Tulum, Mexico

Casa Malca brings culture to the beach while offering one of the most breathtaking locations on the Yucatán Peninsula, reinventing the wonder of Tulum.

Splashes of color inspire guests and add zest to the resort's locally sourced, organic cuisine.
Casa Malca's airy rooms offer an eclectic mix of colors, contours, and luxury, while floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of the beach or organic gardens. Public areas feature Mayan motifs, natural wood, and large windows that maximize sunlight.

As part of Casa Malca's bold renovation, the architects created a single space that does justice to two distinct worlds one that showcases great art but also exudes the relaxed, casual feel befitting a property nestled between the ocean and a lush jungle. The newly renovated resort, with three inviting swimming pools, offers the most spacious rooms in Tulum, though it's very intimate. The large beachfront villa towers over the sand and is built in an eco-friendly way that creates a rustic feel.

At Casa Malca, you'll find a carefully chosen selection of modern and contemporary masters. In other words, exactly what you would expect from a hotelier who has been involved in major worldwide retrospectives at the Brooklyn Museum NY, the Beyler Foundation Basel, the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, and other high-profile houses.


  • Swimming pool
  • Air conditioner
  • Wifi / WLAN
  • TV / Satellite system

Calma Spa combines wellness experiences inspired by Mayan traditions with spectacular views of the Caribbean.
A gym, hydrotherapy facilities, aromatherapy, a sauna, a cold plunge pool, and a spa pool with hydromassage elements provide the backdrop, but the magic comes from the local team here. The gemstone ritual with amethyst dust will leave your skin feeling spectacular, while a holistic massage by the sea to the sound of the waves will put you in a meditative state. And if you're traveling as a couple, you'll love the romantic couple rituals with scented candles, champagne, and chocolate truffles.

Tulum, Mexico


Tulum is a city on the Caribbean coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. It is known for the well-preserved remains of a Mayan port village. The largest building is the Castillo, built of stones, which stands on a cliff overlooking the white sand beach and turquoise sea. Near the ruins is Tulum National Park, a coastal area of mangroves and cenotes (collapsed limestone caves filled with fresh water).