Every moment of your day at The Penthouse can be spent taking in the sweeping view of Zihuatanejo Bay with the Pacific Ocean just beyond, the surrounding Sierra Madre mountains and downtown Zihuatanejo. In the quiet misty mornings, the calm water is a crystal clear cyan blue that is almost undistinguishable from the dazzling blue sky.
As the sun comes up, track the fun below on Playa la Ropa, the beach below, with families staking out their spot in the sand or at one of many popular beachfront restaurants. Watch the sailboats bob in the water while small panga boats dash back and forth across the bay. Parasailers will glide in front of the expansive living room and common area and you’ll be tempted to pop down to the beach to join in the fun… or you might just choose to settle down with a cold cocktail in the private pool and enjoy your perch on high.
The golden hour of sunset is truly magical, dusting the entire penthouse with a rosy glow, adding romance and whimsy to those last few moments of the day. At night, you’ll still hear the roar of the waves as you look out to see the lights twinkle from the boats on the bay and beyond in Zihuatanejo Centro.
The Penthouse at Casa Que Ve Al Mar is not just a stunning panoramic view, though! It is a luxurious 4000-square foot, 3-bedroom condominium that is the perfect rental for your private getaway. The condo sleeps 6 with 2 bedrooms that have king-size beds and en suite bathrooms plus a den with twin daybeds and an additional full bath. The spacious layout, fully stocked gourmet kitchen and open-plan common areas makes The Penthouse ideal for friends or family to share and enjoy this unique space comfortably.
Casa Que Ve Al Mar is one of the premier condominium developments in Zihuatanejo. Located above Playa la Ropa, it was designed by acclaimed Mexican architect, Enrique Zozaya. The common areas at the front of the complex include 2 large infinity pools overlooking the bay, a bar and lounge area as well as lush gardens heavy with bougainvillia and other Mexican flowers. The onsite administrative and 24-hour security staff are excellent, ensuring a quiet and safe stay while also providing concierge services to make your vacation unique and memorable.
features & services at La Casa Que Ve Al Mar
- 2 infinity pools overlooking Zihuatanejo Bay
- bar and entertainment area overlooking pool
- 24 hour security
- beautifully landscaped grounds
- off street parking
- easy access to Playa la Ropa (a 200 meter walk)
- bilingual onsite administrative staff
- guest services office
- 2 bedrooms with king bed, en suite full bathrooms & views of the bay
- 1 den/family room that can also sleep 2 on twin day beds with additional full bathroom
- ample storage in with closets and bureaus in each bedroom
- beach & bath towels and bed linens included
- A/C units in bedrooms
- ceiling fans in all rooms
- stereo system
- satellite television in den and master bedroom
- broadband wireless internet
- telephone with local service
- DVD player & CD player
- gourmet cooks' kitchen with:
- side-by-side refrigerator & ice maker
- industrial stove and oven
- UV-filtered water
- garbage disposal
- espresso machine, drip coffeemaker and french press
- manual citrus juicer and deluxe electric juicer
- hand mixer and food processor
- use of spices and cooking oils
- extensive collection of glassware, dishes, serving platters and utensils
- pots, pans and other cookware
- washer and dryer in utility room
- open plan common area with 20-foot vault ceilings
- spacious living room with wrap around couch, hammock & panoramic views
- small reading library
- 2 chaise lounge chairs that overlook the private infinity dip pool
- dining table that seats 6
- property manager, concierge services and maid service 3x a week
- wheelchair accessible via ramp & elevator
- keyed elevator access that opens inside penthouse
Notes: Due to the open-air living room, this condominium is not suitable for children under 14 years of age.
No pets allowed.
|Green Season |
May 1 - Sept 30
|Shoulder Season |
Oct 1 - Dec 19
|Christmas Holiday |
Dec 20 - Jan 3
extra nights : $400 USD/night
Jan 4 - April 30
Prices include all taxes.
$500 refundable damage deposit required.
Until booking is confirmed and a deposit has been made, rates are subject to change without notice.
Credit cards accepted via Paypal payment. Inquire for additional payment options.
For larger parties, we can assist you in renting additional vacation properties located within the Casa Que Ve Al Mar complex.
Zihuatanejo is nestled between the Sierra Madre Mountains and the Pacific Ocean on a beautiful stretch of Mexican coastline called "La Costa Grande" — “The Great Coast” — which runs from Acapulco up to the Michoacan state border. The surrounding mountains and the gorgeous protected Zihuatanejo Bay foster a sense of idyllic seclusion as this picturesque fishing village welcomes tourists from all over the world. As Zihuatanejo has grown, an interesting symbiosis between modern convenience and cultural traditions has emerged. We have grocery stores, coffee shops, fine gourmet dining and broadband internet access but we also still have a central open-air market, wandering roosters in town, door-to-door vendors of freshly baked goods and Sunday gatherings in the town square for "family night" events, political speeches, markets, street food and cultural performances.
Just 7 kilometers (4.35 miles) away, Ixtapa is a counter-balance to Zihuatanejo’s quaint fishing village roots with luxury hotels, golf courses and late night clubs. Between the two twin cities, vacationers get the best of both worlds in terms of luxury, culture, beaches, shopping, cuisine, recreational activities and more.
Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is the Latin American home for the annual Food & Wine Festival sponsored by Food & Wine Magazine as well as several major sporting events including a international competition level triathlon, several global surfing competions & exhibitions, golfing benefits and an annual sailfish tournament. We are also home to the Zihuatanejo International Guitar Festival which brings together guitarists from all over the world the first week of March.
We have four beaches in Zihuatanejo. Directly in front of Casa Que Ve Al Mar is Playa la Ropa, a popular "swimmers' beach" for both locals and tourists. Playa la Ropa is dotted with beachfront restaurants and hotels, all where you can grab a table and lounge chair for the day to sip drinks, eat snacks and enjoy the view. If you can pull yourself out of your lounge chair, you can also rent jet skis, take rides on the banana boat or go parasailing.
Beyond Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, there are several small beachside communities including Troncones & Saladita to the north and Barra de Potosi to the south. Troncones is a recommended day trip for guests with several beach restaurants, hotels and a yoga retreat center lining the beach. 15 minutes further, Saladita is a popular surf spot. Barra de Potosi is home to a wildlife refuge, a lagoon and many hammocks perfect for lounging and rocking away the day.
The Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo area is serviced by an international airport (ZIH) that receives flights from the US, Canada and Mexico City daily. Casa Que Ve Al Mar is a 15 minute cab ride from the airport. Once here, you can take a leisurely 15-20 minute stroll into downtown Zihuatanejo, ride the buses that pass by or take a taxi for 35 pesos (about $3 USD). All guests will receive a guidebook with more of our recommendations for the making the most out of staying in our little piece of paradise. But our biggest tip of all? Just relax, sit in the hammock and enjoy!
Photo credits: Folkloric Dancers en La Cancha, Zihuatanejo by Julia Sumner. Fresh local flavors, world fusion at Coconuts Restaurant Zihuatanejo by Isahrai Azaria. PADI dive certification and exploration of our beautiful waters by Adventure Divers.
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