Everybody's jumping on the pop-up shop bandwagon. There are pop-up bakeries, boutiques, and even Martha got in on the fad. And now -- drum roll, please -- pop-up hotels have entered the fray. Papaya Playa Project just popped up a couple days ago on an insane stretch of sand in Tulum, Mexico. It's a "real" hotel (one that you're going to be dying to experience, trust me), with 99 beach-chic cabanas, an eatery serving up fresh seafood, a boutique stocked with cute goodies and garb, and, of course, a beach bar. But it'll only be around until May 5 of next year. So grab your bikini, your Havaianas, your straw fedora, and your new hubby and head down south. Take a gander:
December 9, 2011
Gorgeous, bohemian pop-up hotel comes to Tulum, MexicoPosted by Kelly Lack
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