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   Agua Azul la Villa   


Agua Azul la Villa


Lote 18, Manzana 6
Residencial Conejos
Huatulco, Oaxaca
Mexico  CP70989
Architectural Type:  Pacific Coast
Established In:  2001
Phone:  (011-52-958)58-10265 Contact:  Richard GAZER
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Single Occupant Rate Is: USD $109 - $129 per night
Double Occupant Rate Is: USD $109 - $129 per night
Additional Occupant Rate Is: N/A
Accepted Payments: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, Travellers Cheques
Deposit Amount Requested: Hold credit card number as guarantee
Minimum Stay Is: 3 nights
Check In Time Is: 3 PM or flexible
Check Out Time Is: 12 Noon
Cancellation Policy: If we are able to re-rent the room we charge a $50 cancellation fee. If we are unable to re-rent the room we reserve the right to charge the full amount of the stay.

Agua Azul la Villa is a bed and breakfast in Huatulco, Mexico that has a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean.

A bed and breakfast with stunningly beautiful ocean views and spacious private terrazas off of every guest room.

Your Canadian hosts provide an intimate lodging alternative for adults who appreciate an inn of high standards but prefer accommodation away from the large resorts and five star hotels.

Located on the southern Pacific coast, Huatulco is Mexico's premier eco-resort. This is where the Sierra Madre del Sur meet the Pacific Ocean to form the ruggedly beautiful Oaxaca coast. Thirty six pristine beaches are nestled along the jagged 18 mile coastline that comprises the Bays of Huatulco, several of which are perfect for swimming, snorkeling or scuba diving.

The Villa and Facitilities:

Location:

The Villa is located on placid Conejos Bay in a quiet, prestigious residential area of Huatulco. It is an easy 20 minute drive from the Huatulco International Airport. We are three minutes by car to the hotels and restaurants in Tangolunda Bay; five minutes to the golf course with its pool and tennis courts; and ten minutes to either the Marina in Santa Cruz or the colorful Mexican community of La Crucecita, each of which has parks, markets, shops, and restaurants. Best of all, it is only a three minute walk to Tejoncito, a sandy, tranquil, private beach. Agua Azul la Villa overlooks this beach.

The Villa:

Designed as a Bed & Breakfast in the Pacific Coast style, Agua Azul la Villa integrates architecture and landscape and relies heavily on natural materials. The decor is eclectic and uses Mayan textiles and objects d'art from Mexico and Guatemala. Agua Azul la Villa is so named because from here you are able to see "Blue Water" to the horizon.

The library is a comfortable den-like setting where you can exchange a book.

The pool area is divided into four sections including a palapa, gardens and open terraces where you can soak up the sun. There are two pools, the lower of which is 30 feet long; the upper pool is equipped with seating and is a great place to cool off while enjoying an icy beverage.

You can socialize with other guests in any of the common areas or relax in the privacy of your own spacious, ocean-view terrace. Agua Azul la Villa offers a clean, tranquil, smoke-free environment and is operated to high Canadian standards. We are sorry, guests do not have access to the kitchen.

Breakfast:

Our continental breakfast includes: fresh squeezed juice, ripe tropical fruits, granola with milk or yoghurt, a variety of fresh baked goods, and of course... our famous locally grown Oaxaca coffee.

Breakfast is served in the main salon under a domed palapa (palm thatched) roof 30 feet in diameter. This room is at your disposal for playing cards or board games or chatting with fellow guests. If you are lucky you may spot a pod of dolphins from here.

Rooms:

All of the six guestrooms offer:

  • A/C & fans
  • Large terraza
  • Private baths
  • Spectacular ocean views
  • One queen size beds with top quality mattresses (The Orca has two beds)

Pelicano and Orca Room:

The Pelicano offers the most expansive view and the largest terraza. It has a domed ceiling and both a shower and tub. The Orca, half a level below the main level, is the largest room and has two beds.

Delfin and Marlin Room:

Both rooms have a very generous terraza. The Delfin is one level below the main level. The Marlin requires more stairs but affords the most privacy

Tortuga and Caracol Room:

Both rooms are close to the pool. The Tortuga is a smaller room; the Caracol has a smaller terraza.

About Hualtulco:

The Bays of Huatulco (wa-TOOL-co) are actually made up of a series of small bays and coves, including 35 beaches. We believe that it is the most beautiful spot on the Pacific coast mainly because of the many unspoiled beaches that stretch along the 18 miles of jagged coastline that comprise the nine Bays of Huatulco. Each bay has its own unique character. Some have several beaches which form little pockets nestled into the towering cliffs, others are wide open to the surf, and still others have coral reefs with crystalline water and numerous species of tropical fish. Here it is possible to see giant sea turtles and pods of dolphins. The foothills of the Sierra Madre del Sur Mountains form a framework for each of the bays and are covered with an abundant tropical foliage. It is truly an unspoiled tropical paradise where 70% of the area has been designated as an ecological zone.

