Casa Azul at Hotelito

  • The Azul Room at Hotelito
  • The Azul Terrace Area
  • The Azul Bathroom
  • Private Shaded Terrace

Inspired by the original panels of 60’s Marimekko fabric on the walls  there is also a limited edition print by renowned artist Steve Miller in the room. Two exquisite Lucite 1960's chairs, bought at auction at Phillips de Pury in London, compliment the decor. Dimension of room is 156 sq.feet plus bathroom and terraces.

Room Features

- Sleeps 2 (extra bed can be added for a 3rd)
- 156 sq ft plus terrace and private garden
- Bathrobes
- iPod speaker
- Pool towels
- Hairdryer

- Books
- Fresh drinking water
- Mosquito net
- A/C
- Overhead fan

Early morning coffee and tea served on the bar each morning from 7am.

Rates

June, July and August (2 night min stay)

$550 per week or $90 per night

October through May

$125 per night

Christmas Season (Dec 20th - Jan 6th)

$180 a night

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Prices quoted for October through May include a delicious breakfast. All prices are subject to a 19% government tax.

"The Inn’s lush landscaping provided me with a quiet, private space: The staff were attentive but unobtrusive."

- San Francisco Chronicle

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The Private Terrace at Casa Azul

Other Rooms

> Azul Rosa

The favored color of many of Legoretto’s buildings, the Casa Rosa has it’s own private and secluded garden as well as a shaded terrace. California king bed with romantic tented, large, colored mosquito net.

 

> Azul Verde

The private terrace looks out over the oasis towards the town. The room is well named Verde indeed. There is a queen bed and an extra long twin with an en suite shower room. A private and secluded terrace is included with seating area with sofa and table and chairs, loungers and hammock.

> Azul Violeta

One of my favorite colors! Has it’s own private and secluded garden as well as a shaded terrace. California King bed with romantic tented large round Mosquito net. The glass engraved bedside table is by a London master craftsman and was commissioned as an original piece for an Art Show.