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Recent Cozumel Island reviews

  • Casa Falcone: could be Casablanca and you could be Bogart and Bergman

    "Casa Falcone is unique. It is a tribute to an architect who knows well the styles of Gaudi and Art Nouveau albeit with a Mexican flair. Nothing is straight within this condominium complex; everything has an atypical flow that really works. It is reminiscent of something you might find in Barcelona Spain not something more typically found in a Mexican vacation resort. Casa Falcone is further enhanced by the wildlife and natural charm found within and around - there are the flowers, birds, sea life and beaches that would appeal to all. The pool within the complex is on the smaller side but that is perfect for a retreat that is a mere hundred metres from the Caribbean. When I returned from diving off the reefs in Cozumel, the pool helped me to cool off by swimming a couple of crooked lengths. It was also helpful for me as I introduced my wife to snorkelling. Nor can I overlook the fact that it was a great setting for having a beer or other refreshment and for Liz, it was a great place to read 3 books in one week! The apartment itself is well outfitted with essentials for a making a vacation stay fabulous. Let's be clear: I am an excellent chef who normally likes to cook up a tropical storm. The Casa's kitchen is small and that is what I wanted and needed. On this vacation, I wanted to eat locally but have the bare essentials for breakfast and lunch. Had I wanted to make a big meal (but why would I?) it would have been a bit awkward, the pots were there, the knives were available but that is not why I was in Cozumel. The fridge held my beer, the counter held the wine and spirits. Enough said. Both bedrooms are lovely and airy. Off the "master" there is a small balcony upon which I would hang my wet beachwear. If there was perhaps anything I would have liked, it was a drying rack. This was not a real inconvenience. Equally important, we did NOT rent a car in Cozumel and I do not recommend it. Although I have driven in Mexico and know Cozumel reasonably well, it is important to consider that taxis are cheap and safe enough to discourage driving. Furthermore, it puts money in the hands of the locals who are 100% reliant upon the tourist economy. Quiet, visually interesting, well decorated in a Mexican theme, Casa Falcone was perfect for me and the princess. Another couple could have joined us with ease but for Liz and I, the privacy we had in the Casa was great, the property managers attentive to our needs and the maid wonderful."
    Guest: Phil Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 16, 2014
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  • Beautiful Best Vacation Location

    "We were so very happy to stay at this excellently decorated and exceptionally clean home. The community is safe and beautifully landscaped. Karla meet us on arrival, and was extremely polite and gave us all the information we needed for places to go on Cozumel, which really enhanced our vacation time. We were more than satisfied with the opportunity to also dive with their Operation, Challenge Diving, and that was an exceptional treat. I would recommend this beautiful home to families and friends traveling together."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 19, 2014
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  • Savoring Paradise

    "Rating Details: I was very satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. I was very happy with the location. The vacation rental was spotless. The property manager was very helpful. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: Our party of a dozen family and friends, made up of seven adults and five children, stayed Thanksgiving week at Las Ventanas for a vacation of snorkeling, diving, sightseeing, and lounging in the sun. There were no resentments in dividing up the bedrooms, with their attached artistic bathrooms, because the quality of each was fairly equal and interesting. The villa was very comfortable without being so precious that we felt we would need to squelch the children's behavior overmuch, and everyone loved the Gaudi-inspired organic architecture. The adults loved the hammock under the thatched palapa on the roof terrace; everyone enjoyed the curved living room seating. There was plenty of room to get together and plenty of room for privacy. We treated ourselves to having tasty breakfasts and dinners prepared by the skillful and artistic Edgar and his family, who couldn't have been nicer, more helpful or more professional. The location of the villa was excellent——if you schedule a dive with a vendor other than the dive shop next door to the north, for $2 you can still be picked up or dropped off at its pier, saving you some time. The sandy beach is a very short walk in the other direction, although the kids were happy for a good part of the day playing in the pool. There were plenty of beach towels to go around. We rented three cars for maximum flexibility for our group, and there was again plenty of room in the driveway to park them. Edmundo, owner of the Cha Cha Cha Dive Shop, took us to the Palancar Reef, lushous Cielo sandbar, and the Colombia Shallows for snorkeling, and knew just where a baby nurse shark liked to hang out. We saw sting rays, turtles, starfish, and countless fish. For another outing the Punta Sur Eco-Park was interesting, and both children and adults felt happy and privileged to have observed and helped in the season's releasing of the last batch of baby turtles."
    Guest: April S. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 2, 2014
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  • This is where my love affair began

    "This was our second stay at Casa Blanca. We were all thrilled to return. As my daughter said, “It’s like coming home.” Andrew’s casita is central to everything, yet off the tourist track. As a result, we really got a feel for being in Mexico. The neighbourhood is varied, with a lively cantina just a door away, restaurants within walking distance in every direction, and a mix of residences. Just watching the people go by on the street was interesting! That being said, once we closed the front door and retreated to the back yard, we had complete privacy. Miguel, the friendly property manager/groundskeeper keeps the swimming pool sparkling clean. The kitchen is well equipped, and there are loads of linens. My daughter slept on one of the fold-out futons in the living room, while my son occupied a bedroom. My husband and I took the bedroom with the lovely ensuite at the back. I believe that the house could comfortably hold a slightly larger crowd, as there is a second bathroom that all can access. We spent a lot of our time scuba diving and snorkeling. Outside the house there is a shower where we were able to rinse our gear at the end of the day. Because we’re Canadian and starved for sunlight, we spent a LOT of our time at the beach. One of my regrets is that although we were in Cozumel for two weeks, we didn’t spend enough time just relaxing at the house! I think that I’ve fallen in love with the island. Casa Blanca has made this relationship possible. Thanks, Andrew!"
    Guest: Derby K. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 25, 2015
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