Casa Adrianna is set in the one of the most exotic spots on the Mexican Pacific, just a few kilometres from Puerto Escondido, in the state of Oaxaca. It comprises an exclusive and distinctive getaway combining contemporary architecture, local traditions and meticulous attention to detail to create a tropical oasis that offers a unique experience. A centuries-old parota tree, typical of the region, marks the entrance to the house from the road. After passing through groves of ají peppers, papayas and coconuts you finally reach the property. The main living and dining areas are situated under open plan palapa structures allowing for indoor outdoor living. There is dining for up to sixteen people and a large spacious living area. Parota wood, coconut fiber, cotton, onyx and natural stone are the distinguishing traits of the five bungalows. All of them boast a panoramic view of the ocean, a private terrace, an indoor and outdoor chill-out area, four bungalows have two double beds and a futon and one has a king size bed. All have an interior patio that gives total privacy to the bathroom.There is also a guest apartment with a queen bed and a futon.
The pool which is bordered by loose river stone looks out over the sand and sea and late in the day benefits from a glorious sunset. The lush vegetation, the wooden pergolas and the various chill-out areas around the pool make a fabulous environment in which to relax and sunbathe. The spa is set in an independent palapa, in the midst of the tropical garden to the rear of the house, open to views of the sierra