Casa Que Canta
one of the "Top 20 International Resort Hideaways"
(Less than 50 rooms) "HIDEAWAY REPORT 1998"
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When it opened in 1992, this
spectacular, cliff-hanging resort made the covers of
numerous magazines. Looking like a surreal hill town of pink
adobe houses with thick thatched roofs linked by an
intricate network of swimming pools, walkways, terra-cotta
terraces and sun decks, La Casa Que Canta would be worth
seeking out even if it were in the middle of nowhere.
To infinity and beyond at La Casa
Que Canta in Zihuatanejo, Mexico; the infinity pool alone is
enough to rekindle a romance or start a new one. Travel
Special - "Los Angeles Magazine"
La Casa Que Canta sings a song of
seduction. This bewitching hotel, built into a cliff above
Mexico's Zihuatanejo Bay, will tempt you with its whimsical
design and romantic ambiance. Any of the 24 unique suites -
each named for a Mexican song - will entice you with
hand-painted furniture and a large private terrace
overlooking the bay and the Pacific beyond. As the waves
crash against the rocks below, you'll imagine they're
whispering secrets of love. Snuggle together in Bésame
Mucho (kiss me a lot), a magical love nest hidden down two
private stairways, or give in to the temptation of a master
private pool suite. "Honeymoon"
- The Romantic Travel Magazine - May/June 1998
experience at La Casa Que Canta begins the moment you enter
the heavy, wooden gates - no, actually, the minute you spy
the raffish palm-frond thatched rooftops swirling above the
adobe wall. Inside, a lyrically sculpted sand garden extends
a welcome. Beyond, a view of riotous gardens and the
turquoise sea propels you to rush through check-in, because
quite simply, you can't wait to be part of the scene.