Every room is different: the Architectural touch meets the Mexican Folkloric Art in a very distinguished and refined way.
Here you can relax, enjoy the magnificent views from your Master bed room or just read a book about Frida Kahlo in the main Palapa.
From the infinity pool you see a tree on which lives an Iguana and beyond is the ocean: if you are lucky you can see schools of fishes jumping out of the water and pelicans swooping down to catch the fish.
The service is excellent starting with Gloria who knows how to cook the most delicious breakfast whether you want Mexican enchiladas, tacos or gorditas or an English breakfast. Jose serves you at the table in an impeccable way and Aude looks after the rooms in the most loving way, leaving a beautiful swan on your bed with strewn bougainvilleas flower petals.
If you need anything Jose is the man to ask: Taxi, massage, boats for rent etc.
This house is perfect for a big family, for friends who want to share a special time together as I did or for a writer, painter or any artist in need to enter a space where time disappears and imagination begins.
The town is 5-10 minutes away and walking across the bridge you enter a typical Mexican town with its main square and throughout downtown there a beautiful statues of bronze of the Women of Guerrero. In the morning you can go and see how the fisherman bring in their catch and see the lively discussion of buying fish.
Casa Rigoletti was marvellous and it is recommended to those bon vivant who desire an unforgettable and magical experience. I would recommend this place 100%.