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Vacation homes with great property management are clean, well-equipped, and perfect for any size family. For instance, Mareazul condo 104N has spacious, airy rooms, and plenty of comfortable furnishings. In a hotel, you will not get this kind of space. Sprawl out, enjoy amazing views from double sliding-glass doors, or cook an amazing meal in the modern kitchen. Cool tile runs throughout the whole condo. Soak in a private Jacuzzi or have drinks with friends at the table on the covered patio. Use the pools to beat the heat, or take a few steps to the gorgeous beach and slip in the Caribbean waters.
Think about it – a hotel doesn’t have a large kitchen with stainless steel appliances or a table for six. Most hotels have a tiny ‘kitchenette’ with a mini-fridge and a microwave – hardly a place to prepare family favorites. Our vacation rentals also offer amenities like cabanas, tennis courts, golf, sun beds and so much more. They feel like a real home, instead of just a room.
Explore the Water
Let’s face it – people come to Mexico for the stunning, crystal clear waters. Playa del Carmen has plenty of water to choose from. Do you want to swim in the ocean? Riviera Maya (the coast of the Yucatan) is soft, white sand, and electric blue water. Snorkel in this water for visibility that parallels glass. Schedule a whale shark tour or a dolphin cruise.
For more water adventures, explore the underground rivers and caves of Rio Secreto. Caverns are filled with long fingers of stalactite and stalamite formations, a beautiful contrast to the glassy clearness of the waters. Strap on your life jackets and lighted helmets and wade through the cool waters of this unseen world. The guides can turn off the lights for guests to experience true silence and darkness.
Shop Fifth Avenue
Take your shopping game to new levels when you visit the Fifth Avenue of Mexico – Quinta Avenida. This is a tourist Mecca of jewelry, t-shirts, souvenirs, and more. Colorful murals, magnificent sculptures, and bars line this street. Explore the Tequila Museum. Mayan stone statues stand guard in front of shops with kitschy items like sombreros. You can find sugar skulls and pottery on the same street as the quiet, reverence of the Church of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Eat Your Heart Out
Stop in at the Lido Club de Playa for a cold Cerveza, some out-of-this-world ceviche, or a flavorful shrimp fajita. This beach bar has amazing views and stools to sit on as you sink your toes in the sand.
Have a strong Mexican coffee in the artsy El Hongo, while listening to live music. Multiple sauces enhance the authentic food served here. Homemade on the spot mole and adobo, flavored waters and lush desserts make this a favorite for locals and tourists alike. Be prepared to wait as everything is made fresh.
For special occasion meals, Nektar at Vidanta Riviera Maya is the place to reserve a table. Eat your steak and shrimp as you look out over the illuminated water from your table. Tropical drinks are sweet and strong. The open-air patio has soft seating under while inside paper lanterns add ambiance to the romantic setting.
Playa del Carmen Mexico is a land of beaches, bars, and underground wonders. Come and sample the fresh ceviche, snorkel in pristine waters, and then relax in your the vacation rentals. Whether you choose a condo or one of the rental homes, our property management at Casago will strive to make your vacation a memory that you can enjoy for years to come.