Casa Tau Resort in Mexico is a stunning luxury holiday destination, which also featured as the picture perfect location for outrageous Netflix series ‘Too Hot To Handle’. Everybody on the show was equally photogenic, and very single. The twist? To win the $100,000 prize fund, the scantily clad contestants could flirt as much as they liked but kissing and ANY X-rated touching were completely off-limits! The cast and crew spent 30 days on the shores of the prestigious Punta Mita Community in Los Ranchos, making use of twelve en-suite bedrooms, accommodations for twenty-seven, and spacious indoor/outdoor areas.
The cast of Too Hot To Handle may have been feeling the tension, but Casa Tau’s open-air estate is all about relaxation.
The property centers around a majestic Higuera Blanca tree, one many native trees on the plot. The greenery is a leading design element of the villa, along with traditional thatched roofs.
Spacious lounge areas allow large vacation groups to gather together both inside and out.
This gorgeous large open air lounge looks across a hot tub and heated infinity pool. Vibrant cerise and cobalt blue accent cushions fill up an enormous sofa and scattered armchairs. Solid wood and stone coffee tables fill the centre floor.
The thatched roof creates an idyllic beachy ambiance, whilst the crisp architecture gives the place a clean modern edge.
Steps lead down from the outdoor lounge toward a sun terrace and a lawn, the perfect place to enjoy cocktails at sunset.
Paths cross beneath a glorious luxury pergola, built from solid wood.
The interior spaces are decorated in soothing earth tones. Creamy walls and rich wood tone pull together beneath decorative arching ceilings. The air conditioned living room features an open plan lounge, kitchen, diner arrangement, along with a games area for ping pong and pool.
Copper and warm wood colour the kitchen, alongside black stone countertops, dark wicker bar stools and shining stainless steel appliances. The well equipped kitchen can be stocked with groceries–or the two chefs and five cooks that are onsite can whip up something even more amazing.
The same wicker stools have been placed at an outdoor bar. A set of decorative wall mirrors reflect the tropical gardens surrounding it, whilst unique planters bring plantlife right up onto the terrace.
A stylish wicker chair and macramé wall hanging make a relaxed vignette in one of the many bedrooms. The bedrooms are divided between the main house and two guest houses, which is ideal for couples with children, or guests who desire that extra level of privacy.
Many of the bedrooms are styled with 4 poster double beds that build grandeur all by themselves. This one is freshened with summery yellow and aqua blue accents. Unique bedside tables and lamps balance out the room.
Gathered woven baskets create a beautiful handmade art wall.
Small sitting areas weave throughout the property; quiet spots in which to enjoy a casual breakfast, or just play a game of cards.
The ensuite bedrooms have two private showers, one indoor and one outdoor.
Each room is a little different, featuring a unique 4 poster bed or alternative accent colours.
Rope bedroom pendant lights add a maritime touch to the comfortable decor, linking the interior with its glorious ocean views.
Blue pendants and a pair of blue wicker lounge chairs contrast with fresh yellow accent pillows. A blue runner neatly trims the foot of the bed.
Fanciful floral decorations colour this headboard wall, beside the soft glow of an uplighter wall sconce.
Wooden shutters draw back to let in Punta Mita’s beach air.
Perimeter lights set the attractive ceilings all aglow.
Wall mounted TVs provide digital entertainment inside of the bedroom suites, just in case the media room, full gym and spa, billiards, regulation Bocce court and water activities aren’t enough.
A ceiling fan whirs away in the lofted ceiling space of the bedrooms to keep them comfortable.
Twin bedroom chairs furnish a twin bedroom. A floating wooden media cabinet divides the space.
Whimsical bird sculptures swoop over this colourful scheme. An unusual area rug throws multicolour pattern across the floor.
Coral bed cushions brighten a small twin room.
Symmetrical layouts build a calming feeling of balance.
Inside the ensuite bathrooms, the illumination from modern bathroom vanity lights pools onto a black stone backsplash and matching sink.
Wooden vanity shelves and towel racks match solid wooden doors and window shutters.
Twice-daily housekeeping and laundry services keep the bathroom linens fresh and stocked.
Natural stone builds outdoor shower enclosures.
A luxurious bathtub is embraced within the curve of a rustic stone perimeter. A blue-green hammock is strewn across the space.
Another luxury bathtub offers bubble baths by twinkling candlelight.
A twenty-four-hour butler service is on hand to serve drinks on the terrace or in the pool.
Casa Tau’s well-equipped terrace has an alfresco dining area, its own stone pizza oven and a barbecue. The enormous outdoor dining table is surrounded by 14 outdoor chairs here, but the terrace can host around 20.
An outdoor fire pit blazes at the heart of a pool water moat.
Swing chairs, sunloungers, hammocks and intimate seating areas are set up all around the green grounds of the villa, by mesmerising beach panorama.
Lolling palm trees provide cooling shade over the outdoor seating.
The sandy beach climbs all the way up to the villa.
Here is a video walkthrough:
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