Hacienda Ucazanaztacua Boutique Hotel – Michoacán, Mexico
Hacienda Ucazanaztacua is located in the heart of the Purhépecha’s traditions, where you can listen to “Pirecuas”, traditional songs in the purhépecha culture, famous as a world heritage and where you can enjoy prehispanic gastronomy and beautiful arts and crafts.
It was built with adobes (sun-dried bricks) with an original method used centuries ago, with the highest standards of labor by artisans from the region and with the best quality of materials.
A beautiful swimming pool and spa can be found in this traditional hacienda, located on the shore of Lake Pátzcuaro.
The individually decorated suites at Hacienda Ucazanaztacua have balconies with views of the lake and islands, a large seating area and a pillow menu.
The village of Ihuatzio is just 5 minutes’ drive away. The colonial city of Patzcuaro can be reached in 20 minutes. Ucazanaztacua is also 10 minutes from the village of Tzintzuntzan.
The Ucazanaztacua Hacienda faces the island of Pacanda, where guests can learn about the Purepecha Culture and try Prehispanic cuisine.
The Hacienda’s spa offers a hydromassage bath and a range of in-room massages.
Treat yourself to a stay in one of the individually decorated guestrooms.
Your memory foam bed comes with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets.
Featuring terracotta-tiled floors and wood-beamed ceilings, the colourful rooms offer custom-designed beds, safes, minibars and Nespresso machines, as well as living areas. All of them have private balconies, and some have fireplaces, heating and/or whirlpool tubs.
Rey Irepan – Royal Suite
With 220 m2 of amazing charm, this suite has a unique and royal space worth a thousand words. Luxury, comfort and peace emphasised by a unique and amazing view of Pátzcuaro Lake and the Pacanda Island. It includes a jacuzzi, its own living room space and a chimney; you will want to stay in the room the entire day.
Reina Ireri – Royal Suite
It is 120 square meters and has a privileged view of Pátzcuaro Lake and the islands. It includes a king size bed, chimney, jacuzzi with whirlpool, a gorgeous sink made out of bronze and glass, a dressing room and a balcony ideal to enjoy the intimate and serene environment with a direct view to the sky. It’s a Majestic suite full of delicate details that make you fall in love.
Troje del lago – Royal Suite
The charm starts with a small dock to get to it, a remote traditional and cozy house (troje) built at the edge of Pátzcuaro Lake with an enveloping view which allows privileged sunset views.
Tata Juriatha – Master Suite
Spaciousness and elegance emerge, it offers two queen size beds, a chimney, a dinning table that invites you to eat our delicious food within the room, with a whirlpool tub and wide windows that provide a perfect lighting. It also provides balconies with a lateral view of Pátzcuaro Lake, ideal to enjoy the weather and the landscape.
Comfortable and fascinating, full of small details which together, make a room of 80 square meters of pure charm.
Nana Kutzi – Master Suite
It ́s one of our 7 exclusive suites, where comfort and peace rule. This master suite offers a comfortable king size bed, jacuzzi with whirlpool, chimney, a big dressing room and an unmatched balcony covered by natural flowers and a beautiful lateral view of the lake. It is 60 square meters of harmony and beauty.
Nana Kutzi means moon in the Purépecha language and honors a stay that you experience as if in heaven.
Curicaveri – Master Suite
Rest and peacefulness in the same room; a warm chimney welcomes you to this double suite with two queen size beds. An antique French dresser made of Italian marble complements the room. The jacuzzi with whirlpool and its large shower covered by crystals bring equilibrium between the modern and the antique. Privileged 70 square meters within the Hacienda.
Parikuni – Suite
A beautiful, cozy suite of 30 square meters offers a queen bed surrounded by windows which provide a wide and beautiful view to Ucazanaztacua ́s landscape. It provides a floating sensation amidst the gardens, wide windows with an amazing view of the lake and a beautiful shower coated in natural stone.
WELLNESS & SPA
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 5 spa tubs and a health club.
Massages are also offered in the suites.
Additional amenities at this Beaux Arts hotel include concierge services, shopping on site, and wedding services.
Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the complimentary area shuttle that operates within 15 km. Featured amenities include limo/town car service, express check-in, and express check-out.
Free self parking is available onsite.
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