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Weill Appointed To Represent Casa De Las Olas, Tulum, Mexico

Thursday, January 03, 2013
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Casa de las Olas, a five-suite 100% sustainable guest house in Tulum, Mexico has appointed Geoffrey Weill Associates (WEILL) to handle its public relations in the U.S., announced WEILL Executive VP, Ann-Rebecca Laschever.

Located at the southern end of the secluded and pristine Tulum beach, Casa de las Olas is the last property on the stretch of beach before the vast Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and 1.3-million-acre nature preserve. Opened two years ago, Casa de las Olas specializes in the guest experience, and the owner and “Director of Possibilities” is personally involved in welcoming each guest, recommending local food spots, amazing experiences and intimate adventures.

A member of Tablet Hotels and designed to meet Platinum LEED certification, Casa de las Olas is completely sustainable and off the grid. The property is 100% solar powered, built to capture underground water sources, while also having a rain collection system that has the ability to store 20,000 liters of water. Sun and water are the two core components to the property’s sustainability. The Villa was designed to capitalize on Caribbean breezes and organically dissipate afternoon sun, keeping Olas cool and comfortable through its structure and design.

“We are excited to be adding Casa de las Olas to our roster of unusual and special properties around the world,” said Laschever. “The Casa’s eco-practices and sustainability should be an example of how true eco-tourism can be achieved while still offering a luxury experience.”

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