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Recent Central Mexico reviews

  • A misture of Mexican and American: Spacious, Comfortable with Great Outdoor Spaces

    "Two of us spent over 6 weeks here during the winter of 2014. The house was spacious- we enjoyed having two separate living rooms, one on each floor. Watching the traffic flow well below us as it curled along around the Embajadores area at night was a wonderful view from the second floor. During the day being able to see so much of the city in three and four directions -below us and over across Gunajuato's many hills- from the second and third floors was a continuously interesting sight. The majority of furniture in the house is American and the many fans throughout the property were appreciated on warm days and evenings. We found the way up to the house from Sangre de Cristo Street, starting at the old fountain, was our preferred route to the house. A choice of out door spaces was appreciated but we mostly used the covered terrace on the second floor as we liked the views and the protection from the direct (and sometimes hot) sun during the mid day. At times we found the trek up the many steps a bit tedious (with too much luggage!) but this is Guanajuato and you get the views as your reward! Tracey, the owner, was very responsive and helpful in addressing our questions, needs and issues that arose and needs. There is so much to recommend GTO in the winter- the symphony, the concerts at Don Quixote, and Museo Gene Byron, plus the galleries, the interesting architecture and the "Lego building blocks" of the houses tumbling down the hillside..plus art and the various galleries."
    Guest: 10833 Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: May 4, 2014
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  • Great views, wonderful city.

    "Casa Rosa is dramaticaly situated and offers from every room in the house magnificent views of Guanjuato, a spectacular and effervescent city. We greatly appreciated our month in the house, the help and attention of the house manager, the visits of one the local cats who we adopted, the proximity of the city center, the beauty of the city scape. Climbing to the house is a demanding exercise but gets one rapidly into shape."
    Guest: Bros Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: April 9, 2014
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  • A Most Satisfying Vacation Experience

    "We arrived at night to Casa Escuela Bilingue to be greeted by the housekeeper, Sylvia and to a beautifully lit interior courtyard. Sylvia was so helpful, even did our wash on the day she cleaned the house. Our beds were comfy. The bedrooms were spacious and well kept as well as beautifully decorated with quality Mexican art, pottery and very comfortable furniture. The house is extremely roomy with 3 large patio areas and a private deck off of the master bedroom. We loved the use of those pierced metal globes and stars for lighting. Everything looked special and festive at night. This is an old property with a very well tended yet overgrown feeling in the gardens. It was our little oasis. Our family came for the Dia de los Muertos week and found the location to be surprisingly quiet for being on a busy street. The alley that you go down seemed to buffer the street noise. Everything we needed was a walk away, yet cabs were very accessible when we wanted one. Being in San Miguel during the week prior to Dia de los Muertos was an excellent time to see the town at its festive best and to immerse ourselves in the traditions surrounding this very Mexican holiday. The celebrations went on for 3 nights and during the day the whole town was decked out in papel picado, cempasuchiles and calaveras. There was music everywhere and a feeling of exuberant preparation permeated the plazas and mercados. We would love to rent this house again. Definitely a high recommend."
    Guest: Patricia Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 13, 2014
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  • Wonderful Hacienda

    "What a wonderful time we had in the Flowerpot during the Day of the Dead festivities! It is the perfect home base for exploring and enjoying this fantastic town. We could have spent our entire visit on the rooftop terrace, enjoying the view, sun and breeze. However, when we were able to tear ourselves away and venture out, we enjoyed the stroll to the Jardin and the Centro and taking in all of the local color. What a special time we had -- we can't wait to return!"
    Guest: New Yorker Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: December 5, 2014
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Morelos Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Morelos Vacation Rentals

In general the region of Morelos in Central Mexico enjoys a warm year round climate. The most popular time of year to visit is during May and June when the days are warm and the nights are balmy but it’s not yet unbearably hot. In August and September the temperatures soar and the humidity gets quite intense. Most of the rain occurs between June and November and there is a risk of tropical storms blowing in from across the Caribbean. The more temperate months are from December to May which is considered the winter season. Temperatures are milder and the humidity is lower making it the preferred season for many visitors to the region. Typically there are mild offshore breezes which provide relief from the heat during the sunshine hours.

Visitors to Morelos Vacation Houses

Morelos is a sun-lover’s paradise. The region hosts some of Mexico’s best beaches, a warm tropical climate, and a wealth of activities and attractions. The large barrier reef which runs down the length of the coastline into Belize is the second largest in the world. It attracts many divers from all over the world, owing to its rich and diverse marine life. There are a number of blue holes and dramatic walls that make for spectacular diving. The region also has a strong cultural appeal as there are several sites of ancient Mayan ruins and temples. Visitors can join guided excursions which take you trekking deep into the forests to the cultural sites.

Things to Do Near Morelos Condos

Possibly the most popular activity in the Morelos region is visiting the beaches. Enjoy hours of suntanning while watching the passing crowds, or take a romantic stroll and watch the sun rise over the Caribbean Sea. On some beaches, you can swim out to the house reefs and enjoy snorkeling in the shallows. Certified divers can sign up for dive charters which operate year-round, pending favorable weather conditions. In some of the more populated tourist areas, you can hire Jet Skis or charter boats for cruising and deep sea fishing.

Unique geological features of the Morelos region are the limestone sinkholes. Locally, they are known as cenotes. Most of these fill up with crystal clear water, creating natural swimming pools. One of the most well-known cenotes is Boca de Puma which has a cave passage and can be accessed by nice forest hiking trails.

If you want to enjoy some shopping or nightlife, the vibrant tourist center of Cancun is just a short drive away. Enjoy some fabulous meals at one of the many local restaurants and taste some spicy traditional food. There are many souvenir and craft stalls in the seaside villages that dot the coast. Hammocks, t-shirts and hand-woven bags are popular items on sale.

Central Mexico Vacation Rentals in Morelos

The region of Morelos has some of the most stunning vacation homes in Central Mexico. Imagine a stylish villa located on the beachfront surrounded by lush tropical gardens and with magnificent views over the Caribbean. A private swimming pool and rooftop veranda provide seclusion for sunbathing and enjoying the warm tropical climate. Easy access to the beach, large living areas, multiple bedrooms and a well-equipped kitchen make it the perfect vacation home. Other condos have modern finishes, entertainment centers and spacious outdoor decks from which to enjoy the ocean views. In general, the homes can accommodate groups of between eight to 12 adults. This is one of the most inexpensive ways to stay in Central Mexico. You get to enjoy the luxury of an up-market home; you also have access to all the tourist attractions of the region and the freedom to come and go as you please.

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