An oasis of relaxation
The Lo Sereno Casa de Playa is located in Troncones, a surfers paradise and fishing village off Acapulco on the Pacific coast.
After purchasing a land on the beachfront, Lo Sereno creator Rafael Sainz Skewes envisioned a contemporary retreat that combines “clean lines and barefoot luxury”. He enlisted the help of Mexican architect Jorge Gonzalez Parcero, to create a modernist design, which contrasts sharply with the traditional palapas and thatched-roof buildings of the region. The contemporary architecture of the two-story hotel harmonizes in perfectly with the lush, pristine vegetation. The construction of the hotel combines Mexican craftsmanship with many local materials, such as tropical wood from Parota.
Lo Sereno consists of 10 spacious rooms. The bedrooms have cross ventilation with wooden sliding doors. Interiors feature a monochromatic color palette of grays, blacks, and beiges, with slicked-back concrete walls and floors, handcrafted pieces made from woven palm leaves, handmade textiles, and furniture with a typical Mexican design. The bedrooms all have terraces facing the ocean. The glass, concrete, and wood bathrooms, fitted out as patios, have rainfall showers and outdoor space.
La Tetrazza, the hotel’s outdoor restaurant, sits on a terrace covered with a handmade pergola. The space is furnished with mint blue Acapulco chairs that contrast with the teakwood tables. The restaurant offers healthy Mexican cuisine, made with fresh and local ingredients. The hotel has a black tiled infinity pool.
Lo Sereno Casa de Playa offers the very best in barefoot luxury, to reconnect with nature, enjoy the atmosphere, and focus on the essentials.
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Between sea and mountains
Double room from 254 € per night during low season.