Detailed Information about the Montezuma Hills Villa:
The elegant Villa has an open entertainment area, with 10 meter high teak-beamed roof, wrought iron, hand-painted Mexican ceramic tiles, and halogen lit niches. It is decorated with colourful big colonial couches, hammocks and stucco benches. The dining room & bar, located strategically where guests can view the clear pool area, is perfect for candle-lit dinners and events. Embellished by using intricate Mexican tiles, and enclosed by a mosaic patio, the pool is situated in the very center of the Villa.
The villa has 5 bedrooms that are all furnished with air-conditioning units and ceiling fan, fridge, private toilet & bath, walk-in closet, and satellite T.V.
Master Suite: Vintage king-size bed and sofa bed, a veranda overlooking the ocean, large Mexican tiled Jacuzzi and separate shower, double washbasin, toilet with bidet.
Guest rooms One and Two lead to entertainment and living room by a thatched passage and built around a majestic Pochote tree.
Guest Room One: Queen size and 2 single beds
Guest Room Two: Queen size and 1 single beds
Guest Room Three: has a queen size bed, a veranda, and is situated next to the entrance of the living room.
The villa is constructed and intended to put colonial ambiance in a tropical location. The natural varieties of the structures, together with the inventive color styles and details of the interior, establish a sense of harmony inside and out. The spectacular view of the ocean and exotic landscapes make this a special private getaway.
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