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Las Palmas Beachfront Villas
A dirt road leads south from the once sleepy village of Zihuatanejo (or Zihua, as it’s known to locals) on Mexico’s Pacific coast to a riotous jungle of flowers and coconut palms that shade the aptly named Las Palmas, an intimate and secluded hotel fronting a nine-mile beach. Local architect Enrique Zozaya, who designed many of the region’s top hotels, used a puro mexicano style to showcase the tropical landscape. A peaked, thatch-roofed building houses an open-air lobby that frames blue-on-blue views of the sky and the sea. Exposed wood beams and slatted branch walls stand out against softly illuminated arches and spiral stairways reminiscent of a handsome hacienda. All of the 20 white-on-white guestrooms have yellow accents and unique touches, from the penthouse’s full-size ... more...
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