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October 13, 2009

Hotel Spotlight: La Casa Que Canta, Mexico

La Casa Que Canta and Zihuatenejo Bay, Mexico (courtesy, La Casa Que Canta)

Perched on the rocks overlooking Zihuatanejo Bay along Mexico's southwestern Pacific coastline, La Casa Que Canta—literally, the House That Sings—is one of the region's most intimate luxury resorts. Here, a small community of guests is sequestered away in 25 earth-toned, rustic suites that celebrate Mexican folk art through décor distinctive to each. Eleven of the rooms also feature private pools. Pamper yourself in the full-service Clarins spa before a spectacular sunset dinner on the terrace restaurant overlooking the Bay. Need more action with your vacation? Zihuatenejo is one of the country's top sportfishing destinations and is particularly prized for its sailfishing. Twenty minutes away, Ixtapa offers two world-class golf courses: the Robert Trent Jones, Jr.-designed Campo de Golf Ixtapa and the Robert von Hagge-designed Marina Ixtapa Golf Club. The hotel staff also happily recommends snorkeling and scuba tours.

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Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch because I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that.

We have been slowly creating our own hotel review site for our local town to ensure everyone gets the best hotel to suit them.

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Ouch, that sounds terrible. Hope you're doing OK after that tree assaulted you! Get well soon!

I have to admit that one of my favorite destination in Mexico is Zihautenejo. I have been there at least 3 times in the past. I agree that being located on the cliffs or high up gives you the best view of the bay. I have always stayed at Hotel Irma.

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Currently I am on recovery from a tree accident but I will continue to post my daily insights and adventures.

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