Year: 2020 Location: Comala, Colima Area: Remodeling Design and Construction:Di Frenna Architects Work Team: Arch. Matia Di Frenna Müller, Eng. Juan G. Guardado Ávila, Arch. Mariana de la Mora Padilla.
A vintage car is parked in the stone driveway of the hotel.
The old stone way and the lights give the hotel a cozy atmosphere.
The entrance, designed with antique jars, leads to the indoor dining area.
The reception, designed with wooden furniture, creates a welcoming atmosphere.
The doric roman pillar, the wooden beam in the ceiling, and the brick wall create a classic feel to the place.
The tables inside the restaurant are decorated with succulents.
The hotel has a swimming pool and a cocktail pool for relaxation.
The rattan seats blend perfectly with the brick walls and indoor plants.
This view features the pool and the lighting of the hotel.
A hotel guest enjoys swimming in the swimming pool.
The old pillar of the hotel stands next to the pool and the sun loungers.
Folding chairs and the crotons next to the stairs.
A rope hammock in the garden is perfect for relaxation and connecting with nature.
Aerial view of the house and the surrounding trees.
Aerial view featuring the restaurant and the clay tile roofing.
The hotel features an outdoor restaurant with an antique fountain.
The outdoor restaurant features an outdoor oven and overlooks the trees.
The outdoor dining has off-set umbrellas for shade.
Protected by hundred-year-old trees and old fruit orchards, La Paranera arises to receive those who seek the pleasure of rest. Located in the heart of the Las Huertas de Comala reserve, our country house has been designed with care and generosity, honoring the hand of Mexican artists and artisans.
Waking up among lush gardens, taking a nap in a hammock lulled by the wind, walking on the trails of the reserve, relaxing in the pool, cycling to the center of the magical town of Comala, or discovering contemporary Comaltec cuisine in Cuaxiote, our signature restaurant, are part of this unique experience, respectful of the environment and proud of its tradition.