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Casa Luna boasts four suites, an indoor/outdoor dining room,
kitchen, pool and terrace. Incorporating the same Colonial look in
the other villas Casa Bursus, Casa La Joya, Casa San Angel and Las
Campanas the private Casa Luna offers a white palette of textiles
and minimalist flair.
“When the adjacent home became available, it was the perfect
opportunity to create an even more spacious hideaway,” said owner
Adorned with turn-of-the-century furnishings from Mexico and
Europe including paintings, accents and furniture accommodations
offer clients secret patios and private nooks. Some suites offer
terraces with ocean and city views.
Located above the city’s narrow cobblestone streets, the resort
surrounds visitors with gardens and a central terra-cotta-paved
courtyard with a fountain. Other creature comforts include
high-speed Internet connections, complimentary phone calls to the
U.S., a DVD/CD player in each suite, all-natural bath amenities and
complimentary continental breakfasts.
Rates start at $250 per night. Casa Luna’s suite rates range
from $325-$475 per night. Travel agent commission is 10