Tulum continues its amazing growth by inviting a string of new investments and openings in 2016.

Casa Malca Tulum


An idyllic beach town, located on the relaxing, sugary sand beaches of the Caribbean sea, where lazy palm trees and warm crystalline waters promise complete harmony with nature, and salty see breeze guarantees refreshing comfort, Tulum is now a favorite destination not only for vacationers in search of sun and sand, but also for investors.

Tulum offers the best of both worlds: beach, yoga and relaxation on one hand, but also vibrant food scene and eco-conscious way of life. There is no wonder that Tulum’s real estate has become one of the most attractive investment opportunities.


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In the past few years, in fact, Tulum has become one of the fastest growing destinations in the world. The land prices are on the constant rise, and new construction is a common part of the landscape. 


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Here are some of the most notable new openings:

Casa Malca, an art-centered boutique property opened its doors on the beach. Lio Malca, the influential New York gallerist is behind the new opening. The hotel is decorated by a collection of breathtaking artwork worthy of a museum, including paintings by Kenny Scharf, giant fiberglass ants by Rafael Gomez Barros, and video art of clowns by Marion Peck. The hotel offers two gourmet restaurants, two pools, a rooftop bar and in-room Spa services. Room rates start at $700 per night.


Casa Malca


Mi Amor is another new jewel on the beach in Tulum. Since it’s common it Tulum to find your own edge and uniqueness, Mi Amor does the trick by combining Mexican design with Scandinavian wood furniture. Rooms are located in a tropical garden, offering playfulness and privacy. The bar runs along an infinity pool, and restaurant offers private areas for romantic diners. Room rates run from $312 per night.


Mi Amor


Sanará Tulum, opened over a year ago, is a part of Oxygen Beach Investments, involved in successful eco-boutique hotels across the Western Caribbean. A new luxury eco-boutique hotel, Sanará offers its own yoga studio, a wellness center and famous The Real Coconut Restaurant. Rates start at $280 per room per night.




Besides new hotels, Tulum is busy with new developments, such as condos and private vacation homes, many of which will eventually be used for vacation rentals, since Tulum is currently experiencing a huge lack of rental holiday rooms, especially during the high season.

Take a look at our current projects in Tulum, and if you are interested in discussing real estate investment ideas, please contact us directly.



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