These 30sq m beachfront suites are decorated in a muted palette, with hand-woven Chiapas textiles and locally-made mid-century modern furniture. Each has a king-size canopy bed, wraparound windows with tropical views (front row suites have uninterrupted access to the sea), and a kitchenette with a fridge, hob and handmade clay-and-ceramic crockery from Oaxaca; a selection of spices, coffee and a large drinking-water dispenser are refilled daily. The open-plan ensuite shower rooms are newly renovated with stone tiles, polished concrete and jungle hardwoods. Each suite also has a Bose iPod dock, minibar and a dining area. This room can fit an additional guest at a cost of $75 per night.
These cosy (19sq m) suites each have a queen-size Balinese canopy bed and a loveseat carved from reclaimed wood. Draped, wraparound windows look out over the Caribbean Sea, and suites have direct access to a shared garden. The ensuite shower room is lined with original Mexican tiles from the 1970s and is completely open-plan. Rooms also have a Bose iPod dock, beach bag and towels, and large drinking-water station, refilled each day.
This spacious (110q m) suite is large and luxurious with uninterrupted views of the Caribbean from inside the suite and from the large hammock-bedecked terrace. There’s space for entertaining in the glossy, mid-century modern sunken living area, which has a dining table that seats six and a separate full-size kitchen with an oven, sink, kettle, coffee machine and grill, and spices for cooking. The suite has two king-size canopy beds, which can be separated by drapes, and an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in rainfall shower and a double vanity. There’s also a large drinking-water station (refilled daily), beach towels and an iPod dock. This room can fit up to an additional guest for $75 a night.
Located in a modern villa, 20 metres from the sea, this 37sq m suite is decorated a muted palette with Mayan stone, cedar wood and Mexican-made indigo cushions and throws. Large windows let in plenty of natural light, and the king-size bed has views of the Caribbean. In the ensuite bathroom there’s a glass-walled, walk-in shower and stone floors, and the private balcony furnished with two sunloungers. There’s also a Bose iPod dock, beach towels and a large purified-water station (refilled daily).
Both of these 30sq m suites have unobstructed views of the Caribbean’s crystal-clear waters from draped canopy beds, and a private balcony with hammocks. Decor is clean and crisp, with hand-woven Chiapas fabrics and furnishings made from reclaimed jungle hardwood. An eat-in kitchenette includes a fridge, sink, hob and tea- and coffee-making facilities. The ensuite shower room in suite 4 has a newly-renovated open-plan shower crafted from stone tiles, polished concrete and jungle hardwood, while number 5 is adorned in colourful hand-painted Mexican tiles from the 1970s. Each suite also has dining set, a Bose iPod dock, beach towels, free spices and coffee, and a large-purified water station (refilled daily).
In this 800sq ft beachfront suite, you'll find a king-size bed (or twins, on request), floor-to-ceiling windows with jungle and sea views, and plenty of Scandi-style (but locally made) furniture; there's a walk-in dressing room and private balcony, too. The handy kitchenette – stocked with purified drinking water, free organic coffee and spices for cooking – has granite counters, a full-size fridge, a gas stove and handmade Oaxacan clay and ceramic dishware. The spacious open-plan ensuite bathroom is all polished concrete and and stone tiles – in it, you'll find a walk-in shower with double shower heads.