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Recent Mahahual reviews

  • Nice home great area!

    "My family of 4 loved our stay and the owner was great to work with."
    Guest: Playa family Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 31, 2015
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  • One of the best vacation houses that we stay at!

    "This house is wonderfully designed and very comfortable. It is located at one of the better beaches and conveniently close to the crossroad to the "fast road" to and from town. It runs off the grid but is state of the art so one would hardly notice. Nice beds are hard to find in Mexico and here is where you will find one. Another rarity down here are the good quality pots and pans that accompany this well equipped kitchen. All of the rooms are nicely appointed and comfortable. The caretaker is almost invisible unless you need him! The view from the master bedroom and just about every other room is stunning! We particularly enjoyed the palapa out front. As far as pros and cons go, the only negative we had was that there was only one hammock downstairs. I am here to tell you that the deck off of the master bedroom is begging to have 2 hammocks!...pretty minor,eh? If staying in a luxurious house on a secluded beach is your idea of a great time then this is the spot for you!"
    Guest: Susan D. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 27, 2015
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  • Great place to stay!

    "We stayed for two weeks and it was perfect! Richard and Rosa went out of their way to be helpful and give us restaurant tips, share a yoga class, and even book a massage for us. The rooftop lanai is the most relaxing place in town: read, relax, people-watch, sleep, or just enjoy the surf. The apartment was comfortable, clean, and centrally located. Great restaurants are within a couple of minutes walk in either direction. Would love to stay there again!"
    Guest: Michele Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 1, 2015
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  • Excellent Accommodations

    "We all (two couples) enjoyed our stay at Casa Maria very much, with the exception of the sea weed that is plaguing the entire Costa Maya and even in the Gulf. The house is very nicely furnished with all that you will need. If you cook alot the kitchen is well furnished but little in the way of seasonings and condiments so buy what you need in that regard. The charcoal BBQ was kind of difficult to get going but with practice should work fine. If you drive up and down the coastline you can find places to snorkel where the sea weed is not so concentrated. I understand that this is a very unusual year for the abundance of sea weed. We dined at Mayan Gardens and it was okay... kind of stifling as the dining area is set back behind the accommodations which block the sea breeze. Our favorite place to dine in Mahahual was at the very south end of the Malecon at a place called noch-kay (or something similar) which was a very casual place and their shrimp dishes are delicious... we tried them all, and the prices were very reasonable. I was surprised that even when the cruise ships were in, that town was still enjoyable and not overly crowded. The malecon definitely rolls up early, around sixish, so get there early to dine. Claudio lined us up with a fishing trip out of Mahahual that was really fun and fruitful... the fellas each caught 50 lb groupers impressing even the locals. It worked out to about $55 an hour for all four of us with only two fishing at a time. Erik also caught a nice barracuda which apparently are abundant in the area. Sting rays are also abundant in the area so watch when walking in the shallows... I saw several during our stay when snorkeling, one extremely large one. We went to see two of the ruins which were both really nice and the drive inland was beautiful. I think it was Kohunilich and Dzbaniche (or something like that). Claudio was very kind and helpful when needed and he also speaks very good english. All in all, another wonderful trip to the Costa Maya :) Thank you for sharing!!"
    Guest: Maria L. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 15, 2015
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