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Intimate, private hideaway surrounded by the ocean
25 all-suite boutique hotel with mexican accents
Views of the bay and the Sierra Madre Mountains
2 elegant swimming pools and a unique sea water pool
Deep sea fishing, golf and cooking classes with Antonio
The rainy summer season lasts from June to October, when it can be very hot and humid. The best month to visit is November, when the surrounding countryside is verdant after the summer rains. January and February is whale-watching season. Come between November and March to see nesting and hatching turtles, from December to March if you want to watch dolphins and whales, or in April to spot giant manta rays.
Enjoy a margarita watching the sunset over the ocean
Enjoy a margarita watching the sunset over the ocean
A unique Mexican architectural concept, La Casa Que Canta is 25 all-suite boutique hotel perched on a cliff overlooking La Ropa Beach on Mexico's attractive Pacific Coast in Zihuatanejo and within easy reach of excellent restaurants.
The striking moulded-adobe architecture of La Casa Que Canta typifies the rustic-chic Mexican Pacific style, and is an ideal and peaceful romantic retreat. Individually decorated rooms named after Mexican songs have handsome natural-tile floors, unusual painted Michoacan furniture, antiques, and stretched-leather equipale-style chairs and tables with hand-loomed fabrics throughout.
Each exquisite room has a large furnished terrace with bay views. Most of the spacious units are suites, and 11 of them have private pools. The suites include a sitting area, bedroom and private terrace with hammocks. All have wonderful views of the bay and the Sierra Madre Mountains act as a beautiful backdrop. Rooms meander up and down the hillside, and while no staircase is terribly long, there is only one lift.
A well-being centre offers massage, spa services, and yoga. The resort has two elegant swimming pools, a fresh water infinity pool and a free-form salt water pool, as well as a cascading waterfall. The Casa is a short but steep walk from town, while there is also access to Playa La Ropa, making the resort a great location to explore the local town and to relax on the beach.
This elegant hotel offers luxurious stylishly decorated suites that are comfortable, spacious and all equipped with modern amenities to ensure a pleasant stay. The suites include a sitting area, bedroom and private terrace with hammocks. All have wonderful views of the bay and the Sierra Madre Mountains act as a beautiful backdrop.
La Casa Que Canta has an outdoor swimming pool and a saltwater pool with beach club. Their Clarins Spa offers health and beauty treatments as well as yoga instruction, and there is a small fitness centre too.
There are plenty of local activities ranging from a round of golf in Ixtapa to horse riding, fishing, water sports, visiting Zihuatanejo village itself and deep-sea fishing.
La Casa Que Canta (The House That Sings) is crawling with lovebirds. There's good reason: The 25 cliffside suites have views of Zihuatanejo Bay and balconies that are perfect for sunset-watching, private plunge pools, and patios with white hammocks and cushioned loungers that invite snuggling. Each suite also has a pink marble bathroom, a complimentary minibar, and lots of folky-chic Mexican art. Pathways lead down the rocky cliff-side to an infinity pool, saltwater pool, spa, and gym—as well as to Playa la Ropa. Here sit two separate, superposh beachside villas, El Murmullo and El Ensueño, which come with private butlers, concierges, and chambermaids (Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, and Karl Lagerfeld have been among the occupants). In order to keep the general honeymoon-ness of the place intact, no children under 16 are allowed.
Made famous by Jacques Cousteau, the wildlife rich seas and volcanic landscapes of the Marietas Islands provide an exhilarating playground for explorers; enjoy fantastic snorkelling, kayak through rocky caverns and look out for whales, dolphins and rays.
As the sun begins to set over Mexico's Pacific Coast, board your cruise and sail around to the isolated cove at Las Caletas for a cultural experience with traditional dance, drinks and delicious food.
Experience up close encounters with colourful marine life both above and below the water as you snorkel, kayak and sail by private catamaran around the wildlife rich eco systems of the Pacific Ocean in Mexico's Banderas Bay.
For a truly special dining experience, board your privately chartered yacht and sail to the off-the-beaten-path Ocean Grill Vallarta, a highly acclaimed restaurant with an enviable location overlooking the Bay of Banderas, the perfect romantic setting.
Unwind with a private yoga experience as the dramatic waves crash onto the shore ahead of you, the perfect way to relax after days of exploring the waters of Mexico's Pacific coastline.
Satiate your palate on this immersive foodie tour of Puerto Vallarta, sampling some of the Pacific Coast's traditional dishes and learning tricks to help you recreate them at home before experiencing the best of the town's tacos on a street food tour.
Explore the colonial seaside resort of Puerto Vallarta with a private guide and admire the cobblestone streets and traditional adobe houses of this popular holiday spot with its miles of sandy coastline and laidback atmosphere.
This exhilarating adventure takes you into the heart of the Sierra Madre mountains, surrounded by lush jungle for a day of adrenaline-fuelled activities - speed along ziplines, trek mountain passes, rappel down waterfalls and zoom along by speed boat.
Get off the beaten path on this expedition to the Sierra Madre mountains which form a spectacular backdrop to Mexico's Pacific coastal towns. Swathed in rugged jungle and home to a diverse ecosystem and local villages they provide fantastic exploration.
Mexico's Pacific Coast is an incredible surf destination, and there are many places along the coast where we can arrange surf lessons or board hire. Among the best is the stretch of coast near Zihuatanejo, where all levels can be catered to.
Capture the magical moment you encounter wild whales and dolphins through the lens of your camera as you cruise the waters off Mexico's Pacific Coast in the Bay of Banderas. Observe as these impressive creatures breach and play about in the waves.
La Casa Que Canta is perched above Playa La Ropa beach in the Pacific coastal town of Zihuatanejo, North of Acapulco, in the Mexican state of Guerrero.
11-hour 30-minute flight to Mexico City international Airport, followed by a 1-hour flight to Zihuatanejo. La Casa Que Canta is a 15-minute drive from the Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo airport.
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