Put your toes in the sand and feel the sea breeze on your skin at KiChic, a wonderfully relaxing property that focuses on wellness and a connection to nature in a stylish way.
Once a private home, KiChic has been transformed into a stone, wood, and mud hotel inspired by ancient local building techniques. You’ll find only nine rooms, each with its own unique personality. The earthy-looking Barro room is a white-washed abode with direct access to the gardens. Piedra is a bright and cheerful space with flowing fabrics and a private stone-wall terrace, traditional for this region, where you can soak in the tub as you gaze up to the blue sky. Feel one with nature in the Ki room’s outdoor shower. Water lovers will want to be in the Elefante room; face the ocean and lounge beneath a bamboo-roofed patio. Inside, a mural of an elephant adds to the exotic character of the space.
For more privacy, head to the bright and spacious Suite Himalaya wrapped all around with glass windows. This is the only suite on the property’s second floor, featuring a comfortable queen bed and uninterrupted views of the ocean. Spend the day on your private terrace and pool of the Suite Neem. The soothing interior will invite you to kick back and admire the colorful accessories and wood accents. It’s these custom details that make your stay at KiChic special and serene.
Life takes on a relaxed pace at KiChic; shoes are optional around here. Keep your feet grounded in the surf or try the tree pose in the yoga pavilion. Massages at the spa invite deep relaxation. Palm leaves gently rustle above the beachside loungers. A lengthy pool faces the turquoise sea. Take a boat ride into the Pacific in search of migrating whales, the ocean’s most majestic creatures.
Mouthwatering vegetarian meals will add to your feeling of vitality. Take your pick of where to dine alfresco in the garden or near the beach. Seasonal goodies are harvested in the organic garden, and each dish is infused with a Peruvian twist. Nutritious choices include a main course with Andean wheat with pesto, glazed tomatoes, asparagus, and Parmesan. The menu at the Fish Bar features local flavors like Peruvian sauteed tuna loin with golden brown potatoes and brown rice. Passion fruit honey sauce is an exotic addition to your plate. You can even learn how to recreate some of these delicious meals in a cooking class, or set off on a culinary tour of a variety of ways to prepare ceviche.Request Information