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Located on the southern Pacific Coast in the incredible state of Oaxaca, Mexico, a mere 45 minute drive from Huatulco, Casa Aamori is a unique small luxury hotel for adults. a mix of exotic, rustic chic and contemporary luxury, Casa Aamori will make sure you disconnect from the worries of everyday to reconnect with serenity and sensuality, in an intimate and delightful setting.
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We loved everything about staying here. We relaxed on the beach beds all day, occasionally dipping in the beautiful ocean or the hotel pool. The food, smoothies, and drinks are all delicious. The service is outstanding. Everyone that works here is incredible. We will be...More
A couple of girlfriends and I stayed at this inn while on the Oaxaca Coast. The views are worth the stay, but the amenities are worth mentioning. Attentive, but unobtrusive, staff address all your needs. There is an onsite cafe with good food, and nice...More
Casa Aamori is a beautiful decorated hotel. Each room has its own charm. We have been there twice and love the place, the restaurant serves very good food. The beach is beautiful. Staff is very supportive and kind. They make you feel welcomed.
I stayed at Casa Aamori with my husband for three nights. The staff, room, food and location were fantastic. We were there when a hurricane was throwing lot's of rain and the staff was very nice about making sure the room got clean up after...More
I really adore the cute owners. I was traveling alone and the lady really looked after me. She hooked me up with a English speaking taxi driver and made sure I got to see the arribada. The food is also great at the hotel. They...More
Response from GoToGrowGirl | Reviewed this property |
A native speaker or local resident will be able to explain this better than I will, but I believe that while there may be a very specific definition, the term palapa generally means that a room will have a thatch-type roof... More
A native speaker or local resident will be able to explain this better than I will, but I believe that while there may be a very specific definition, the term palapa generally means that a room will have a thatch-type roof. These structures may or may not be enclosed with full walls. These types of structures take advantage of any breeze, and also allow heat to escape...these are very useful structures where AC is not offered. They are also very beautiful typically and fun to stay in. Keep in mind, the AC experience in Mexico (in the areas with fewer major resorts) may not be what you expect to find in other parts of the world. So, if an ad says NO AC...believe it! We stayed on the coast of Mexico in several AC-free properties...as well as palapas, this worked perfectly fine for me--but I will say, it can be hot! In particular, the rooms at Casa Aamori are very, very pretty---and our room had fans, which sufficed for me. My friend had a room with AC, but she never used it, preferring to hear the ocean and get the breeze at night instead of hearing the AC run. Her AC did work...but it seemed it was designed just to "take the edge off" vs cooling it completely. It may be hot..but it is soooo luxurious to have the windows open to the ocean. If you really need AC for health reasons, or you just cannot get comfortable in a hot room after a long day, you will want to insist on a place with AC. And even then, you may find the AC, even if advertised, is not the same quality as is typical in the US. On the issue of receiving no communication, lodges may be more laid back than in other areas of the world...but you should always get some answer back. I had a friend make calls in Spanish for me, when I felt I did not get a timely response. That seemed to garner better answers. If you believe a language barrier might be the issue, this is something to try. At the end of the day, do try a stay in a palapa...especially at Casa Aamori. It is memorable, and for me worth having a room that is a bit warm. Enjoy your travels.