Airbnbs in Tulum, Mexico range hugely in quality and style. From vintage beach homes, chic century-old villas, and modern apartments, we are almost spoilt for choice. This is great because having somewhere you can hang your wet swimsuit and a kitchen for smashing some avocados to pair with your evening sundowner elevates any Tulum vacation. It also sets you away from the packed resorts and beach hotels. Although there are some pretty epic Tulum accommodations to choose from, this white-washed cave-style Airbnb with an indoor swim-up pool sets the bar pretty high.
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The private home is within walking distance of most attractions in town and is an eight-minute drive from the beach. The Airbnb comes with a scooter which you can use free of charge. Tulum has a wide variety of shops so if you’d like to cook at the Airbnb you can nip into the supermarket. If not, the town is famed for its outstanding range of restaurants and bars celebrating both local specialties and international cuisine.
The house itself has an indoor-outdoor living concept. Immaculately decorated in soft white and neutral shades, the Airbnb screams beach chic. White stone and driftwood timber are utilized throughout which again pulls the outdoors into the home. A hammock and a plush day bed offer space for ultimate relaxation but it’s the pool that steals the show. It frames the room and allows guests to take a refreshing dip without leaving the living area.
The house sleeps two with one bed and one bathroom. Averaging $300 per night, the Coconut Cave in Tulum will book up fast. For updates and daydreaming check out the property’s Instagram.