It’s difficult to think of Cancun and not imagine a long stretch of beach laid out at the base of towering resorts. If a visitor ever gets their toes wet, it’s a cinch that the No. 1 vacation activity will be claiming to spot on Cancun’s glittering strand. From that position, a world of leisure pursuits waits to be discovered.
If your idea of romantic relaxation is to kick off your shoes and pad around in a sarong all day, then Ser Casasandra is your boho beach paradise: think gauze-draped four posters (where staff leave you a Frederico García Lorca poem on your pillow at turn-down), veranda hammocks and sunset mojitos at the bar.(more)
You can easily recalibrate at CasaSandra, set on Holbox, a Mexican island off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula that’s known for its spectacular nature, endless sun and barefoot sensibility. The island is separated from mainland Mexico by a shallow lagoon that is home to thousands of flamingos, pelicans and other exotic birds. (more)
A sentirla nominare per la prima volta, si ha la sensazione di avere a che fare con un videogioco, in realtà si tratta di un paradiso posto sulla punta più settentrionale della penisola dello Yucatan ed è un’isola di circa quaranta chilometri di lunghezza e meno di 2 di larghezza, il cui nome in lingua Maya vuol dire Occhio (o Buco) Nero.
Ser Casasandra, Holbox, Messico – Il saluto al sole
«Questo è un luogo in cui riconnettersi con se stessi e rinascere». Così Sandra Perez, cubana di nascita e messicana di adozione, racconta la sua «casa». Un luogo che ha costruito prima di tutto per se stessa e che ha successivamente aperto a persone alla ricerca di pace e autenticità.(more)
We all need to travel now and then to feel refreshed and revitalized, truly enjoying our lives, seeing and experiencing new things, and making happy memories we can look back on in the future (more)
Sandra Pérez Lozano (b.1971) is a Cuban creative – a jack-of-all-trades – who lives between her native Havana, and the Mexican island of Holbox in Mexico, where she is the owner and creative director of a hotel named Ser Casasandra that runs an artist-in-residence programme called La Isla Residencia. (more)
It wasn’t too long before she opened up CasaSandra to paying guests. With 18 rooms only, Sandra created a place you may never want to leave. (more)
Liberate yourself from the tyranny of tiny flags and zip down to CasaSandra in sunny Mexico where the water is crystalline blue, the beach is white… (more)
It’s difficult to think of Cancun and not imagine a long stretch of beach laid out at the base of towering resorts. If a visitor ever gets their toes wet, it’s a cinch that the No. 1 vacation activity will be claiming to spot on Cancun’s glittering strand. From that position, a world of leisure pursuits waits to be discovered. (more)
“The CasaSandra Boutique Hotel is simple, one of my favorite places on the planet. I stayed with my fiancee Briana for three days, and I could not imagine how they could have done anything better. Saying that as a turn of phrase, I literally can not imagine how anything could have been better. ” (more)
Casa Sandra is a tiny boutique hotel — it only has 18 rooms! You’ve got to book far ahead for this reason. Everything about this property is dreamy. It’s all designed so carefully, with a local, rustic look that blends into the island but is still gorgeous. The staff are excellent — some of the best hospitality industry folks I’ve met in recent memory.(more)