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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 Quintana Roo reviews

  • You will love this villa!

    "I wanted a pretty condo on a warm beach for my 50th birthday. I didn't want all-inclusive. This villa is a large, clean, 5-story beachfront home with private beach access. It's in the gated community of Solymar at km 18.7 Blvd Kukulcan- the quiet end of the Cancun 'strip' (10 mins from airport). The first floor is the main living area, kitchen, bar area, and patio/beach access with 4 lounge chairs and a table/umbrella/chairs. The 2nd floor is the entry, full laundry room, bedroom with 2 twin beds, and a bathroom. The 3rd floor is the master suite, large bath with double vanities & large shower, and a balcony with lounge chairs. The 4th floor is a bedroom with 2 full beds and a bathroom. The 5th floor is a rooftop terrace with more lounge chairs. The view from everywhere is spectacular--turquoise water and white sand! The villa has air conditioning in each bedroom and in the living room, WiFi, a safe, a purified water cooler, hair dryers, blender, toaster, coffee maker, microwave, cooler, beach umbrella, electrical outlets like USA (so no adapters needed), beach towels, wine glasses, plenty of ice trays, etc. All you need are your clothes and personal items!! I would suggest bringing $50-100 in Pesos for the bus and for tips; but most everyone takes (and likes) US dollars or credit cards. Cancun is very easy to navigate and you do not need a rental car---catch any of the buses that run 24/7 anywhere on Blvd Kukulcan and tell the driver where you want to go for 10.5 Pesos ($0.50 US) per person. There are plenty of taxis available also, but they are more expensive. We ate breakfast and lunch in the villa, and took the bus to/from dinner every night. The closest grocery store, Soriana, is in a mall at km 13 Blvd Kukulcan. It's small, but had everything we needed. The larger grocery store, Chedraui Selecto, is at km 9. Be sure to check out the 2nd floor--produce, liquor and specialty items. I took my canvas grocery bags and they were great for hauling all our groceries on the bus. Eggs and milk are not refrigerated; pastries are fabulous, and tequila is cheap! I highly recommend the on-site massage at Solymar - $40/hour. There's a large pool and bar about 20 steps from the villa. Cheap drinks! We tried the beach restaurant and were disappointed. The other restaurant is all buffet and didn't look good. Miriam, the property manager, is so friendly and was always available to help and answer all of our questions! You will love staying here!"
    Guest: Lisa & David M. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 9, 2017
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  • Perfect Centro location

    "Steps away from restaurants, night clubs, shopping, and two beaches this simply but very thoughtfully appointed first floor flat will fulfill all your desires to "live local" and partake as fully as a visitor can in the complete Isla experience. While it could be noisy on the Christmas weekend nights, the patio with plunge pool, cable tv, handy purified water, great windows and doors to open or close, and the AC in the bedrooms let you feel perfectly comfortable and at home. The owner and his on location help were very responsive when we had a couple questions. All in all, if you want to get away from a "packaged" resort experience and live local you could not do better than here!"
    Guest: mary Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • Bel appart!

    "Mon conjoint et moi avons passé une semaine à Puerto Morelos. Nous avons bien aimé notre appartement. Il est très près de la plage, seulement la rue à traverser, près des restaurants et de la place centrale. Il y avait 3 vélos à notre disposition pour se balader ou aller au supermarché au village, à 2 km de distance. La piscine est petite mais bien rafraîchissante, il y a une terrasse commune sur le toit d'où on voit la mer et les couchers de soleil. Notre appartement, au rez de chaussée, avait une petite cour arrière exclusive avec table, chaises et crochets pour hamac, fourni. L'appartement était très propre et calme, eau embouteillés incluses. La cuisine était plus ou moins bien équipée pour la préparation des repas, que le nécessaire au niveau des ustensiles, des chaudrons. Nous vous recommandons cet endroit si vous cherchez le soleil et le repos."
    Guest: Michel L. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 18, 2017
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  • Lovely little casa and great location to explore the local beaches.

    "My husband and I had a wonderful 2 weeks staying at this lovely little casa. The photos represent the property well. The home was clean and simple and had all the basics that you need. It was a bonus to have the 2 bikes which we used to cycle to the village to pick up groceries, although it is also just a short walk away. We took the Ado bus from the airport to Playa del Carmen and then found the colectivo bus to Chan Chemuyil which was easy and cheap. The property manager was waiting for us when we arrived. We didn't manage to get internet connection locally but it was available in lots of cafes in Tulum and Akamul. We found some lovely beaches between Akamul and Tulum and our favourites were Soliman Beach and Xcacel. Take you own snorkel and flippers - it was well worth it as we saw corals, turtles, rays and a huge variety of fish! We loved Brenda's recommendation of El Camelo restaurant in Tulum and the seafood was cheap and delicious! We would stay here again!"
    Guest: Robin & Sarah L. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 11, 2017
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