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Playa Viva
Sustainable Resort & Residence Community
 
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1 (800) 397-6093 US
+1 (650) 585 6770 US
+52 1 (742) 112 3000 MEX
 
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info@playaviva.com
 
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Location:
Carretera Zihuatanejo-Acapulco
Playa Icacos
40834 Juluchuca, GRO
Mexico

US Business Office:
20 Melrose Court
San Mateo, CA 94402
USA
 
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"We have been staying at Casa Viva since it first opened and stay there every year, we can't wait for Playa Viva to open."
Ben and Berta
Visited Feb. 2008
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Playa Viva Named in top 7 deluxe tree-house hotels
go out on a limb for your next vacation...

April 30, 2013 - CNN Travel / Travel+Leisure - Playa Viva featured in list of top "7 deluxe tree-house hotels."

Want to go out on a limb for your next vacation -- literally? Once the sole province of young boys and Ewoks, tree houses offer adventurous travelers (read: unafraid of heights) a unique travel experience in an age of roadside motel chains and globe-stretching hotel corporations.

Building a hotel in the treetops is hardly a new idea: Brazil's Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel has been inviting guests to explore the jungle canopy from its rooms since the mid-1980s. But the concept has blossomed; today you'll find them everywhere from Massachusetts to China.

Better yet, this new breed is more than just planks of wood nailed to an old oak. Head to South Africa's Tsala Treetop Lodge, in Plettenberg Bay, and you'll find infinity pools and fireplaces.

Modern tree houses present a rare opportunity to drive past the McResort and break free of travel's predictable stops and well-traveled routes. Up in the leaves, you'll find something unique and exceptional -- surely the reward of any good journey.

Playa Viva, Juluchuca, Mexico
Why it's unique: The eco-friendly Playa Viva north of Acapulco on Mexico's Pacific Coast features three tree-house casitas completely built with sustainable materials. Each has a bedroom and full porch for dining and lounging, and the master development plan calls for a beach club, lounge and a 40-room boutique hotel, plus solar-generated electricity and hot water.

Access: Series of stairs, ramps, and bridges.

What to do: Tour the resort's 200 acres, 80 percent of which is a private nature preserve.

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