If you are looking for the real deal to experience how Haciendas might have looked liked back in the day, this is the place to visit. You can tell management is working hard on the remodeling without losing the original flavor. They are also combining the old machinery and workshops with modern detailing and architecture so the final result looks great.
There is plenty of things to do, you van go biking around the property, you can spend the day in the pool or just relaxing and reading. They also have a ceramics workshop run by Isabel Ruz who works amazing handcraft which you will not find anywhere else.
If this was not enough to convince you I need to tell you about the dining experience there, the chef Erick Reyes, a "graduate" from Ku'u'k (best restaurant in town and one of the best in Mexico) runs this place with humility, allowing the experience to surprise you. His mastery in local ingredients and produce from the local garden and getting poultry and fish from local farmers and fisherman allows him to create amazing dished with a unique hacienda flavor. You need to go for the four times dinner and ask for Negrillo fish or Squash Ice Cream. The cooking is even more remarkable if you think the chef is not using the high tech other places use (like thermomixers, vacuum pumps, etc). Hats off to Erick's work!More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included