In the Gulf of Mexico was built a very special and dreamlike hotel called Punta Caliza.
Consisting of 12 bedrooms, it is inspired by the Mayan architecture of the Yucatán Peninsula, both in construction and design.
For example for the floors and walls was used the ‘piedracaliza‘ made with an ancient white Mayan stucco, the roof is strictly of “palapa” straw.
The hotel, designed by the architecture studio of Macías Peredo (EMP), is obviously revisited in a modern and more geometric key than the historical Mayan structures.
Car-free and only accessible by sea, the hotel is located precisely in a fishing village off the Yucatán Peninsula, within the Yum Balam Nature Reserve.
A corner of paradise famous for giving tourists the rare opportunity to swim with whale sharks.
Hotel Punta Caliza consists of three bays that together create an incredible aquatic landscape, transforming the resort into a small Mexican Venice.
The interior is distinguished by the choice of red cedar as the main material, which makes the suites very warm and welcoming.
Each room has a private swimming pool that connects to the main canal so that every guest can enjoy an unparalleled stay.
The hotel is family-run and is designed for total relaxation, away from the noise of the city, to immerse yourself in total and deep peace.