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Recent Quintana Roo reviews

  • perfect location in Cozumel - with pool and oceanfront

    "We recently visited your Villa Sol Ha property in Cozumel Mexico. It was a fairly large group celebrating my husband's finishing of the bar exam. Upon arrival we realized that year before last on our annual treck to Cozumel we had stayed a week at your other property on site there! Because I wasn't in charge of lodging on our last trip nobody knew until we arrived and pulled into the same driveway as last time -- we all thought it was a funny coincidence! As an owner you probably receive gripes more often than glowing reviews so everyone in the family felt it was important for me to email you regarding your caretakers who live on site. They were simply delightful! We saw them every day and had considerable opportunity to interact with them and we all just loved them. Every morning they were diligently cleaning the pool and the grounds areas quietly and without intrusion - but with a smile. They ALWAYS asked what was a convenient time to come in and clean as opposed to simply showing up. That was awesome! And when they did come in to clean it was always a good job. Every time we passed them coming or going on the property they were pleasant and smiling and happy to talk with us. We really enjoyed them and they made our trip even more pleasant. They do a great job maintaining the grounds and the home. We hope that we get to see them again on our next trip. You are lucky to have them on-site at your properties they take great personal care of everything. Thank you for a lovely stay- everything was perfect. I mean EVERYTHING. There wasn't one complaint from anyone in the family - and my retired parents were with us who have exceptionally high standards so that is really really saying something as they can typically find something that requires improvement. The fact that there was a cabinet stocked with calomine lotions and bug spray and a bowl stocked with little cookies/peanuts snacks was the most delightful surprise we have encountered at a rental home EVER. thank you for that."
    Guest: scuba Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014
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  • Island life

    "We usually stay down the road at Puerto Al Mar, but this time we decided to try something different and stay in a house instead of a condo. We arrived on a Sunday night and it was raining heavy and very dark, we thought "oh boy what have we gotten ourselves into." The next morning the sun came up and we stepped outside... it was beautiful. The grounds are very well kept and the little houses on the property are lovely. The oceanfront is quite nice, there isn't a lot of sandy area but there is enough to use if you have children or want to lay in the sand. There are two areas built into the rock, more like a sand-patio with an umbrella and chairs. We enjoyed these more than a literal beach because it most kept the daytrippers from walking all over our area while we relaxed. The property is very well maintained and the owners are as friendly as anyone could ask for. They always welcomed a warm conversation and were able to give some recommendations for places to visit that are a little off the beaten path and not well known by tourists. Only one issue with the palapa itself, one was that the water kept going out on the first day and the first day only. The owners were on it very quickly and it never lasted more than 10 minutes. It was nice to know they were that attentive, and it didn't effect our trip at all. Word of advice - this is a palapa and not an actual house with a solid roof. It is really a neat place but there can be insects inside (some quite large), although they weren't much of an issue. We saw about three insects inside during our stay but our neighbors didn't see any. Just prepare yourself that this is truly an island cottage and not a 5 star hotel. We found it made for a more "real" experience anyway. The drive into town takes about 10 minutes on a golf cart (a must have) but during our stay the main road on the west side of the island was closed for construction, which added some extra time to get into town. No worries though, just enjoy the east side of the island on your daily drives if you are visiting in the next month or two. All in all it was a different experience from our usual condo stay, quite low-key and much more like we really lived on the island and weren't visitors. The price is excellent and the beach area is PERFECT for many romantic sunsets with your significant other."
    Guest: M&EWood Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 17, 2014
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  • Secluded Retreat

    "We stayed at Casa de Suenos in early May, 2014. Note that when you rent this place you are renting a room within it, not the entire house. The upstairs has two bedrooms and a private kitchen. The downstairs has two bedrooms and shared kitchen. We were not told which room we were getting when we rented so you may want to know just fyi. When we were there the battery back up was not working so we were not allowed to use the ceiling fan in the bedroom. Most nights it was fine but on nights with no wind it was brutal. Check that this is fixed before you go. The caretakers are expats from the US and they were wonderful and very helpful. We loved them. Be aware they have some pets that wander the property which didn't bother us at all but you may want to know this if you are allergic or have an aversion to them. The grounds were very well maintained and the room was very clean. We snorkeled right out the door at the reef which was great. Diving was great with the XTC Dive Center and fishing with Costa de Cocos was very fun. Overall a fun trip to a beautiful remote part of Mexico."
    Guest: Dive/Fish Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 21, 2014
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  • Do I have to leave ?

