Hotel Azucar

The founders of several ultra hip Mexican hotels have now created Hotel Azucar, named for the sugar cane grown in the Gulf state of Veracruz. The resort focuses on a stylish fusion with nature, minimalism and primitivism. It is a place of breathtaking natural beauty with 20 low-lying whitewashed palapas, (bungalows) each topped with a thatched roof and having a private terrace overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Shaped by curved walls, the white-on-white interiors are simple but elegant. There is an on-site spa and all the amenities you would desire including flat screen TVs and air conditioning. All this for 140.00 to 200.00 a night. Not bad at all.

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