Veracruz has a sugar soul and now also the sugar hotel: a tribute to Celia Cruz and the sugar industry. Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, on the emerald coast with rustic tropical and ranch architecture, they offer the perfect sense of relaxation and informality.
Taller de Arquitectura
Elías Adam, José Robredo
With a palapa made by Veracruz artisans, an excellent view of the sea and a breeze that refreshes the soul, the restaurant is the reflection of typical Veracruz food, all prepared in sight.
Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
The terrace is comfortable and private, all have an outdoor shower and most have a hammock.
Xochicalli (House of Flowers), a holistic space with professional therapists. A space for relaxation and healing.
POOL: In this space full of energy you can hold baptisms, weddings or any social event. Maximum capacity of 150 people in banquet and 220 people in cocktail format.
GARDEN: As a background the sea, in this beautiful garden you can hold weddings or any social event. Maximum capacity 300 people in banquet.
LIVING ROOM: Maximum capacity 40 people in banquet.
Just 10 minutes from the Nautla lighthouse, a small marine tower with the magical proportions of a child's drawing, is San Rafael, a town founded at the turn of the century by French immigrants established in a prosperous cattle-breeding colony, whose descendants continue to make cheese and other dairy products with the artisan formulas of their elders.
Martínez de la Torre whose origins go back to the beginning of the 19th century, when the pastures of the area then called Paso de Novillos were used for cattle fattening, it is today a city located on the banks of the Nautla River and constitutes an important agricultural, livestock center and commercial. Near Martínez de la Torre are the Filobobos Rapids, a tourist attraction where you can go rafting down the Filobobos river.