Unlike other Mexican travel destinations, when we mention Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo we are referring to two cities that are very different both physically and in their lifestyles. This means that when you visit Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo you visit two destinations in one.
To speak of the binomial Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo beach means talking about the warmth and clarity of the waters that invite adventurous travelers to be awed by the world beneath the sea, which contains the most biologically diverse corral reef on the Pacific Coast of the Americas.
One of the most beautiful, enchanting hotels in the world is hidden on a green hill in the middle of Malaysia’s modern capital. To get there, you have to climb a narrow road that winds through lush vegetation.
Brisas Ixtapa Paraíso Tropical, located on a mountain and surrounded by exuberant foliage, is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Mexican Pacific. This magnificent hotel welcomes guests with a perfect blend of the traditional and the modern, high multicolored walls, large, private spaces and 100% Mexican furnishing designed by the world renowned architect Ricardo Legorreta.
This hotel reflects contemporary mexican architecture, combining the essence of the majestic outdoors with the colonial architecture of the interiors. The three-bedroom Presidential Suite has a living room, terrace, minibar, air conditioning and an interior pool.
The song of tropical birds and the sound of the wildlife on Zihuatanejo Bay is one of the highlights of this exclusive boutique hotel. Amuleto’s five suites are located at the very top of Cerro del Vigía.
This is a hotel that whispers serenity and good service. Guests staying in the Private Residence penthouse enjoy the services of a butler, waiter, and chambermaid. They can also have all their meals served in a large room decorated in true Mexican style.
In this boutique hotel, it is the service and location that assure guests of a pleasant stay. Set high on a cliff, the comforts of the Presidential Suite permeate the two bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, and a spectacular open terrace with a pool and a panoramic view of beautiful Zihuatanejo Bay.
Country of two continents, occidental and exotic. Turkey lives by European time but to the rhythm of the Middle East.
Turkish baths have always been an important part of Turkish culture. People spend enjoyable moments sweating or having a massage under the steam-filled domes. First, they undress and put on a pestemal (a piece of cloth that is wrapped around the waist) and nadin (wooden sandals) so as not to slip on the wet marble floor.