Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Pueblo por la Playa: Huatulco Villa

We stayed in one of the Huatulco Villas at Pueblo por la Playa. We arrived on a rainy night and thought the color of our villa was white.

In the morning, I realized it was apple green. The villa is a duplex, another family occupied the next door.

Every villa is in vibrant colors. These two egg villas are actually offices.

Next to our villa is a purple one which was occupied  by my friend's family. We were actually families of like four with lots of kids.. We occupied four villas.

It was our first to stay in a Mexican themed room. We were in awe of the vibrant colors that surrounded us inside and out of the villa.

The living room and bedroom is separated by a single wall. It's a back to back wall. It doesn't have  a door.

The bedroom equates the living room in size and colors.

The villa's best ever feature is the back door of the room which leads to a private veranda that leads to a walkway down below to..

.. the beach !!! Is that love or what!!!

Going back to the sala, the door to the bathroom could be found.

It has see-through window which we used to watch the safety of our kids while we were at the sala and they were playing in the tub.

Look how eco-friendly the ceiling in the bathroom is.

More pretty details of the bathroom.

Before bed time, the younger guests were happy to receive a complimentary pastry snacks.

Right in front of our entrance door was a beautiful Christmas tree made of potted flowers. So nice.

Merry Christmas everyone!!!!


  1. it's in Pagbilao, Quezon province. about 4 hours drive from Manila.