Playa Viva is an environmentally friendly resort in Mexico that offers a unique outdoor experience. Its location is equally stunning- on the one side it faces the Pacific Ocean and on the other side the Sierra Madre Mountains. With a private beach, nearly 200 acres of land, different types of accommodation and experiences, this resort is a perfect destination for nature lovers.
The hotel is nestled near the small village of Juluchuca, on the west coast of Mexico. This tropical destination has both sunny and rainy seasons, allowing you to see different aspects of its wildlife. Playa Viva recently opened its first treehouse that’s raised 6 feet above the ground. It can accommodate three people and features a bathhouse just down the main “perch.” Here, you can enjoy the ocean view and meals as well as practice yoga.
The treehouse isn’t the only type of accommodation this hotel offers. In fact, there are more than seven different types of rooms to choose from, whether it’s a private house, studio or deluxe suite. Especially interesting are the King and Queen EcoCasitas, private one-bedroom houses.
The rooms aren’t the only thing that makes Playa Viva special. They offer a variety of experiences that will regenerate your body and soul. You can explore the local ecosystem, take yoga and meditation classes, enjoy relaxing massages and spa services. For those who are still looking to get the job done, the complex has wi-fi in the common area.
You may ask what makes Playa Viva sustainable. Well, they use smart water conservation systems, a 100% off-grid solar system, sustainable agriculture, natural designs and local craftsmanship. [via]
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