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Recent Tankah reviews

  • Family vacation of a lifetime!!!

    "A picture of our trip now resides in a prominent place on my desk at work and in our home that conjures up day dreams and much needed remembrance during everyday life of the most memorable family vacation of our lives. Our family spans three generations and our past traditional family vacation never had the luxury of having full time daily housekeeping, an incredible chef makeing every meal and drink we could possible want and doing all the shopping! Having all these luuxries afforded us the ability to focus on the quality time, talk and adventures that this villa provided us as a family to enjoy. The house keeper was the kindest person you could ask to be able to relate to your grandchildren. And the chef put all the women at ease about not needing to cook or go out with his fabulous dishes and drinks. My favorite was the fresh grilled fish. The private beach area with the hammocks and the lounge chairs, the kayaks and the third floor balcony and well as the six porches provided the most inviting private space for our family to roam behind a fenced and very private area. This feeling of being in paradise fostered some much anticipated and essential one on one conversations that contributed to the shaping of my family’s future. As a true Hacienda located on huge lot KASS unfolded each day new and exciting individual and family living areas like none I have every experienced on vacation. Privacy and safety were right up there with comfort. We felt free to let the children roam like we did when we were children. So they would come back and report on the new things like turtles and birds that they had never seen with welcomed enthusiasm. The great room area is like the most luxurious hotel lobby one has ever been in with authentic antiques , one of a kind Mayan and Greek museum quality art, sculptures and furnishings that invited authentic interactions. We have family laughter in there like I have never experienced. I was so glad to finally be staying someplace that looked like I was staying is at a large luxurious Hacienda of past years and not another rental with most the of same kinds of furnishing and layout that one can experience up and down this beach in most of the rentals. The test of what it meant to my family can be seen in how often the youngest keep asking for when are we going back. They felt comfort in the water because the water was crystal clear, there was none of the seaweed that other beaches have been experiencing, the"
    Guest: Thomas M. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 3, 2016
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  • Doesn't get any better than this!

    "I travel south to the Maya Riviera about 2x/year and always rent a house on the water. This one has been my favorite so far. The location is outstanding, right between Akumal and Tulum and the lot is pretty private with a vacant one in between this home and Casa Soleada. The view cannot be beaten with a vast vista of Tankah Bay out the back, just steps to snorkeling, swimming or kayaking inside the reef. Weslin and Odalis were fantastic stewards making us feel right at home and respecting our desire for privacy. No need to eat out with this crew there to cook you the most delicious meals. The home is stocked to the nines so don't worry about water shoes, snorkeling gear, games or movies. You'll never regret booking Casa Playa Azul and I'll be back sooner than later!"
    Guest: Laura H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 19, 2016
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  • A Must Stay in the Area

    "This casa is one of the best I've rented in Tulum, hands down. VERY well maintained, it's spacious & comfortable. Gianni and Sue are pleasant hosts & took care of every detail including providing bottled water, coffee, cookware, linens to a wonderful staff to clean the entire house, clean dishes and the pool area every day! Sue is a fantastic cook, we recommend ordering a few meals ($10USD) & massage for only $20USD! They have menu with all offerings. Things to note: - You will need a car, this house is off the beaten track. - You will need water shoes to walk along the beach outside of the house. While the beach resort area of Tulum has white sandy beaches you can walk on, this area is noted for the coral reefs & rocky shoreline. It is great to have reefs right at our house, so we could just jump in the water & start snorkeling. - The bedrooms all have A/C, but the main common space of the house does not. The morning hours were the hottest in the backyard & house, since it faces the east & the beautiful wall of glass allows the sunlight to come pouring in. As long as you keep the A/C on in the bedrooms and your doors open throughout the day, the common space will cool down fine. - There is a very small bodega a bike ride or short drive down the dirt road where you can get emergency items, but it is limited. It is best to go to the Chedraui supermarket in the town of Tulum, about 10 min drive from the house. It is open until 10pm every night & has everything you will need, including clothing & electronics. - There are three restaurants a few minutes drive back down the dirt road towards the highway. We ate at two & HIGHLY recommend them! !) Blue Sky Hotel has good thin crust pizza and fish. Ask for the milk and butter fish which is not on the menu, but a staff favorite. Erik "the Viking" was a local who had a wonderful personality and great tips for the area & sight seeing that we wished we knew when first arrived; 2) Casa Cenote where you can sit on the beach & eat fresh caught lobster and fish, amazing food and drinks. Daniel was our server & a really easy to talk to guy. It is owned by an ex pat from Texas who does a Texas style BBQ every Sunday at noon if you're in the mood. - Coba vs. Chitzan Itza... Coba is closer (1 hr vs. 1:45 from house, not as manicured and you can still climb to the top.) If you go to Coba, definitely get a tour. You won't know what you're seeing without it & you can learn all about the flora & fauna as well."
    Guest: Lauren S. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 12, 2016
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  • Our favorite place in ALL of Tankah Bay!

    "We have traveled to Tankha Bay since 2007, and stayed at Casa Rosa our last 2 times. There simply is NO better location, beachfront and privacy for an authentic Mexican experience. Sure there are larger, more modern places but they lack the charming appeal of this amazing home. The kitchen remodel and outdoor grill/table were outstanding and well-used on our part! Bernardino, Maria and Noel are wonderful and helpful. Have Maria cook for you one (or more) nights for a special treat. The only request we would make is 1. A complete first aid kit and 2. A few plastic adirondak chairs for easy moves to the beach for reading. We'll be back!"
    Guest: Kathy C. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 19, 2016
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