Named for the sugar cane grown in the Gulf state of Veracruz, Hotel
Azucar focuses on effortless elegance and a fusion with nature . Step in and step back in time to a place of breathtaking natural beauty as you saunter through the 20 low-lying whitewashed palapas (bungalows), each topped with a thatched roof and having a private, intimate terrace overlooking the stunning Gulf of Mexico . Shaped by curved walls, the spare white-on-white interiors are simple to the extreme, but possess a kind of authentic style that both hearkens to the past and fulfils the modern traveler's style demands .
Hotel amenities include the outdoor library, swimming pool, play room, table football, beach hats, chapel, meditation area, spa, miles of beach, and a restaurant specializing in seafood and filled local fish . Public spaces are largely open-air .
Each of the 20 bungalows has a private terrace and a hammock .
- Private dining for groups
- On beach
|# Of Rooms||20|
|# Of Floors||1|
|Rating||3 AAA |