NIZUC began as an idea – the best of contemporary design blended with local materials to create a “21st Century Mayan” experience, just for you.
The result is an environment that is truly authentic, natural, serene, and sophisticated. NIZUC’s earthy color palette of gray, brown, and off-white both complements and contrasts with the lush greenery of our regional terrain. And we bring the outside in. Sleek surfaces of glass, slate, and granite combine with rustic, recycled, and indigenous materials such as a thatched roof palapa entrance, walls of local limestone, ceilings adorned with mangrove branches, and passageways of milled tropical wood.
To heighten the atmosphere of “Mexican Spirit and Mayan Soul,” the designers of the resort worked closely with the Museo Nacional de Antropología to replicate Mayan hieroglyphs, incorporate seventeenth-century stone doorframes, and create a mural inspired by a sixteenth-century fresco from the Convento Agustino in the city of Malinalco. NIZUC fully embraces and invites you to participate in the heritage of the land.
Photos courtesy of: Tale a Guest