When you walk into a Coqui Coqui boutique, the first thing you smell is perfume. Each store carries a selection of signature scents that are unique to that location. But what makes Coqui Coqui so special isn’t just the scents themselves, it’s also the story behind them.
Coqui Coqui was founded by hoteliers and parfumiers Francesca Bonato and Nicolas Malleville. The two met while working at a luxury hotel in Mexico and bonded over their shared love of fragrance.
They soon decided to open their own boutique, and Coqui Coqui was born. What makes Coqui Coqui so special is its combination of Polinesian and Yucatan flavors with European perfumery techniques.
This unique blend results in scents that are unlike anything else on the market. And because each scent is inspired by local ingredients, each store has its own distinct aroma.
Coqui Coqui, originally thought as a chain of hotels, is so much more than that today. It has become one of a handful of boutique lodgings. On the ground floor of these breathtaking hotels, you’ll find a chic perfume boutique whose musky botanical scents, where you can try, buy and enjoy every one of the perfumes.
Among some of the unique things you’l find at Coqui Coqui are its signature scents and oils like Orange Blossom and Agave; a Salón de Degustación, featuring local chocolates, honeys, flowers and Coqui Coqui pottery.
Explore something new by visiting a Coqui Coqui boutique the next time you’re in Mérida, Cobá, Valladolid or Izamal.