La Casa Que Canta



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Regularly ranked among the finest hotels in the world, La Casa Que Canta – The House that Sings – is the epitome of luxury, exclusivity and customer service. Perched on the cliffs between Playas Madera and La Ropa, the thatched-roof hotel contains exquisitely decorated rooms, a restaurant, a spa, a fitness center and two swimming pools. But perhaps the most valuable amenity is silence; there are no televisions, and children under 16 are banned.

Our independent authors have visited La Casa Que Canta and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Zihuatanejo.

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This intimate oceanfront hotel offers breathtaking views of Zihuatanejo Bay from its spacious terraces and infinity pool. It has a fitness centre, and its impressive rooms come with a balcony and free internet.

La Casa Que Canta has a oceanfront saltwater pool, surrounded by natural rock formations. There are loungers on the terrace which overlook the bay, and massage services are available.

The rooms at La Casa Que Canta feature traditional Mexican décor, with handmade furniture and tiled floors. Each one has a private bathroom and all have beautiful sea views.

The hotel’s award-winning restaurant serves traditional Mexican food and specialises in seafood. There is also a bar with a terrace where you can enjoy a drink with panoramic ocean views.

La Casa Que Canta sits just above La Ropa Beach, a 5-minute drive from the peaceful fishing village of Zihuatanejo. Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo Airport is a 20-minute drive away.

Important information

Upon check-in photo identification and credit card are required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.

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