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Cliff-Side Villa in Distinctively Asian Flavor with a Private Edge-Pool
This cliff-side villa is part of Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués resort in Mexico. Thanks to its location and floor to ceiling windows it captures amazing romantic views of Acapulco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
It’s designed with a distinctively Asian flavor, with steeply pitched roofs, wide eaves, and the entire villa built on stilts. Cutting edge pool is located on a airy terrace which also features all these amazing views. Floor to ceiling windows also captures a lot of natural light so it’s ok that interior is done with using of dark colors. As the villa is part of the resort you can book it and experience all that amazing luxury by yourself.
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