On October 1 , 2020 Hacienda la Rusa is open and waiting for you
We’ve spent these past few months in shut down , just like you first scared, adjusting and then preparing for the new world of travel. Pandemic has forced us make certain changes – we had to switch from a full breakfast to continental , but we have increased hours breakfast is served; it is also given us , the clean freaks, the opportunity to implement and create new protocols, from disinfection to self check !
In spite of all that is going on in the world, those of us lucky to be in Barra De Potosi still enjoy the same and gorgeous beach , delicious food and tranquil, charming community that you fell in love with .
And when YOU are ready, we’ll be here !
Hacienda La Rusa is a beautiful and enchanting boutique hotel in the middle of mexican fishing village Barra De Potosi. Since the first year in 2014 it has been a # 1 recommended and voted accommodation in Barra de Potosi and Playa Blanca on Tripadvisor .
Hacienda La Rusa has 7 guest rooms, owners quarters, kitchen, dining room, yoga terrace, outdoor sitting areas, patios, garden and 2 beautiful swimming pools . Hacienda is surrounded by lush tropical garden where you can relax , watch the birds and wildlife; its ideally located in the village, on the right beach side, steps to the famous Barra de Potosi lagoon, restaurants, boat launch, taxis. There is only a small beach restaurant between Hacienda la Rusa and the ocean.
The rhythms and life here revolve around zen, happiness, animal welfare, green practices; rescuing, sterilizations, recycling, minimizing environmental impact and interacting with the community.
Hacienda la Rusa caters to Earth & Animal loving guests only.
Barra de Potosi sits on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, 15 minutes away from the airport and 30 minute from the resort city of Ixtapa – Zihuatanejo. Barra de Potosí is not a typical touristy area; there are no banks, no ATM, no high-rise condos, no bars, no yacht harbor, no golf course. Barra de Potosi is an amazingly rural laid back village of about 500 residents, mostly fishermen, craftsman, coconut workers, rancheros and a few dozen expats. It is simple and authentic, with 3 streets and 4 small stores; truly the right place for a visitor with a taste for a cultural adventure and untouched natural beauty. This rustic Mexican village is what Sayulita or Tulum used to be.
Barra de Potosi has everything for a fun vacation – bird watching, whale watching, deep see fishing, horse riding, kayaking, jungle tours, turtle sanctuary, snorkeling, surfing classes, animal welfare and rescue organization.
Barra de Potosí beach , called Playa Blanca, is 10 miles long, empty through most of the year and perfect for swimming, jogging and walking. If you love Mexico, good food, nature and adventure, this is the place to visit.