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Lose yourself in the unique and luxurious design of La Maison Manati. The blue colors of Tankah bay will be part of your dream view. Combining modernity and a “boho-chic” touch, the double-ceiling living room and astonishing staircase will create a feeling of freedom and spaciousness for your time away from daily life.
The six-bedroom Villa offers an outstanding 70 sq/m Master Suite with a view of the unique lagoon and an ensuite bathroom with a bathtub overlooking the calm waters of the lagoon. A second Master bedroom with view of the lagoon and an ensuite bathroom. Other two guest suites with a partial lagoon view and the other two guest suites with a view of the ancestral jungle. Three suites on the first floor and three suites on the second floor. Toiletries and bedroom world-class amenities are offered in all suites.
The interior design is exquisitely balanced with Mexican vibrant colors on a white wall canvas. Enjoy food for your soul on the modern dining table and let chef Juan surprise and delight your mouth with the unparallel Mexican gastronomy. Have long after-table conversations on the cozy sofas in the spacious living room. The floor-to-ceiling windows will be your favorite spot for your morning coffee and evening glass of wine.
Whether some of you adventure exploring the lagoon on the kayaks and paddle boards or rather stay in the A/C enjoying a movie in the Cinema Room, or get the stress out making exercise in the in-house gym, La Maison Manati has something for everyone. The swimming pool offers 2 levels of depth, a glass window, and a view of the sandy beach. This amazing villa is surrounded by a botanical garden providing privacy from neighbors.
Zaha Hadid and Luis Barragan’s unique designs inspire La Maison Manati, completed by a talented European architect in October 2017.
Living at the entrance of the property, Alberto and Yesica will always be there for you if you need anything. Allow them to show you what Mexican warmth means!