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Trip Report La Casa Que Canta trip report

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My husband and I just returned from 5 wonderful nights staying at La Casa Que Canta in Zihuatanejo.
The resort is a gorgeous property built into the hillside overlooking the Zihuatanejo Bay.
Every room has a private terrace overlooking the bay and the fabulous sunsets.

The room had a large bathroom, with plenty of storage space and hanging space for clothes.There was a minfridge that was filled daily with your favorite, water, soda or beer at no extra charge. We also had a beautiful private plunge pool. We never had to leave the room if we chose not to. But the property is too gorgeous not to enjoy all of it.
Every night, a beautiful floral arrangement was laid out on the bed, each night was different.
The food at this resort is wonderful.. Breakfast had all of the expected dishes, but also Mexican dishes that we were not familiar with. Everything we tried was delicious.
The lunches were the best,. We had lunch served at our lounge chairs next to the pool.
Seviche, or nachos, or tuna sandwiches, they were all wonderful. And I had the best Mojitos I ever had.
Dinners were served outside on the terrace overlooking the bay and the sunsets.
It couldn't have been more romantic. We tried something different every night, and it was all perfect.
The service was also wonderfull. Every employee greeted us with a smile, and was too happy to help with any request.
This is a small, fabulous, beautiful, most romantic spot for a couple's honeymoon or getaway to simply relax and excape from the world.
Do not let all of the bad publicity about Mexico keep you away. Zihuatenejo is safe, and it's people are eager for you to come and share it.

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