Frida Kahlo Room
Once used as a bodega for storing balls of chicle, the original raw material for producing chewing gum, when the owners managed cooperatives of Mayan chicle gatherers in the jungles of Quintana Roo.
A roster of nicknames and jungle campsites was still glued within the armoire which was bought from some neighborhood business partners. Facing a cenote-like pool and a riot of tropical foliage, this large ground floor room employs Spanish tile, old and new, together with vintage Mayan Art and textiles to fill its ample space.
Frida never slept here but would have certainly liked the folk-art.
- One queen size bed and one twin size bed
- Facing the grotto-like swimming pool
- En suite bath
- Air Conditioning
- Free WIFI internet