Casa Aamori


Steps away from the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean sits Casa Aamori, a boutique hotel set amidst breezy palms.

Sheltered by the peaks of the Sierra Madre del Sur, this stretch of the Oaxacan coast is unspoilt and retains a laid-back charm, reminiscent of its boho roots.

What we love about Casa Aamori

  • Each suite at Casa Aamori has a rustic design with bamboo roofs & handcrafted furniture
  • Beautiful pool surrounded by palm trees & flowers
  • Casa Aamori offers many activities, such as yoga & spa treatments, fishing, horse riding, kayaking & snorkelling
  • Delicious fresh fish are caught daily by the local fisherman & served in the hotel & local spots along the beach
  • Beaches along this part of the Mexican shoreline are home & nesting grounds for turtles
  • Untouched coastline rich in biodiversity stretches away on either side of Casa Aamori waiting to be discovered
  • Nearby Punta Cometa, the southern tip of Mexico, is a spectacular place to enjoy the sunset
What to do at Casa Aamori

There’s a charm to the laidback lifestyle in this small seaside town that is utterly enchanting.

Stroll along the shoreline admiring surfers. Eat freshly caught fish at beachfront restaurants. Wander through the quiet, seaside villages of Mazunte and Zipolite.

Watch sea turtles being released at La Escobilla Beach. Swim among the magic of glowing phosphorescent plankton. Kayak & birdwatch in nearby Laguna Manialtepec. Visit La Ventanilla, a nearby area dedicated to protecting its rich ecology & wildlife.


Casa Aamori is located in the seaside village of San Agustinillo along the Pacific coast of Mexico. It is a one-hour drive from both Puerto Escondido & Huatulco. The village of Mazunte, designated one of Mexico’s ‘Pueblo Magicos’ is 15 minutes by foot.

There are daily flights from Mexican cities, including Mexico City & Oaxaca, to both Huatulco & Puerto Escondido. Between October & May, there are international flights to Huatulco.

to Travel

We recommend visiting between November & March when the temperature is warm & rainfall is minimal. This is also the time when the sea turtlesA Darwinian Adventure | The Galapagos are released into the ocean.



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