From: Rates nt 385 USD
Cancun Vacation Rental
Casa del Cielo has been professionally designed to provide comfort, luxury, privacy and security. Situated on a 1/2-acre lot with over 100 feet of beachfront, Casa del Cielo offers the best of both worlds - the luxury of the finest hotel combined with the privacy of a walled beachfront estate.
This Cancun vacation home is centrally located on the outskirts of Puerto Morelos, a quaint little fishing village, the estate is a 15 to 20 minute drive North to Cancun Airport and the heart of Cancun or South to Playa del Carmen. These nearby resort areas offer a wide variety of shopping, dining, dancing and much more.
The Cancun vacation villa is of exquisite contemporary design featuring spacious living and dining rooms, 4 bedrooms with private full baths (3 with terraces), a private 16 x 34 foot pool with swim up bar, roof top terrace, marble floors, countertops and nightstands, and enough glass doors and windows to make you almost feel as if you are outside.
Amenities include air-conditioning, ultra modern kitchen with dishwasher, garbage disposal and microwave. It has high speed internet with WI-FI access and an entertainment center equipped with a 32 inch flat screen satellite TV, VCR and Stereo. The furniture is imported from Italy and provides comfortable seating for 8 in both living and dining areas.
You can walk out on the covered deck which spans the length of the house for easy access to the pool and beach. Our swim-up bar seats eight in the pool is shaded by a large palapa. It's the perfect place to enjoy your favorite beverage in the afternoons. Access to the beach and the Caribbean is just steps away and a wash off shower is provided for your convenience. You can also enjoy a relaxing afternoon in one of the hammocks in our new area among the trees.
The living room of this Cancun accommodation features a black marble/glass block bar (seats 6), which lights up at night to provide a congenial atmosphere. For your added convenience the large rooftop terrace also has its own wet-bar and lounge chairs. It is a spectacular setting from which to watch the sunsets over the jungle or stargaze at night.
- BBQ Utensils
- Stove - Gas Refrigerator
- Microwave Full Kitchen
- Dishwasher Coffee Maker
- TV/VCR Stereo
- Phone Linens provided
- High Speed Internet CD Player
- Cable/Satellite TV Air Conditioning
- Pool Ceiling Fans
- Laundry Service WiFi (Wireless Internet Access)
- Blender Toaster
- Oven Outside Shower
We welcome normally up to 8 Adult Guests and 2 children but can accept additional guests under certain conditions, with: 4 Bedrooms (4BR), 4 Bathrooms (4.0 BA). 1 Downstairs bedroom with Queen size bed, fan, air-conditioning private bathroom and ocean view. 1 Upstairs bedroom with Queen size bed, fan, air-conditioning private bathroom and balcony ocean view. 1 Upstairs bedroom with Queen size bed, fan, air-conditioning private bathroom and balcony ocean view. 1 Upstairs bedroom with 2 Twin/Single Beds or King, fan, air-conditioning and private bathroom. 2 conventional Air beds. 1 raised airbed. 4 Full private bathrooms with toilet, sink, mirror, cabinets, shower and hair dryer , , Special: Gorgeous Beach with over 100 foot frontage to beach , , Upper Terrace with 360 degree view, Large wraparound Deck, Oven, Meal Service, Breakfast Included, Wet bar in Upper Terrace, On-site Cook, Beach-Towels, Beach-Chairs, Games, Safe for valuables, Telescope for star gazing, Entertainment Center, Garbage Disposal, Private Pool with Swim up bar, Daily-Maid Service, Sunsets-Exceptional, Sunrises-Exceptional, On-Site Watchman, Bottled water, Built-in Barbeque, Hair dryers in bath rooms, Pool Floats
- Horseback Riding Windsurfing
- Waterskiing Snorkeling/Diving
- Sailing Parasailing
- Fishing Boating
- Theaters / Cinemas Tennis
- Sightseeing Shopping
- Restaurants Horseshoes
- Golf Biking
