Casa Ixchel is a white pearl, nestled in between the intense hues of the Caribbean Sea and the old-growth jungle of Tulum, a regal estate that impresses even the most lavish of travelers. Surrounded by tropical jungle and endless views of the turquoise waters, the house offers privacy and seclusion from the busy beaches of the Tulum hotel zone, although close enough to enjoy Tulum's wide range of archeological sites and eco-tourism attractions.
The villa, designed by architect Alberto Schutte, with its clean-cut, minimalistic decoration and the open nature of the living areas, induces a sense of calm, power and contemplation. The Villa is a complete auto-sufficient building, powered by sun, wind and an ultra-silent backup generator. The zero-carbon property offers all the modern comforts such as AC, SKY TV, wi-fi internet, as well as all essential beach gear for snorkeling, kayaking and beach toys for kids. It is a 6 bedroom property boasting spacious indoor area, state-of-the-art- kitchen and TV room and gym.
Outdoor, guests can enjoy the beautiful swimming pool, Jacuzzi outdoor lounges and perfectly manicured garden with exotic plants as well as a thatch-roofed dining and lounge area right on the white sand shores of Tulum, Mexico.
In the Mayan language, Sian Ka'an means 'where the sky is born', or 'gift from the sky'. The Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is a 1.3 million acre nature reserve just south of Tulum in the Riviera Maya. This protected reserve is inhabited by countless plant species, birds and animals. Add 23 known archaeological sites to the list of attractions and you are bound to have an adventure.