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Argentine architect Sebastian Sas has designed the Be Tulum Resort in Mexico, specifically in the bright Mayan Caribbean. The complex has a contemporary design of rest in perfect harmony with the natural environment that invites relaxation more enjoyable.
Be Tulum offers 20 spacious rooms and suites spread over five buildings that share a minimalist style mix of local limestone, warm Brazilian wood and beautiful Bisazza tiles. The downstairs rooms have a private pool and terrace, while the upper floors have separate bath and a balcony with sea views.