Design Travel Guide: Tulum

Next week we're taking a long-overdue vacation to Tulum, Mexico. It's been a long couple of years with lots of new opportunity and working most weekends, and while we couldn't be more excited about the direction 1767 is going in, it's time for us to tune out for a few days and take some time to relax. While we're making a list of all of the things we want to do (okay, and things we want to eat) while we're in Tulum, we thought we would share some of our favorite design-centric spaces with you guys. 

Hartwood. While we won't be able to check out Hartwood during our visit (it will be closed the week we're there), it's definitely the most popular restaurant in the area. 

  Image:  The Selby

Image: The Selby

Gitano. The idea of sipping mezcal under the outdoor disco ball at this tropical restaurant seems like the perfect way to spend a vacation.  

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The Nomade Hotel. We're staying in an Airbnb with a group of friends, but we can't wait to check out some of the beach clubs at the hotels. The Nomade Hotel's beach tables and vintage rugs right on the sand are the stuff design-y dreams are made of. 

  Image via  The Bold Brunette  

Image via The Bold Brunette 

  Image via Nomade Hotel

Image via Nomade Hotel

  Image via Nomade Hotel

Image via Nomade Hotel

Coqui Coqui Hotel. This chic hotel's mix of wood and white, open spaces, dramatic ceilings and adobe walls really checks all of our boxes when it comes to what we love about Tulum design. 

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