Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo Hotels


La Casa Que Canta

Camp Ripley Cobra

At a Glance


  • secluded and quiet
  • excellent food
  • great spa services


  • no direct access to beach (it's one block away)
  • no elevator and lots of stairs
  • particularly expensive

Fodorite Reviews

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La Casa Que Canta Review

The House That Sings clings to a cliff above Playa la Ropa. All guest quarters have lovely furnishings and folk art and generous patios with bay views; suites have outdoor living areas. Bathrooms are luxurious, as are such touches as flower petals arranged in intricate mosaics on your bed each day. The infinity pool seems to be airborne; tucked into the cliff below, a saltwater pool overlooks the surf. The restaurant serves guests breakfast and lunch; dinners here are more formal and are open to the public.

    Hotel Details

  • Reservations essential
  • 21 suites, 2 villas
  • Credit cards accepted.

Fodorite Reviews

Average Rating:  

    Uncertain accomodations

    The hotel considers any room with a double vanity and a plunge pool a master suite. I stayed in Suite 17 in Sol. This room was so small that it would fit on the terrace of some of the master suites. Suites in Mar and Luna actually fit the descriptions found on the website. However, the inventory of master suites has obviously been expanded to include rooms of an inferior quality. You take your chances with management including more suites as "master" during peak times.

    by jpbossert, 3/29/09

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