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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Villa La Estancia reviews

  • Very comforatable and spacious

    "This place is beautiful and very spacious. Very comfortable with recently updated appliances and furniture. The Villa La Estancia is in a perfect location - relaxing environment on the beach but close to all of the entertainment needed. Also in walking distance to town. The staff was excellent. Extremely friendly and very helpful. Steve, the owner, provided everything we needed to know about the area and was very responsive to our inquiries. Very easy booking process. I would definitely work with Steve again on future visits. Highly recommended"
    Guest: Eric B. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: January 25, 2016
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  • Exceeded expectations for first trip to Cabo

    "Great experience from initial contact through check out. Property is beautiful, spacious and well kept: Feels like home. View and location is fantastic, with easy access to pool, beach, town center, and Costco and Walmart. Villa staff are pleasant and accommodating, although there is a sales pitch for their next door time share that you can't seem to avoid. Curt was very responsive and very helpful. Can't recommend this place highly enough for your trip to Cabo."
    Guest: David W. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 28, 2016
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  • Great Stay!!!

    "My girlfriends and I rented Jason's villa for my bachelorette party. The place was clean and centrally located and absolutely beautiful. The unit is very spacious and fit 7 of us for 5 days with room to spare. The property itself has great food and drinks and the pool was great for relaxing. Location is a 10 minute walk on the beach to the Mango Deck and other beachfront bars and just a 5 minute cab ride to the marina. Jason was an amazing host and helped us get our transportation nailed down and was an absolutely fantastic host. I will definitely be staying at Jason's again!!!"
    Guest: Jessica S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 7, 2016
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  • WOW! Truly a 5-star experience - Part III

    "For Walmart, and town – just walk right outside the resort. There are local buses every 10 minutes or so…. 3 lines, but each of them go to Walmart first and then to town before they do their full 1.5 hour loops. My 3 year old and I did the full loop once for fun. VERY bouncy so not for the queasy – and you need to be pretty adventurous because you go way out to the rural poor areas – but if you really want to see some non-tourist parts of Mexico, it’s an experience. You’ll need to take a taxi back/stand is right outside Walmart (or walk back from town which we did a few times --- just walk right by McDonald’s – yes you can never get too far away from “America” in tourist-Mexico! Fair is 12 pesos – or you pay with a $1 bill. Yes it bounces like crazy --- but it’s a 5 minute adventure. Walmart has EVERYTHING and I mean EVERYTHING. Stock up and enjoy. They also sell Wine and Alcohol. There is a huge spirits store in the same complex – think “BevMo” with lots of selection --- and a nice food court with about 8 restaurants. We ate there a few times as part of our shopping – pretty much the best deal we found and delicious! We even came back to the Sushi restaurant (Koi Sushi) – which was recommended – and VERY good actually with really good prices too! You can walk into town and the Marina – along the road --- or the beach – but’s it a pretty good distance. Bus (see above) or taxi is better option. Also outside the property is an amazing bakery with cinnamon rolls. You’ll find another kiosk from this bakery just outside Walmart (pretzel rolls, etc.) but for the cinnamon, you have to go the main one. The Marina has high end shopping, lots of U.S. chain restaurants and shops like Haagen Daas, etc. and lots of great Mexican food. If you want to have fish therapy/fish pedicure, do it at the Paradiso Mall in the center court – it’s half the price of the Villa del Arco spa – but DO go into that spa and check it out --- wow – it’s supposedly the largest in Latin America and is just beautiful. Treatments are overpriced, but when in Rome…. When in town, go over and watch the cruise ships arrive and all the day tour operators jocky for business. Cacophony of craziness! Book a sport fishing charter, Scuba (or SNUBA which we did with my 7 year old who loved it) or Sea Trek which will be back operating soon/the area on the sea floor needed time for sand to rebuild after the Hurricane), swim with dolphins, ..."
    Guest: John V. Date of Stay: November 2015 Review Submitted: March 2, 2016
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