Coqui Coqui Spa
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- Coqui Coqui SpaFirst to ReviewMay 17, 2013
They say that the sense of smell is the most powerful trigger for memory—the hint of a forgotten cologne; the whiff of an uncommon spice; a breath of air that mixes with an exotic flower: and suddenly you are awash in a moment from years ago, thrilling every sense with nostalgia, an instant day dream. So powerful and so elusive; the sense of smell is atmospheric, seductive and undeniable.
The Coqui Coqui begins with smell. From there, the charming boutique hotels/perfumeries, scattered across Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, enfold you in a symphony of all the senses, sharing their world with you, and revealing a Mexico far more profound than most tourists could even hope to know.
No place embraces this ideal more than Coqui Coqui Tulum. The original Coqui Coqui location, its story is almost too good to be true—two globe-trotting Italian models (and renaissance creative minds) meet by chance on the beaches of Tulum, where a small slice of land becomes first their rustic home, then a beach house with an exceptionally lovely guest room, and finally, the simple yet stunning seven-room boutique hotel that it is today. Nicolas and Francesca have truly put their hearts and souls into the evolution of their hotels. You can see their influence and impeccable taste in every aspect of the residences, from the found-object antiques that yield a feeling of eternity, to the perfectly laid back, yet accommodating staff, to the signature organic toiletries whose intoxicating fragrances must be the final element in the magic spell that the Coqui Coqui casts upon you at arrival.