Coqui Coqui Perfumeria

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Coqui Coqui Perfumeria

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

Coqui Coqui

I had been wanting to stay at Coqui Coqui for a while but when I finally got around to going to Tulum they had already closed their doors. That was their original location that they closed due to political issues. But since then they have opened many other locations in the Yucatan, and I decided to add a day onto my last trip to Mexico (Holbox) to check out their Residence & Perfumeria in Valladolid.

Valladolid is a small colonial town about 2 hours west of Cancun. It’s super quaint and non-touristy. I was only there for one night but I loved wandering the streets and around the square – there are a lot of adorable boutiques with beautiful textiles and local delicious chocolates from around the area.

Coqui Coqui there is very unassuming, nestled amongst other buildings on a quiet street with pastel buildings, you’d hardly know it was there. But then you walk into this gorgeously designed residence (it used to be someone’s home). Tall ceilings, colorful tiled floors, white walls with dark wood accents and beautiful white stone. Bohemian cool at its best. And the scents! The smells that fill your nose upon waking in are divine. Scents that are inspired from the landscapes around the Yucatan peninsula and created into the Coqui Coqui signature scents. These fragrances contain coconut and the smell of the beach from Tulum, lime, peppermints and smoking tropical woods from Coba, the native flor de mayo (frangipani flower) & flores de azahar (orange blossom) from the gardens around Valladolid. All of these fragrances are made right here in the small lab located on the property. You feel like you are in a beautiful perfume museum.

I soon discovered that there is only 1 guest room in this location, and it was mine. Yep, I had this entire perfume palace to myself come nightfall. The room was luxurious – large canopy bed, crystal chandeliers and antique looking bathtub perfect for a bubble bath. I was also given a gift box containing several scents, shampoo/conditioner and even Coqui Coqui toothpaste. I was truly having the full experience. I also couldn’t stay without getting a treatment at the spa, down a little jungle path behind the main building. This was truly a divine experience – getting my massage with Coqui Coqui scented oils in the jungle as it was raining. Followed by my massage was a warm bath with scented oils and a delicious tea with local honey. Talk about the ultimate way to unwind and enjoy the peace and quiet of this charming place.

I’m so glad I finally had the chance to stay here, and I plan to visit their other locations in the future. I think each location will bring a new and exciting experience. I actually just saw that they are opening a new location in Bora Bora – perhaps a trip is in order…

 

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  1. Ken & Sylvia said
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    Unique little place!

    If you get to Bora Bora, see if Bloody Mary’s fresh seafood restaurant still exists. Sylvia and I had Christmas dinner there one year.

    Love your pictures, but why no Rebecca?

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