    "My third visit to Mexico ... but without a doubt, the best! Casa Cielo is situated in a secure neighborhood within easy commute of Cancun. The house itself is situated just steps from the beach and a refreshing blue pool. The garden offers plenty of privacy and a great mix of sun and shade. It didn't take long for our group to settle in and feel at home. There are plenty of windows throughout and soaring ceilings in the living area which make the space seem larger than the photos online. The furnishings were comfortable and I especially enjoyed the Mexican folk art throughout. We enjoyed several amazing meals prepared by staff there (don't pass up this opportunity), but also took advantage of some wonderful restaurants in nearby Akumal and Tulum. The house and garden were kept clean and well maintained throughout our stay. The owner was incredibly helpful in trip planning as was the house manager that is available once you check in. We were able to plan our own adventures without the nagging sales people you encounter at some of the all inclusive resorts. Upon recommendation, we finally visited Xel-Ha park and also had a wonderful pool side massage at the house. You really can enjoy yourselves without leaving the house. There are kayaks, hammocks, snorkel gear on site. My only complaint is that my schedule didn't allow me to stay longer!"
    Guest: I needed a real vacation ... Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 5, 2014
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Quintana Roo Travel Tips

Quintana Roo has Perfect Beaches and Much More

The Mexican state of Quintana Roo is on the eastern part of Yucatán Peninsula. It is home to some of the best vacation areas in the country. Some visitors come seeking activity all day and dancing all night; others come for the tranquility of large beaches and warm seas. While the capital city of Quintana Roo is Chetumal, the state also includes Cancún, the islands of Cozumel, Isla Mujheres, and towns such as Bacalar, Felipe Carrillo Puerto and Playa del Carmen. Other places to visit are Puerto Juárez, Akumal, and Puerto Morelos. Remnants of the ancient Mayan civilization abound here, such as at Chaccbhoben, Coba, Kohunlich, Muyil, Tulum, Xel-Há, and Xcaret. And that is just a few! This is a large area, great for mixing relaxing on the beach with some water sports thrown in and day trips in an array of beautiful towns and ancient ruins.

Being geared to tourism, Quintana Roo is easy to explore and most people coming here take advantage of the many options to get around the area. Most choose to arrive via Cancún International Airport and many take a rental car option for maximum freedom to explore. Many choose Quintana Roo Mexico vacation rentals for the same reasons.

Beaches, Water Sports and Theme Parks Galore

Cancún, known as the Mexican Caribbean, sits on the Yucatán Channel and is a world-famous tourist location. Visitors here will enjoy some of the best beaches in the world with an exceptional amount of water sports, such as diving, swimming with dolphins and deep sea fishing. A short ferry ride takes visitors to the beautiful Isla Mujeres and one of the many attractions here is the incredible seafood! The island is a favorite for those who enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving on the many coral reefs. Another major attraction here is the facility for the rescue and breeding of sea turtles. Cancún has great shopping and a variety of theme parks, such as Xplor, Xcaret Eco Park and Xel-Ha.

For those who find the lure of exploration, the Riviera Maya will be a great experience. People come here for the archaeological sites, such as Coba and Tulum.

The town of Bacalar sits on a lagoon of the same name. This beautiful town dates from the 16th century and has a fascinating history of piracy. The 17th-century Fortress de San Felipe Bacalar is now a wonderful tourist attraction.

Those seeking quieter Quintana Roo Mexico resorts have many options to choose from. Puerto Morelos, with its mangrove swamp, or Akumal, meaning "place of the turtles" would make great options. There are many smaller resorts that are less crowded but with equally wonderful beaches and shopping. They are also within close proximity to larger towns for more lively activities.

Archaeological Sites to See

No visit to Quintana Roo Mexico condos is complete without exploring some of the incredible ancient sites in this region. Visitors will enjoy heading into the jungle to visit these sites. Bonampak is famous for its graphic murals of human sacrifice! Kohunlich, Dzibanche and Oxtankah are famous for the lush jungle, exotic birds and wildlife. Bring your bathing suit to Tulum, the "Walled City" where the beach is next to the site. Visitors can view the Fresco remnants before heading for a swim. Accessible by river via long boats is Yaxchilan. Deep in the Chiapas jungle, this site includes several Mayan ruins and is well worth a visit.

Make Your Vacation Perfect with the Perfect Accommodation

Visitors to Quintana Roo Mexico vacation rentals will find a huge variety of accommodation options available. Whether it is a spacious home in the heart of the city or a condo close to a quiet beach, you will find the perfect option. Rather than being bound to a room, these homes offer the space to relax and enjoy a welcoming environment. Homes are equipped with everything required to make a perfect vacation even better.

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