Following the successful opening of Hotel Xcaret Arte in July, Grupo Xcaret presents its most recent project, La Casa de la Playa – an exclusive luxury boutique hotel offering guests the comforts of home with the contemporary luxuries of a hotel – opening December 13. Nestled deep in the Mayan jungle in one of the most iconic beaches in the world, the new hotel promises to offer a luxury experience like no other in México.
With an investment of $85 million, La Casa de la Playa will be home to 63 unique ocean-view suites with personalities of their own. Each accommodation offers guests more than 100 square meters to live and lounge, dip in the private pool, absorb the ocean views, and enjoy refined barefoot luxury service throughout the property. With amenities around every corner of the hotel, like an award-winning spa, chef-driven dining offerings, an ocean-view library, and chocolate shop, guests can celebrate the beauty of true Mexican luxury hospitality.
La Casa de la Playa, designed with sustainability in mind, was birthed by the eco-integrated vision of Architect David Quintana, using nature as an essential developmental element to conserve and protect it. The hotel was conceived to be a living sculpture and is designed based on sophisticated stylings to personify Mexico’s pinnacle. The hotel comes alive through its modern design elements, its elegant decor and its dramatic common spaces surrounded by lush greenery.
“We are thankful for the overwhelming acceptance of our new hotel project which joins our Hotel Xcaret Mexico and Hotel Xcaret Arte family and will continue endorsing our commitment to excellence and sustainable tourism recreation,” said Architect David Quintana, Vice President of Strategy and Development. “La Casa de la Playa is a tribute to the best of Mexico, the common thread that will continue to be the great love for our country.”
Xcaret Hotels continues to position itself as the new culinary epicenter of Mexico adding some of the most distinguished chefs in Mexico and the world to its Culinary Collective. The renowned celebrity chef Martha Ortiz will open Tuch de Luna, a display of art, science, and feminine cuisine that is poem-like and sure to leave diners breathless; Estero will be led by celebrity chef Virgilio Martínez, who during the past few years has headlined the list of the 50 Best Chefs in Latin American, acclaimed for his cooking style which he defines as “market cuisine” or “author cuisine”. Chef duo, the Rodrigo brother Daniel and Patricio Rivera-Río, proud representatives of the state of Nuevo León, will celebrate gastronomy through contemporary flavors from the northern and southern regions of Mexico in two restaurants, Lumbreand Centli.
Xcaret’s All-Fun Inclusive® experience reaches a new level offering curated and exclusive moments to revitalize the body, mind, and spirit, from a night swim in an underground river full of mysticism to an intimate dinner on a Xenote with a special menu designed for each guest by one of the hotel’s celebrity chef.
Muluk Spa will be a space where Mayan mysticism and contemporary Mexico merge in natural harmony to create ancestral treatments personalized with care, to generate healing and peace during a sensory experience. It offers 13 spa treatment cabins, 2 salt rooms, 2 mudrooms, hydrotherapy rituals with ocean views including: sauna, steam and cold rooms, relaxation areas, a beauty salon, an Alchemist’s Studio where guests can create their scents, and a full bridal suite. Some of the suites will have their own spa cabin for guests to enjoy a relaxing experience, without leaving the room.
To guarantee a unique experience and evoke the charm and authenticity of Mexico, the uniforms of the staff of La Casa de la Playa will be created by Mexican designer Carla Fernández, whose fashion house offers designs inspired by the geometric shapes and richness of Mexican textiles. Her brand has gained international recognition for its dedication to preserving and conserving the textile traditions of Mexico’s indigenous communities by transforming them into beautiful pieces of clothing and household items. Carla brings a new meaning to fashion through sustainability and respect for local artisans, aligning with the values and objectives of Grupo Xcaret and being an authentic promoter of Mexican art.
La Casa de la Playa will be full of special nooks including a chocolate shop with sweet delights created by famous chocolatier Mao Montiel. A library with stories that can be read in front of a relaxing ocean view; the Room of Wonders, a Concept Store with Mexican art and textiles chosen by Carla Fernández; and the traditional Cafeteca, a sanctuary for those who value the aroma of a warm cup of coffee.
For more information, visit https://www.lacasadelaplaya.com/en/.