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Recent Yucatan, Mayan Riviera reviews

  • Regina

    "I absolutely love staying here. We have booked it for a month every February for the last 3 years and have booked again next year. It feels like my home away from home!"
    Guest: horses Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 15, 2014
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  • WOW; unbeatable

    "The pictures do not do this place justice and simply cannot, since a big part of the enjoyment is experiencing all the advantages of this home's location and the incredible people who support and service your stay. LOCATION< LOCATION< LOCATION. First and last rule of a great vacation for a large family. We had 84 year old grandpa; and family of 6, kids: 12, 10. 7, 4. There was still comfortably room for another family of 4-6 and no chance we would have gotten in each others way. The pool had depth, size, and convenience unlike any villa we have stayed in; not some miniature kidney bean, token pool, but a big, play a lot, cool down, family fun pool with diving board, bar stools and plenty of toys to keep everyone occupied. The beach is sandy underfoot and soft to walk onto and groomed daily and very private at the opposite end of the stretch that leads to Akumal town after a half hour stroll. Quiet, paved, guarded lane gets you to this impressive ro of villas and you feel more modern and secure than staying at Tankah and beaches further south, but without any loss of romance and paradise. Tulum is a 10 minute drive and everything natural (and not just touristy/commercial) is between the house and there, including the best cents, open lagoons, cave snorkeling/diving, jungle excursions and white, sugary powdery sand meet turquoise water seascapes. Of course its terrific for ruins at Coba, which are unhurried and uncrowded and immersed in jungle or the obligatory Tulum ruins (which one must hit early before the buses from Cancun overrun the place). Everything needed is there and whatever you suspect may not be then Guille, the house manager who lives in the adjacent casita and is always available on call, will ensure you have it immediately. She is a treasure and along with Moises, the groundskeeper and Ruth, the housekeeper, they work seamlessly in the background, almost unnoticeably to constantly ensuring the house is in royal condition and you feel like a royal family on your visit. We were so spoiled and in awe of just watching stars and sunrises/sunsets against the silhouette of enormous swaying palms and beautiful flora that surrounded the house. The consistent breeze kept us cool and windows open allowed us to fall asleep to the ocean gently lapping 50 yards from the villa. WOW."
    Guest: Andy K. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 1, 2014
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  • Incredible

    "Wow, what a special place Casa Milagro is. I wanted to write a bad review, just to discourage folks from using Casa Milagro, so I could have my choice of future dates, but it would not be fair to discourage others from access this little picee of paradise. We (three couples, six folks) enjoyed ourselves so much, the beach was a short walk, and quiet, an added bonus. Loved the bathroom with each bedroom. Kitchen was perfect, everything we needed to make a few dinners, and we used the BBQ also. The pool was nice and relaxing, and we loved the deck upstairs. The maid service was great, and our drivers to and from the airport were very good, courteous and safe. The dinner prepared for us was outstanding, best molle sauce ever. Loved the bikes also, we used them several times to go grocery shopping. We also bought a couple of floaties for the pool or beach and a pump, which we left for the next guest. Also having the boogie boards and snorkelling equipment was a nice bonus. Casa Milagro is a fantastic spot. We will be back at some time in the future."
    Guest: David B. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 16, 2014
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  • Absolutely loved it!

    "We stayed here in June and absolutely loved it! Everything was described as we found it and more. The condo is well appointed with everything you need to relax and have fun. We enjoyed the beach every day and felt the location was far enough from the downtown area to be private, yet close enough to drive to in just a few a couple minutes. The lagoon made for great snorkeling and swimming! The pool was very nice to relax in after a day of snorkeling or beaching. Can't wait to go back next year!"
    Guest: Donna A. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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Yucatan, Mayan Riviera Travel Tips

Mayan Resorts Along the Yucatan Peninsula

On your next trip to the Yucatan Peninsula, consider traveling to Mayan resorts. The Mayan Riviera in Mexico is one of the more fascinating destination spots in the world. You have tropical beaches, ancient ruins, and a myriad of marine and wildlife, all steps away from Yucatan vacation rentals. The Mayan Riviera is more than one city; in fact, it is about 11 cities. Popular destinations for Yucatan villas include but are not limited to Playa del Carmen, Playacar, Akumal, Tulum, Puerto Aventuras, Puerto Morelos, and Xpu-Ha.

Forested Scenery near Yucatan Vacation Rentals

As you drive along route 307 to reach Yucatan vacation rentals, you will discover the land is flat and the scenery is akin to a flat forested region much like Canada or Europe. Interspersed along the highway are boulder-laden cliffs that will lead you down to clean, white sandy beaches. Once you arrive at Yucatan villas, you are able to sit on a private beach all day watching the waves roll in or playing in the surf. Playa del Carmen is the most popular Mayan Riviera destination where plenty of Mayan resorts await.

Yucatan Villas by Fifth Avenue

If you elect to stay in Playa del Carmen rather than other Mayan Riviera destinations, you can walk down Fifth Avenue on the local strip and pet wild lions, play with boa constrictors, or watch Maruichi bands. Many of the Yucatan villas are situated on the strip to provide you the most active nightlife and access to the beautiful beach. Cruises dock close to the strip, filling up the town with new faces each Tuesday and Thursday. Because so many cruise ships dock there, you'll find many jewelry stores, arts and crafts stores, and other retail shops that offer wonderful deals.

Mayan Resorts Provide Whale Shark Sightings

Water sports are the most attractive attractions in the Mayan Riviera. From Mayan resorts, you can head out to sea on a deep sea fishing tour or scuba dive boat. If you truly want a diving experience you will never forget, make sure the dive boat is heading to the known locations where the whale sharks hang out. Whale sharks can be very elusive creatures but dive boats in the Mayan Riviera have managed to find areas where they tend to hang out. At the end of your day with water sports, it may be time to head back to your Yucatan vacation rentals for a home-cooked Mexican meal.

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