La Casa de la Playa hotel in Riviera Maya is expected to open in December


Grupo Xcaret’s latest project, La Casa de la Playa, will open in Riviera Maya, Mexico on December 13.

The $ 85 million luxury boutique hotel designed by architect and vice president of strategy and development David Quintana with sustainability in mind will be nestled deep in the Mayan jungle on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Coveted in the world, offering 63 unique ocean view suites, each with over 100 square meters of living space and plenty of amenities like a private pool and spa cabin in some cases.


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Beyond the epic accommodations, La Casa de la Playa will include an ocean-view library and chocolate shop serving treats from famed chocolatier Mao Montiel and a handful of mouth-watering dining options, including celebrity chef’s Tuch de Luna. Celebrity chef Martha Ortiz and Estero and one of the 50 best chefs in Latin America, Virgilio Martinez.

Meanwhile, brothers Rodrigo Daniel and Patricio Rivera-Río will showcase contemporary flavors from the northern and southern regions of Mexico at two restaurants, Lumbre and Centli. La Casa de la Playa will also offer a traditional Cafeteca for guests looking for the perfect cup of coffee.

You can also look forward to the award-winning Muluk Spa offering ancestral treatments inspired by Mayan mysticism. Highlights include 13 spa treatment cabins, two salt rooms, a pair of changing rooms, hydrotherapy offerings, sauna, steam and cold rooms, relaxation areas, beauty salon, full bridal suite and an alchemist studio where customers can create their own scents.

Adding to the charm and authenticity, Mexican designer Carla Fernández will develop staff uniforms, taking inspiration from geometric shapes and the richness of Mexican textiles. The Room of Wonders, a concept store with Mexican art and textiles chosen by Fernández will also be available to guests.

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Render of La Casa de la Playa (photo courtesy of La Casa de la Playa)

One-of-a-kind experiences also await guests as part of Xcaret’s bespoke All-Fun Inclusive experiences, from a thrilling nighttime swim in an underground river to a romantic dinner in a cenote.

“We are grateful for the massive acceptance of our new hotel project that joins our Hotel Xcaret Mexico and Hotel Xcaret Arte family and will continue to endorse our commitment to excellence and sustainable tourism recreation,” said Quintana. “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.”

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