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Boca de Agua

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  • Food & Drink

    1 restaurant, 1 bar

  • Spa & Recreation

    In-room massage, water sports, nature excursions

  • Conference & Meetings

    Multifunctional space

  • Food & Drink

    1 restaurant, 1 bar

  • Spa & Recreation

    In-room massage, water sports, nature excursions

  • Conference & Meetings

    Multifunctional space

Set on a beautiful lagoon, Boca de Agua presents a new, conscious form of hospitality, a heightened world of mindfulness embraced by a dense jungle.

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Architecture Frida Escobedo

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Architecture Frida Escobedo

Beyond two kilometers of discrete, unpaved road lies a monumental Mayan-inspired structure that gives way to treehouse-style villas.

The architecture of the treehouses transforms the surrounding jungle into décor while allowing the fauna to roam freely beneath. This is tropical-sustainable modernism at its most inspired. The hotel's public areas, which include a plunge pool and recreational areas, serve as visual anchors in the landscape, with a series of light walkways connecting these spaces to the villas.

Interior design Rodrigo Juarez, Diego Alor, Frida Escobedo, Mariel Lozano

Spacious and carefully crafted treehouses allow guests to experience the jungle in a unique, mystical way, while also providing privacy and natural light.

Designed using upcycled and salvaged materials, the warmly textured furniture blends almost seamlessly with the rich wooden beams and paneling that define the villas. Here, too, one finds custom pieces from several leading Mexican brands and local artisans, such as Bandido Studio, Cacao Design, Hacha Ceramics, and Casa Caliza, which augment a mostly brown, green, and off-white color palette. Collaborations with artist Marina Silva and the Japanese brand Nossara Towels round out the inspiring scene.

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The Originals Rodrigo Juarez

“Most people who come to the hotel for the first time can’t believe what we have built here.”
Rodrigo Juarez

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Food & Drink Authentic and local

Boca De Agua Theme Box 2 Restaurant 1
Boca De Agua Theme Box 2 Restaurant 2

Food & Drink Authentic and local

More than a culinary experience, dining at Boca de Agua is a cultural exchange, with local Mexican gastronomy fusing creatively with international cuisine.

At Flora restaurant, Chef Carlos Bordonave uses local ingredients to prepare dishes that are rooted in tradition. The culinary offerings celebrate the history of the land, presenting an immersive and flavorful experience. In the hotel’s bar, you will enjoy the finest wines and spirits care of Japanese mixologist Koki Yokoyama. And a seasonal guest-chef program means you can experience a master class.

Well-being Natural wonders

Next to the cenote pool, enjoy world-class treatments amid pristine nature.

Enjoy a cool-water submersion amid high trees and birdsongs as light streams through the canopies. Additional massage offerings are provided in-room for the most intimate and convenient of experiences. 

Boca De Agua Theme Box 1 Wellness (1)

Experience Bacalar’s laid-back vibe and the extraordinary colors of its 26-mile-long lagoon.

Boca De Agua Theme Box 2 Location 01
Boca De Agua Theme Box 2 Location 02

Location

Location

North America
Mexico
Bacalar

Boca de Agua
Chetumal-Cancun KM 4.5
Bacalar 77963
Mexico

Facts & Facilities

  • Temperature today

    30°C / 86°F

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