An agricultural estate (lemons, bananas) in Mexico's tropical enclave of Veracuz, Maison Couturier was built by French immigrants in the 19th century and, until recently, was the family home of Mexican hotelier Carlos Couturier, one of the founders of Mexico's Grupo Habita hotels. Now revamped to offer eight, self-contained bungalows and one 'landowner's' suite, the Maison Couturier offers a mix of clean-lined but luxurious interiors (plasma screen TVshammocks, private verandas, rocking chairs), while the palm-shaded pool gives guests the oppertunity to bask in the hotel's lush surroundings. The restaurant draws on the best of the French bucolic culinary tradition.
• 9 rooms
• Architecture & Interiors: Grupo Habita
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