One bedroom apartment by the Caribbean Sea

One bedroom apartment by the Caribbean Sea




Mar 2010

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our apartment is located on the first floor (one floor above ground level) of a condominium complex built at 100 meters from the beach. It has a living room with its own balcony overlooking a boulevard, one bedroom with a balcony overlooking the garden and swimming pool, bathroom with shower, kitchen and a small working room for washer, dryer and water heater. The bedroom has a king size bed and in the living room a fold-out sofa turns into a queen size bed. Beach chairs and towels are provided, the best beach club in Playa is only 50 meters away.
Our location is absolutely safe, tourist police across the street, a convenience store and Italian restaurant next door.


More about us

  1. We are a retired couple, myself a former businessman and my wife still heading a fashion and design school. We love to travel and to know different countries, interested mainly in art and architecture. We are quiet persons, non smokers and very respectful of other people's homes.

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Where is it?


Not too long ago, Playa del Carmen was a sleepy fishing village on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, on the North-East sector of the Yucatan peninsula. It started attracting tourists for its exceptional scuba diving conditions and its paradisiacal beaches, no less impressive than those in nearby Cozumel island. At present it has attained an enormous development, with plenty of luxury hotels, condominiums and restaurants. On the famous pedestrian 5th Avenue, you find side by side very fine restaurants offering not only Mexican cuisine, but French, Italian, Argentine and many others as well. As far as amusement is concerned, you can practice fishing, diving, swimming with the dolphins, sailing, boating, jet skiing, golf, sailing, parasailing and others. There is a number of Mayan ruins that can be visited, the nearest being Tulum, at less than one hour drive, and also Chichen Itza, Coba, Palenque and others. There are amazing theme parks, such as Xcaret, Xel Ha, Hidden Worlds, cenotes (caves with spring water). All sort of tours are organized to the different destinations, so there is practically no need of a car.

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