Mondrian Tulum Hotel & Residences will open in 2025 and be the second Mondrian in Mexico, following the opening of Mondrian Mexico City Condesa at the end of 2022. It is also Ennismore’s second property in Tulum. The company recently signed JO&JOE Tulum.
Mondrian Tulum Hotel & Residences will be a 64-guestroom hotel with four F&B outlets, including a destination restaurant, lounge bar, specialty rooftop bar, pool bar and grill). It will also be home to a spa, fitness centre, outdoor pool, and several other amenities.
The residential project will comprise 151 units, including different configurations from three-bedroom townhouses to a four-bedroom Casa VIP. Mondrian Tulum residents will have access to the hotel’s wellness facilities, including the yoga area and pool.
Tulum is part of the Mayan Riviera in Quintana Roo, Mexico. Located 118 kilometers southwest of Cancun’s international airport, it is renowned as a bohemian fishing town with independent luxury boutique hotels on the beach and a thriving restaurant scene.
Mondrian Tulum will be situated right off Coba Avenue, which connects to Downtown Tulum. Tulum Beach is less than two kilometers from the hotel.
“Following the successful opening of Mondrian Mexico City, we’re excited to open our second home in Mexico,” said Chadi Farhat, Brand COO of Mondrian at Ennismore. “Tulum is a vibrant and bohemian-chic town which fits perfectly with Mondrian’s ethos of creating a cultural fairytale with unique design and stand-out programming whilst building a community amongst our fans.”
Lifestyle is one of the fastest-growing segments of the hospitality industry, and to meet demand Ennismore’s collective of 14 brands have more than 140 properties in the development pipeline, and more than 190 restaurants and bars. In 2023, Ennismore is set to open around 30 hotels, including Maison Delano Paris, France; Mama Shelter, Rennes, Frances; SO/ Uptown Dubai, UAE; 21C Museum Hotel, St. Louis, USA; TRIBE Bangkok, Thailand; Mondrian Singapore, Singapore; The Hoxton, Charlottenburg, Germany; and Mondrian and Hyde Ibiza, Spain.