One very good reason is Casa Chameleon’s superb location, with hypnotic views over the Pacific Ocean, punctuated by a couple of rugged islands, an occasional distant yacht or fishing boat, all fringed by sandy beaches in the bays below.
TOD Institute: Paseo de la Riviera 3 Stars of Excellence
The Paseo de la Riviera is a proposed new mixed-use project located directly across from the University metro station. The project consists of a hotel, a residential tower, and ground floor retail and cafes surrounding a car-free central public space.
Hotels On The Front Lines Of Climate Change
At Casa Chameleon Las Catalinas, the spectacular flora and fauna of the region is treated with the utmost respect through the resort’s conservation efforts. Each month, staff take to the local beach to clean and remove any waste left behind.
TOD Institute: Gables Station 3 Stars of Excellence
Gables Station is a catalyst project that will spur more transit oriented development at the Douglas Road Station area, as well as other metro stations along the corridor. This project will play a critical role in leading Coral Gables and the south Miami area into a sustainable future.
Casa Chameleon at Las Catalinas
With an impressive zero-edge infinity pool and a dedicated focus on wellness, relaxation and adventure, the adult only Casa Chameleon has put the new up and coming town of Las Catalinas on the map as a premiere luxury destination in the popular Guanacaste province of Costa Rica.
Gables commission approves Paseo de la Riviera project
City commissioners approved three ordinances and a resolution clearing the way for the proposed mixed-use project that will replace the existing Holiday Inn on US-1 and includes an apartment building and hotel, along with commercial and open spaces.