Just returned from a week at Azucar. Architecturally, the place is absolutely charming and interesting. All of the rooms have private thatched porches. The pool is small but beautiful. The food is the best in the area -- very tasty. The staff is terrific too - pleasant, helpful, on top of things. They have a library, which is charming too.
Also, it is just an hour away from El Tajin - a wonderful precolumbian ruin site. Huge pyramids, ball courts, dwellings, etc. Plus the added attraction of the Voladores -- pole dancers and musicians, who sail around a tall pole on ropes.
Only criticisms: no drawers to put clothes in the rooms, and inadequate lighting over one of our beds (but they gave us a lamp).
We will come again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- There are 20 bungalows, each with a private terrace and a hammock. An outdoor library, swimming pool, play room, table football, beach hats, a chapel, a meditation area, spa, miles of beach and a restaurante specialized in seafood and filled local fish. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Azucar Hotel Veracruz
- Hotel Azucar Veracruz, Mexico