by: Jade Moyano
Verana’s own boat will pick you up in town. A leisurely ride with Jorge.
Verana’s outdoor library, conveniently situated above my stone house.
Little personal porch facing the sea.
Yelapa’s main beach, worth the hike.
Moody weather but no complaints!
Had this pool all to myself.
Room with a view.
My office for the week.
One of the V-shaped houses in which you can live above the jungle.
Highs + Lows
My stone house, perfectly situated on a really private spot with ocean views and an outdoor desk for writing.
Pastry basket and coffee delivered to your doorstep before you wake up every morning.
Infinity pool facing the most epic scenery.
Organic body scrubs and skin products given as gifts.
All around stunning views.
Tasteful design and décor, meticulously detailed with Mexican vintage finds.
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
Unreal levels of relaxing.
Off-the-grid just enough, situated on top of a hill with no neighbors. Beach can be reached by trail, town is a 15 minute walk via jungle path.
Nine - the rooms are more like small houses.
Bossa nova, jazz, moody stuff.
- Year Opened
- Designed By
Heinz Legler and Veronique Lievre, founders of Boutique Homes. The hotel was meant to be a private one house retreat that expanded naturally over the years.
Yes, infinity pool with stunning jungle view. Let the walk there be your gym. Yoga is offered every morning.
Really good, fresh, gourmet-style Mexican food.
Bar with a view, great selection of mezcals.
No mini bar (but you do get your own clay water filter).
It works for the most part.
Wouldn’t bring them unless you plan on carrying them uphill the whole time.
Not cheap but worth it.