Pure serenity one day, sightseeing the next from this exotic Tulum beach retreat
Named after the first creature to jump ashore from an African ship wrecked just off the coast many years ago, La Zebra is all about ‘jungle chic’. Here, plush day beds rest on creamy sand under thatched parasols. Lunch means zesty ceviche and drinks made from fresh sugar cane. And your bedroom is a tastefully tropical suite.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the La Zebra Restaurant, with the Caribbean Sea stretching out in front of you. Or you could grab an over-sized cushion for casual dining on the beach. Creative cuisine uses local produce and ingredients from the hotel garden. At the Chef’s Table, an exclusive epicurean experience for just eight people, you can watch as the chef crafts a tempting tasting menu for you.Read more[SPLIT]Read less
La Zebra is a hotel-supplied bike ride away from the Mayan Tulum Ruins overlooking the ocean. A slightly longer drive brings you inland to Coba, a Yucatán pyramid within knotty jungle, or the Muyil ruins. Further afield, explore Chichén Itzá, or visit Ek' Balam which is still being excavated. This part of the world is also known for cenotes – atmospheric swimming holes. With scuba diving, kiteboarding, fishing and cooking classes too, there’s plenty to fill a getaway here.
Enjoy your stay!