Tired of the same old resort scene and looking to take your next Mexican mancation to the next level? How about trying a vacation villa rental instead? Villa Milagro writes in with some info about their newest Rental in Troncones Mexico - located on the Mexican Riviera, just north of Ixtapa.
Villa Milagro is the newest and most luxurious vacation rental in Troncones, Mexico, a resort on the Mexican Riviera just north of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo. Sitting solo on a secluded beachfront cove, the Villa consists of three separate thatched-roof, open-sided structures, open to the outdoor elements of Pacific Ocean, Sierra Madre del Sur Mountains, and acres of untouched tropical landscapes along with nature’s many other riches found in this virtual paradise.
Architect Karina Cabana and her husband, Contractor Gustavo Jasso, known for their expertise in organic architecture, designed Villa Milagro with few exterior walls or windows, gracefully marrying the interior with the outdoors so that the buildings, furnishings and natural surroundings work as one harmonious composition. Only sustainable building materials were used in constructing Villa Milagro. Native artisans built the Villa’s furniture and various appointments from teak, bamboo and other renewable tropical woods either farmed for this purpose or collected from naturally downed trees in nearby jungles. The exotic woven palapa roofs were also created by local craftsmen using dried palm leaves and branches for their durability and natural beauty. Under the direction of Los Angeles Interior Designer Brandon Hoskins, soothing earth tones and neutrals were chosen for the furniture and fabrics throughout the Villa. The owners added their personal touch with original art works and handcrafted sculptures collected in their extensive travels throughout the world. The result is a space that is elegant and earthy at once, sophisticated, warm and embracing.
Casa Grande houses the palapa-sheltered Master Suite which is perched loft-like above the communal Great Room, including kitchen, dining room, living room, office and powder room. The Sunrise-Sunset Casa is made up of two side-by-side palapa-covered suites poised poolside. And the Garden Casa features the upper palapa-shaded Zen bedroom and the downstairs Garden bedroom. A second dining area is outdoors along with lounge chairs and cocktail tables encircling the infinity pool and spa which seemingly spill out into the ocean. Down the short stone path, past the outdoor shower and through the hand-carved wooden gate, the beach and ocean are literally steps away.
Favorite activities while staying at Villa Milagro are soaking in the Villa’s spa, walking the sandy white beaches, wading through the sea’s warm tidal pools, playing in the ocean’s gentle waves, napping on a hammock, and reading a book. Boogie boarding, surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, horseback riding, bird watching, hiking, ecotours, yoga classes, and massage are also available, among other recreations that the staff will arrange for the Villa’s guests. In other words, Villa Milagro offers the perfect setting for doing as little or as much as desired for a perfect getaway.
While Villa Milagro is uniquely distanced from other residential and commercial properties along the beach and inland, offering true privacy to its guests, the quaint village of Troncones is only a ten minute walk from the Villa. The luxurious resort of Ixtapa and classic Mexican fishing village of Zihuatanejo are both an easy drive from the Villa.
Securely gated and enclosed with twenty-four hour security provided, Villa Milagro is the perfect location for a romantic hideaway for two or a family vacation, a destination wedding or a group retreat. The Villa ideally sleeps eight, but can accommodate more guests. Rentals are typically booked by the week from Saturday to Saturday, although the Villa will accept reservations for a minimum stay of three nights. Conveniently located, Villa Milagro is a thirty minute drive from Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport.
About Playa Troncones
Troncones Bay is a sanctuary established by the Mexican government to protect sea turtles that lay their eggs along the beach. At certain times of the year, one can witness the birth of the baby turtles and watch hundreds of them crawling through the sand toward their lives in the sea.
Trip Advisor named Troncones, Mexico the #1 emerging hotspot for 2010. To quote, “boasting miles of white sand beaches, Troncones is a peaceful and secluded haven nestled between the jungle foothills of the Sierra Madres del Sur Mountains and the warm tropical waters of the Pacific Ocean."