In Juluchuca, Mexico, The Playa Viva renewable hotel possess launched a treehouse suite enclosed by lush palms. Using sustainable vacationing to another levels, the bilevel, beachfront treehouse sprawls over 700 square feet and was made by Deture Culsign.
Energy and hot water supplied by solar powered energy
It is designed to visually intrigue and highlight sustainable strategies to deliver a natural immersive guest experience. Finished in only half a year from preliminary design conference to earliest guest checkin, is made of bamboo with energy and hot water supplied by solar powered energy.
The locally acquired wood blends into the environment, with an unbarred atmosphere sitting place and private restroom situated on the ground floor. The roof associated with the toilet are deliberately rounded away, setting up to the sky and promoting an shower sensation that is outdoor. Top of the room, or perch, contains a king bed as well as 2 individual hammock—perfect for gazing out of the open tube on the exclusive beach.
The package include sleeping of three people who have costs ranging from $445 to $620, depending on the period, food, and pilates classes integrated.
The resort alone sits on 200 miles and includes an estuary, an Aztec archeological web site, turtle retreat, and a coastal forest and mangrove environment which supporting a myriad of animals.