Twenty-eight years in the making, Punta Caliza is the result of a family dream. When the hotel’s current administrator, Cuauhtémoc Muñoz, was born, his father planted 13 hectares of red cedar in the state of Tabasco. He hoped to one day sell the wood to pay for his son’s college fees. The day came that Cuauhtémoc was ready to go to school, but the wood had not yet grown enough to be sold.
Years later, Muñoz’s sister, Claudia (also administrator of the hotel), did an internship with the architectural firm Macias Peredo in Guadalajara. The same firm would go on to design the hotel; however, there was a catch. The builders had to use the wood planted by the Muñoz family. Today Punta Caliza, which has been operating for a year now, seeks to be a space that highlights the beauty and overwhelming hospitality of Mexican culture.
The room to book
With only twelve rooms to choose from, we highly recommend room number five with its unmatched view.
The dish to taste
Take advantage of your proximity to the sea, and try the catch of the day zarandeada (a special way of grilling) with risotto.
The best open space
Enjoy the ocean breeze while relaxing in the pool and hammock area.
The drink to enjoy
When in Mexico, mezcal cocktails are truly a must. Choose from the hotel’s 35 different bottles.
The furniture, tableware, and amenities are top of the line. All the details are created by Mexican artists and craftsmen.
Adapted and translated by Evan Upchurch
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