Casa del Cielo is centrally located close to attractions in Puerto Morelos, Playa del Carmen and Cancun. It is at the gateway to the Mayan Rivera a corridor between Cancun and Tulum full with tourist attractions. The local area has Mayan archeological ruins, fresh water lagoons, dolphins to swim with, secluded beaches and parks, crystal clear water for swimming, fishing and water sports, horseback riding, Cancun and Playa del Carmen nightlife, outstanding golf courses, great star gazing, caves to explore and much more. For information on area activities and vacation tips click here ., , Beach Walks: Walking from Casa del Cielo you can walk the beach for miles in either direction. To the right a nice walk is to walk into the town of Puerto Morelos, have a drink or something to eat at one of the many restaurants and then to walk back. Wearing a hat, particularly in the midday sun is recommended., , From Casa del Cielo going left you can walk around the peninsula to an area with hundreds of sea shells (the story is that they were washed up during a storm). If you continue to walk you will come upon a large scuba diving outfit, an Italian Resort and then a Canadian resort where you might want to stop for a bite or a drink before walking back., , Snorkeling: You can go snorkeling on your own right in front of Casa del Cielo the reef is about 200 yards offshore making an easy swim. However unless you are experienced with the reef we suggest that you go out with one of the tours. There is a new dive shop about 150 yards down the beach and their are several snorkel/dive shops with experienced guides in the town of Puerto Morelos. You can take a two-hour snorkeling tour of the Palancar reef for around $20 USD. Well worth the experience. For additional information click here. Deep-sea fishing and boat charters are also available in Puerto Morelos. , , Dive Shops: There is a new dive shop just opening about 150 yards down the beach and there are several dive shops in Puerto Morelos click here for some information. For additional information on diving in the area click here., , Horseback riding: There are several options for horseback riding nearby. One is within a 15 minute drive. The costs vary as to what all you sign up for?.an estimate is around $40USD for a ride. There are rides into the jungle as well as on the beach. Another trip goes only into the jungle, includes lunch and a swim in a cenote (fresh water spring) and costs $75USD per person for half day. There is no place to rent horses and ride by oneself. You can sign up for trips at the travel agency in Puerto Morelos., , Sport Fishing: There are sport fishing boats for hire which run about $150USD per day for up to 4 fisherman. In Puerto Morelos, you may hire a boat with its captain to take you out fishing. The cost for this runs about $150USD and the boats can generally handle 4 fishermen. These are small (25 foot) boats that are used by the local fishermen. The prime time for fishing is mid March thru August. An annual Sport Fishing tournament is held in May each year that attracts fisherman from around the world. The catches include dorado (mahi mahi), tuna, blue marlin, sail fish, barracuda, wahoo, and other edible fish., , Kayaks: There are kayaks available to rent in town. These are designed more for inside the reef as they are not ocean kayaks. They rent for about $5 per hour. , , Other area attractions: Nature theme parks of Xcaret, Xel-Ha and Tres Rios are but a short 40 minute drive. Activities include snorkeling in caves and lagoons, diving, reef views, dolphin shows, jungle hikes and horseback riding. At Aktun-Chen, near Akumal has natural underground cave formations that make for a fascinating tour. The limestone terrain makes up the Yucatan Peninsula and over millions of years erosion has taken place giving way to hundreds of cenotes; natural sinkholes in the limestone crust which reveal the subterranean waters that flow beneath the region. , , The Mayan ruins at Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza are well worth seeing. You should schedule a day for each of these. Tulum is approximately an hour south and is a spectacular site which was a large ceremonial site. Coba the oldest of the Mayan ruins dates back to 600 AD and was once the home of some 60,000 inhabitants. The ruins are spread over 50 sq. km and includes the tallest pyramid of Mayan construction on the Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza is a very popular site that has undergone major restoration. The area is comprised of ruins of two ancient cultures, the Mayans and the Toltecs.
Daniel E. Peters
Casa del Cielo. Luxury Beachfront with Pool ID: 2763