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Recent Mexican Riviera reviews

  • Relaxing and Great Location

    "We had a relaxing and great trip to Punta de Mita. Having not been to this area of Mexico the condo was in a perfect location. About 40 minutes north of the Puerta Vallarta airport, we never needed a car and could walk everywhere or take a bus for bigger excursions. The condo is close to the beach where we went in the mornings to paddle board, kayak and swim and had a super nice and clean pool for the afternoons. The markets, restaurants and shops were minutes away by foot and you cannot beat the view of this top floor condo. The owners were more than helpful whenever we needed something as well as the employees of the complex."
    Guest: Bonnie S. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 12, 2015
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  • Amazing Home on the water. Felt like a rockstar

    "Casa Punta Mita was awesome. We had three families there and had plenty of room. The staff was outstanding. Juan was onsite almost the whole time and the breakfast and lunches the staff prepared every day were delicious. Being inside the gates was wonderful where the kids could take the golf carts and explore wherever they wanted. The Punta Mita village is a short cart ride away and has really fun restaurants. Our day trip to Sayulita was perfect. I couldn't recommend Casa Punta Mita any more. It was outstanding!"
    Guest: Kirk Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 4, 2014
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  • Great villa in a perfect location

    "We had a wonderful time at the property. The place is in great shape and both the housekeeper/cook (Juanita) and concierge were extremely helpful. Even when we had a small issue at the start of the trip (the pool was not heated), they fixed it immediately and we were good to go by the next morning. In addition, the location is great. You are less than 5 minutes to the beach if you go out the back entrance of the community and it is 10 minutes to town, golf or tennis by golf cart. Overall, we were extremely pleased with our choice and would definitely stay there again when we go back to Punta Mita."
    Guest: Jon R. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: February 13, 2015
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  • Another amazing stay

    "This is my 3rd stay at Casa Luna for a girl's getaway. Playa Las Tortugas is an amazing get away from the hustle and bustle of life. It absolutely forces you to slow down and enjoy the peace and tranquility of this remote beach getaway. I hadn't realized how addicted I was to my electronic equipment until my services were less than what we expect in the US. We had great wi-fi service but my cell service was not as reliable as it had been in the past which wasn’t necessarily a bad thing. I did find a wi-fi based text application that worked well so I could still communicate with my family. Every time I come there is something different. This year we watched as workers harvested the coconuts and trimmed the trees. It was amazing to watch them climb and descend these huge trees faster than I can the stairs. One of the workers accidentally ran over one of the water spigots right in front of the house which ended up cutting our water off to the house. Since it was Sunday, we were thinking that it there was no way that they could get the pipe fixed and water back on before we left Monday. As we were thinking of a plan B (down by the pool), one of the staff was on the property, knew what to do, and fixed the problem. We had water by the time we returned to the house. The April weather was perfect ... warm but not humid. The sun is intense so don’t be fooled and remember to put on your sunscreen. I was a little concerned about keeping up with some triathalon training during my week but the pool was large enough I was able to swim the perimeter and get a great workout. The 2 master suites gave us ample privacy and are large enough you don't feel closed in. I loved the little gecko that visited me in the shower my first day. The kitchen is well stocked with all the pans, dishes, utensils, and drink ware we needed. Just a little hint, put EVERYTHING that is open in the fridge to keep the ants out. They are tiny little guys and appear within minutes. We spent most of our time sitting under the palapa on the roof from morning coffee to sunset. The views are ones you don’t want to waste by staying inside."
    Guest: Tahoe Gal Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 22, 2015
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Mexican Riviera Travel Tips

Getting to Mexican Riviera Vacation Rentals

The Mexican Riviera refers to an extensive region on the western coast of Mexico. It includes more than 20 cities that are located along the coastline. Some of the more well-known resort areas include Acapulco, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, and Ensenada. There are several major international airports in the region and your arrival point will largely be determined by where you will be spending your vacation. There are regional airports at both Acapulco and Mazlatan, and many flights to this area route via Mexico City which is located further inland. If you will be traveling to the Baja California Peninsula then your best option is to fly into Tijuana which is located just south of the U.S. border. From there, you can rent a car and drive to your destination. There are no rail connections and only a few bus routes along the coast. The best way to get around is to fly into the closest international or regional airport and rent a car. Depending on where you are staying, you could also simply use taxi transportation from the airport.

Stylish Hospitality at Mexican Riviera Vacation Houses

Many of the rental homes are typically spacious and can accommodate small groups of friends or large families. Often between 10 and 12 guests can stay in one villa without feeling cramped. The living areas are generally large and many of the homes have outdoor patios where you can enjoy the magnificent sunsets over the Pacific Ocean. Multiple bedrooms and bathrooms ensure that all guests have sufficient privacy and personal space. The kitchens tend to be the center of the homes where families can dine together and catch up on the day’s activities. Modern appliances ensure that vacation catering is easy and convenient. Many of the vacation homes are available with a staff who ensures that laundry, cleaning and meals are taken care of. Many of the vacation homes are set along the coastline, providing easy access to the beaches.

Sun and Fun at Mexican Riviera Condos

The west coast of Mexico is known for its consistent sunshine, great vacation vibe, long stretches of beaches and excellent surfing. Typically, many of the visitors attracted to the many cities and towns along the coast are sun lovers and surfers. With the development of kite surfing and wind surfing, you will see many colorful sails leaping up above the waves on a day when the conditions are good. Beachcombers can enjoy long leisurely strolls along the beaches and relish the sound on the surf pounding on the beach. There are many historical and cultural attractions in the cities. You can visit museums and monuments and browse local craft stalls for souvenirs. Some souvenirs include bracelets and handcrafted jewelry, copper and brass items, carvings, paintings, and textiles.

Best Time of Year to Travel to Puerto Vallarta Vacation Rentals on the Mexican Riviera

Puerto Vallarta is a popular vacation destination because it has some of the best weather on Mexico’s western coastline. Throughout the year, the average daily temperature varies between 70 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. This makes it an ideal destination for sun lovers. The late summer months are typically the low season as they are characterized by very high temperatures and heavy rains. Occasionally, tropical storms blow in between July and September bringing strong winds and torrential downpours. The peak travel season occurs during the drier winter months between December and April. During this time, temperatures are still warm and many people from icy northern climates travel to the Mexican Riviera for a mid-winter break.

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