Casa Ki - troncones,  mexico

Tropical Vacation Bungalows on the beach in Troncones, Mexico

Owner Ellen Weston and her daughter, Tina, extend to you a warm invitation to visit their unique Bed and Breakfast Inn in Troncones, Mexico.

Child Friendly & Pet Friendly

Located just north of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Casa Ki's lush tropical gardens enclose a beachfront 2-bedroom/2-bath main house, 4 private bungalows (one w/a.c.), a pool, a fully equipped guest kitchen with BBQ, a palapa, and a well-stocked library and game selection.

"Ki" - the Japanese word for Energy & Wholeness, the Universal Life Force.


Casa Ki offers a two bedroom, two bathroom home with it's own kitchen as well as four Bungalows. There is a communal kitchen and dining area as well as the pool and well stocked library all set in lush tropical gardens and each with an ocean view.

The Casa...

Two large bedrooms with tiled en-suite bathrooms, a full kitchen, a living/dining area and a porch running the length of the house facing the ocean with hammocks perfect for napping. Single beds can be added for sleeping up to six persons maximum.

The bungalows...

Each Bungalow offers a king-size bed, a small refrigerator and a porch with hammock, table and chairs. A single bed can be added for an additional guest.


Crow's Nest

Crow's Nest porch
Crow's Nest interior
Crow's Nest king-size bed




rates and reservations

3 nights minimum stay

Bungalow Azul - US$ 150

Crow's Nest - US$ 150

Bungalow Rosa - US$ 110

Bungalow Verde - US$ 135 (with A/C)

Bungalow Rojo - US$ 135 (with A/C)

* Rates based on double occupancy.
* US$ 20 per extra person (not possible in the Bungalow Rojo)
* Breakfast and use of guest kitchen included.

Each bungalow/suite has a porch with hammock, table, chairs, ocean view,
medium-size refrigerator, one king-size bed and one single, with the
exception of the Bungalow Rojo that only has one king-size bed.

La Casa (Main House) - US$ 300

For up to 6 persons. It has two bedrooms with a king-size
and single bed as well as en suite baths in each one.

The Entire Property
US$ 650 - Per night for up to 14 personas. Breakfast included.
US$ 700 - Per night for up to 17 personas. Breakfast included.


Bungalow Azul - US$ 120

Crow's Nest - US$ 120

Bungalow Rosa - US$ 100

Bungalow Verde - US$ 110 (with A/C)

Bungalow Rojo - US$ 110 (with A/C)

La Casa (Main House) - US$ 250

BREAKFAST NOT INCLUDED during these dates.
Discounts for stays of 30 days or longer.

3 nights minimum stay

Bungalow Azul - US$ 175

Crow's Nest - US$ 175

Bungalow Rosa - US$ 130

Bungalow Verde - US$ 160 (with A/C)

Bungalow Rojo - US$ 160 (with A/C)

La Casa (Main House) - US$ 360


For Reservations Contact:
Tina Morse
Phone: +52 (755) 553-2815

Cancellations made 60 days or more prior to reservation date will receive a deposit refund minus 10% of total cost of reservation ONLY if dates can be rebooked.

What our Guests say...

Casa Ki is fantastic and beautiful!
We have been to Troncones four times and loved staying at Casa Ki. Its located right on the beach, with the sound of the surf.


Beautiful. Charming. Wonderful folks.
We would like to recommend Casa Ki in Troncones for a wonderful vacation. For years we traveled the beach communities of Mexico looking for a beautiful laid back place. We stopped looking once we found Casa Ki and Troncones.

Los Abuelitos

Relaxing, Amazing, Beautiful
I can't speak highly enough of Casa Ki. I traveled around Mexico and Belize for a month, and by far, Casa Ki was the best place I stayed for location, price, and ammenities.


Mexican Bungalow on the beach!
This place is the fantasy that you have in your head of what a little Mexican bungalow should be!

Mpls, MN

about troncones

Troncones is a world renowned ‘secret’ getaway. A world class surf destination and a model for development with an eye for protecting the environment. We welcome you to relax, enjoy our beaches, sunshine and waves. Explore, interact and become a part of our amazing community.Life here is generally pretty slow paced and laid back. With only about 400 or so full time residents, a number which nearly doubles in the “On” season, we can surely be classified as a small village. Much of the local income comes either from tourism or related work. There is still a core of farmers, ranchers and fishermen however, that keep us in fresh produce & daily caught seafood.