Ser Casasandra


Type: Boutique

No. of Rooms: 20

City/Area: Holbox


Ser Casasandra is an intimate paradise located on the Mexican-Caribbean Island of Holbox.

Located on the tranquil island of Holbox, this gorgeous getaway, which was previously known as Casa Sandra, offers intimate, cozy, luxury with a sea view. Forget the time, let go of the to-do list and allow the friendly staff to take care of you as you relax and unwind.

The suites swap technology for indulgence; the TVs, radios, alarm clocks and telephones are replaced with cozy beds, showerheads made from seashells, organic bath products, kaftan robes and hammocks to sway in.

With Ser Casasandra’s restaurant voted as one of the best on the Island by the New York Times, you can relax knowing that your appetite will be more than satisfied. Food is combined with music and art to create a sensual experience, morning, day and night. Whether, relaxing by the pool with a snack or enjoying a romantic dinner, the chefs pride themselves in using the freshest and best ingredients.


Take room one if impressive ocean views are your thing.

  • Continental breakfast
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Live music
Casa Sandra donates funds and resources to animal shelters and runs the Isla Residencia program, incorporating painting workshops and artistic activities for children from local schools. The team actively participates in island clean-ups, as well as sponsoring and engaging in local sports and cultural events held on the island.

The hotel’s uniforms, decorations, and cuisine promote elements of Mexican culture, and collaborations with small businesses, showcase joint efforts on social media platforms. The restaurant’s menu emphasizes the authenticity of Yucatecan cuisine and follows a fair food philosophy that prioritizes local, seasonal and organic products. The property uses purified rainwater and beauty products with organic raw materials from Yucatecan producers.

Waste management efforts at Casa Sandra aim to avoid the use of non-recyclable materials, instead promoting recycling and reutilization. Any disposable cups, straws, and waste bags are made from compostable materials, with minimal consumption. Agreements with companies for glass reuse, minimized plastic container usage, and internal or supplier-driven plastic reuse further contribute to waste reduction.