cute cute cute!
We were pretty lucky to be staying on a strip with some of the most adorable hotels and hostels we saw in Tulum. One of the things I loved most about the hotels, restaurants and bars was their use of outdoor space — pretty much everything is outside, covered with a roof and some walls, but outside, no less. Coming from a place like Toronto where that type of outdoor space would never come to fruition because of the impending winter, it truly felt special to eat and drink at every spot we went to. If I could, I would do everything outside, which made Tulum pretty perfect for me.
Teetotum Hotel was one of our favourites because it was so close to our hotel, the people were so friendly, the dogs were v cute, and the thing that originally brought us in, the colors and design, are stunning. We can’t speak to the stay there, since we only had coffee, smoothies and breakfast (delicious, though), but if it’s anything like the service we received from our short interaction with the lovely lady working the front space, then it’s probably great. It’s a bit more pricey – especially during the busy season – than the hotel we were at, but it would be well worth staying there a couple nights, I’m sure.
*photos by Kristen, edited by me.