In addition to the spectacular natural beauty, Huatulco has an exceptional level of infrastructure. FONATUR (a governmental agency for the development of tourism) has made a major investment in developing important elements of infrastructure such as paved roads, electricity, water and sewage treatment. The commitment to maintaining the environment here is so high that this is one of the few areas on the Pacific coast where sewage (treated or otherwise) is not pumped out to sea. Discover for yourself why Huatulco, this premier Eco-resort, is considered "the best kept secret in Mexico!"

Getting Around:

Almost everything is within a 10 minute drive.

Taxis are readily available and inexpensive. Some taxis can accommodate up to 8 people.

Car rental such as Budget, Alamo and AST are available. There is also bicycle and moped rentals available.

Some water taxis are also available and can take you to secluded beaches.

Activities and Tours:

  • Golf
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Jet Ski
  • Bay Tours
  • Swimming
  • Snorkeling
  • Rappelling
  • Scuba Diving
  • Ocean Kayak
  • Bird Watching
  • Rock Climbing
  • Turtle Sanctuary
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Coffee Plantation
  • Horseback Riding
  • White Water Rafting

Getting Here:

Charters:

There are direct charter flights from Chicago, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Air Only is available if you request it... your travel agent will not necessarily offer this information. More cities of origin are expected to open up in the near future.

Regular Air Service:

There are several flights daily from Mexico City non-stop to Huatulco (45 minutes). These may be coordinated with numerous international flights from USA, Canada and Europe. From Mexico City to Huatulco, Mexicana Airlines is the most frequent carrier. It is also possible to fly via Oaxaca City on Aerocaribe (30 minutes).

Frequently Asked Questions:

What should I bring?

In winter Huatulco's temperatures range from a daytime high of 28 - 32 degrees °C (84 - 89 degrees °F) to evening lows of 20 - 22 degrees °C (69 - 72 degrees °F). Spring and summer temperatures can be hotter and more humid. Warm weather casual clothing is acceptable everywhere. Shorts, short sleeve shirts, sundresses and sandals are commonly worn. An extra swim suit is always useful, as is sunscreen. Insect repellent is recommended for horseback riding, jungle and plantation tours. We suggest bringing sun hats and sunglasses although straw hats and various caps from our local markets make nice souvenirs. A light sweater and long pants are essential only if you are going to the City of Oaxaca.

What about medical emergencies?

Huatulco is fortunate to have a civilian and a Naval Hospital both of which are available to visitors. Moreover, we also have several private clinics offering diverse medical specialties; several of these doctors and dentists are fluent in English and a few also speak French. Scuba divers will be interested to learn that the Naval Hospital has recently installed a state of the art decompression chamber.

Is it safe?

You bet it is. It is likely much safer in Huatulco than your own home town. We feel safe walking almost anywhere day and night (common sense prevailing).

Can I drink the water?

Agua Azul la Villa provides purified bottled water. All food and beverage providers in Huatulco use purified water and ice in drinks. Due to the importance that the government has placed on tourism growth in this area, the public health authorities diligently inspect the water and ice purification plants.

How do I find tours and activities?

Your hosts will be pleased to make recommendations and reservations for you on the activities of your choice and can recommend the most professional restaurants, shows, and tours.

Your Hosts:

We are expat Canadians who operated a bed and breakfast in Calgary, Canada for three years, while preparing to change our lives and relocate to Mexico. After spending six months traveling the Pacific coast of Mexico looking for the perfect spot for our new bed and breakfast, it took only three days in Huatulco to know that we had found exactly what we were looking for. We invite you to come and discover for yourself what is considered to be “the best kept secret in Mexico”.

As we live onsite year round, Agua Azul la Villa is our home and we consider you to be our personal guests. It is our hope that your visit to Huatulco be a memorable one and to that end the house has been designed with your comfort and privacy in mind. We also believe that part of the bed and breakfast experience is the interaction with your hosts and with other guests. Please feel free to enjoy the pool and gardens, the library and the main salon in addition to the privacy of your own oceanview terrace. It would be our pleasure to recommend restaurants and beaches or to arrange tours and activities. If there is anything you need that will make your stay more enjoyable please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.

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Web Page:  Yes

 

Languages Spoken:  English, Spanish

 

Types of Breakfasts:  Full Continental

Special Meals Available:  No

 

Room Types:  Rooms

 

Private Bathrooms:  Yes

Handicap Accessible:  No

Smoking:  No

Consumption of Alcohol:  Yes

Children:  No - 18 years and older only please

Pets:  No

 

Amenities/Features:  Pool, Garden

 

Nearby Activities:  Bicycling, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Golfing, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Surfing, Sea Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Shelling, Sailing, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Shopping

 

Suitable For:  Pleasure, Relaxation, Spiritual, Anniversaries, Honeymoons, Romance

 

Near To:  Beach, Ocean, Rivers, Ranches, Mountains, Forests, Waterfalls

 

Sunrises:  Yes
Open:  All Year

 

Additional Comments:  Tour and activity reservations. Canadian hosts.

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