Hotel Villa Polinesia Bungalows
With A/C, TV and hot shower for 2 to 7 people
Suite No. 4 with two double beds
Suite No.2 with two double beds
Suite No.5, one king size bed and two bunkers. Plus One 7 ft. sofa and one 5 ft. sofa in dining area.
Suite No.3 with one king bed
-Cleaning Service every other day, towels and linens
-Air conditioning and Fan
-Pots and Pans
-WIFI and city map
-Plates and silverware
-Kitchenette equipped with Refrigerator, Microwave, hot plate, toaster and coffee maker
Pool (9x24') and Jacuzzi
-Downtown, Supermarket and beaches is a 10 minute walk
PER NIGHT ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
$38 to 55US per night depending on the season
Jun, Sep, Oct $450US
Ask for availability:
Juan de la Garza Tel 011 52 (755)115-2043 and (755)554-6453
10% - charge on any cancellation
90% of the deposit is refunded if cancelled seven days prior to arrival date to vacation rentals
There are numerous beaches. Some are still untouched by civilization, other have palapas (straw huts), hotel or similar developments. Each has an interesting story regarding its name.
Las Gatas beach, got its name when Tarascan Emperor Caltzontzin knowing of this paradise where the population was eminently female, decide to make it his vacation spot. He built a jetty to protect his guests from sharks known as gatas. Some say the jetty is a natural coral formation. You have to take a boat to get there from pier a 10 minute walk from Villa Polinesia.
La Madera beach (the wood). Is an easy seven minute walk from Villa Polinesia, was so named because in colonial times, shipments of precious woods set sail from here. Excellent restaurants are in La Madera area like Casa Vieja and Margaritas.
La Ropa (the clothes) owes its name to a vessel laden with fine silks and textiles from Bombay, muslins, damask, Chinese stockings, ribbons, belts, and embroidered silk shawls, which was shipwrecked off the coast, causing most of the merchandise to wash-up onto its shore. It's a 20 minute walk from Villa Polinesia across the hill.
At Villa Polinesia in Zihuatanejo Guerrero, México Vacation Rentals, we are aware of the importance of civilization's impact on nature and looks to integrate the owned properties to it. Ask for long term, daily, monthly vacation rentals, with kitchenette, air conditioned, 7 minute walk to beach. Zihuatanejo Vacation Rentals
Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo integrate the natural colouring of this region. It is extremely attractive and the tropical vegetation is exuberating. There is a large variety of trees; palms, in all of their variations, mango trees, tamarind, rubber, tabachin, banana, almond, palo de Brazil, parota, primavero (spring), and many more which contrast with the enormous cactus.
Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is an experience worth living. The array of marine life is enormous, from tiny seahorses to enormous whales. One can easily observe dolphins, stingrays and turtles, in addition to infinity of small colorful fish. There are Iguanas and crocodiles, as well as thousands of different insects ranging in size, shape and color. There are magnificent birds: macaws, parrots, parquets, seagulls, pelicans, herons, swallows and flamingos, not to mention exotic animals such as panthers, deer or "tecuanes" (a kind of tiger), who have sought refuge from civilization in the nearby hills.
Temazcal Steem Bath
Temazcal is an ancient Mexican tradition founded on the four elements to cure body and soul. Temazcalli or Temazcal means little steam house, impregnated with mint scented herbal teas. After the bath you can shower with fresh water or you can be received with a blanket for a reborn ritual nap. The Temazcal is more than just a steam bath, is a ritual that really detoxifies body, mind, emotions and feelings! An unforgettable experience!
Beach Meditation Wed. 6PM
TAICHI at La Madera Beach, Tue, Thu, 7PM
Ki Gong is a type of yoga that includes stretching, outer and inner energy movements, meditation, sensitization for energy all synchronized with abdominal breathing. classes are available Tue, Thu and Sat at 8AM
El Refugio de Potosi. Unprotected Animal's Shelter
Pre-Hispanic Rituals, Archeological Site, and Museum
Fish Market by the beach is a 10 minute walk
Juan de la Garza Tel 011 52 (755) 115-2043 and (755) 554-6453
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