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Playa Carrizalillo, Puerto Escondido, Mexico, a quiet cove accessible via a 150-step stairway, has waters gentle enough for the rest of us; take a dip, snorkel, then down oysters from one of the handful of beach shacks. In recent years, Puerto (as the locals call it) has been upping its hip factor: case in point, the just-opened Hotel Escondido, a 16-room, oceanfront oasis. by Manueeltje
Puerto Escondido is a tiny coastal town in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Known as one of the top surfing & fishing destinations, Puerto Escondido exudes a laid-back atmosphere & beachside vibe. It's recommend staying at a property called Hotel Escondido. This private paradise serves as an oasis for thrill seekers & beach bums alike. It's comprised of a cluster of bungalows, designed by architecture Federico Rivera Rio. Minimal, yet comfortable bungalows, with indoor/outdoor rooms.
Hotel Escondido, Mexico The laid-back property comprises 16 thatched-roof bungalows designed by architect Federico Rivera Río. Each hut is equipped with its own outdoor oasis, featuring a plunge pool and canvas hammocks ideal for lazy afternoon naps. From $385/night; hotelescondido.com. Ten New Exotic Retreats Around the World Photos | Architectural Digest
Puerto Escondido, Mexico | Live (or at least feel) like a local at Hotel Escondido, a small, intimate oasis on an untamed beach. Enjoy airy, warm, mod-minimalist rooms, private plunge pools, thatched roofs, ample surf, a beachfront infinity pool, and enough relaxation to last for days. At night, it’s all about the traditional, grilled Oaxacan cuisine.