What better way to travel than to stay in an entire condominium built in the shape of an Aztec serpent god? Nido de Quetzalcoatl, or “Quetzalcoatl’s Nest,” is a psychedelic apartment complex designed by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain. Its entire external body is lavishly decorated with color tiles and mosaics that echo the organic architecture of Gaudí; despite it being manmade, Senosiain built this masterpiece to complement the hills and caves that are part of the natural landscape.
Located 30 miles north of Mexico City, this five-bedroom, four-bath home boasts of some spectacular scenery and is home to an artfully curated garden packed with ponds, foliage, and waterfalls. Listings start at $223 a night and is ideal for a group retreat packed with meditative activities in a nature-inspired environment.
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