This lush villa in Tulum, Mexico, is offering its guests sanctuary from the busy world. The property practically disappears into the jungle it’s built alongside, hiding visitors away from society. Casa Bautista can welcome up to 10 guests in its studio and four bedrooms. Staying here won’t come cheap, but it does come with its own kitchen staff who will cook and prepare all of your food. They will even go out and buy it too. There are also spa facilities, with yoga and massage treatments on offer.
Casa Bautista was designed with the local environment at its heart. The villa could only measure 26 feet high to ensure it stays low among its jungle surroundings. The remote villa’s only neighbors are the monkeys, birds, tapirs, and crocodiles that roam the area. Sustainability is key here, and the villa is completely powered by solar and wind energy. The building’s raised foundations are another aspect of having as low an impact on the environment as possible.
It Doesn’t Come Cheap
This luxury villa will prove to be a great escape from the world, but it is pretty expensive. Anyone looking to stay here will have to pay between $1,950 and $6,000 per night. Although it’s costly, the villa will transport you to another world during your stay as you immerse yourself in the Mexican jungle.
Trying to get away from the world can be tough, but this exclusive Mexican villa does the job. The only thing troubling your peace here will be the local wildlife that swings by to say hello.