GA VILLA

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Entire villa hosted by Gilda

  1. 16 guests
  2. 6 bedrooms
  3. 10 beds
  4. 7 baths
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GA Villa is an excepcional villa located in one of the most beautiful private beach communities with 24 hour gated security in the Mayan Rivera Coast, Playa Paraiso. The villa is just a two minute walk to the private quiet beach. GA Villa is fully furnished and equipped with all the needs to host a large family or groups. The Villa has an outdoor heated pool, large terrace with barbecues, hammocks and lushes garden. Your Vacation Villa awaits!!

The space
GA Villa has sits on a beach community lot with 1000 m2 and 558 m2 of construction.
On the first floor there are two completely equipped kitchens, two living room areas with comfortable furnishing, dining area, and laundry rooms. The villa has a head pool, large terrace with out door furniture, barbecue and hammocks. A lushes garden with palm trees and tropical flowers.

On the second floor you can find six bedrooms.
Two master rooms with a king bed, jacuzzi tubs, television, air conditioner, fan, black out shades, fine linens and a balcony.
Two bed rooms with two queen beds, bathroom with a shower, television, air conditioner, fan, black out shades, fine linens and a balcony.
Two bed rooms with one queen bed, one single bed bathroom with shower, air conditioner, and fine linens.

Where you'll sleep

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What this place offers

Garden view
Beach access
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Private pool
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Free washer – In unit
Free dryer – In unit

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Where you’ll be

Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Planning a vacation in Playa del Carmen? We’re here to help!
Referred to by locals simply as “Playa”, Playa del Carmen is all about beautiful beaches, buzzy nightlife, and lush landscapes. Situated on the strip of Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula known as the Riviera Maya, overlooking the Caribbean Sea, Playa del Carmen has a reputation as a stylish destination. No wonder, as its compact downtown full of shops, bars, and restaurants make this town the ideal choice for a memorable vacation. Playa’s cobbled main street, Quinta Avenida, or Fifth Avenue, is the epicenter of life in the town both day and night and is a great spot for people-watching.
Playa del Carmen is easily accessible from either Cancun Airport, which is approximately 45 minutes away by car, or from the much smaller Cozumel Airport, which is a 45-minute journey by ferry from the island of Cozumel. Visitors to Playa del Carmen can expect pleasant temperatures all year round, but the town is at its best in late spring, when the beaches are quietest. Hurricane season lasts from June to September, so if you’re planning to travel during this period be sure to check the forecast.
Marvel at the magnificent Chichen Itza
Although Chichen Itza is a two-hour drive inland from Playa del Carmen, it is well worth the trip to see the remains of what was once one of the greatest Mayan cities on the Yucatan peninsula. Archaeologists believe that the rise of Chichen Itza as a major power started around 600 A.D. and continued until the 13th century when the Maya revolted against the rulers of Chichen Itza. Fortunately, the site has been very well preserved and provides an excellent insight into how the Mayan and Toltec people saw the world. The major monuments include the Pyramid of Kukulkan, known as El Castillo, which is a temple dedicated to the feathered serpent god Kukulkan; the Interior Temple, which is home to King Kukulkan’s jaguar throne, and the Great Ballcourt, which is one of the largest, most impressive, and best-preserved courts for playing the Mesoamerican ballgame in the whole of Central America.
Swim in cenotes
Of course, the beach is a major draw for visitors to Playa del Carmen, but there is another option for anyone looking for a special spot to swim, snorkel, or dive. Cenotes – which are natural sinkholes in the limestone bedrock – are found all over the Yucatan peninsula, and while some are very small, others have become very popular with locals and tourists who come to enjoy the clear, bright-blue waters. Just 20 minutes’ drive from Playa del Carmen, you’ll find Cenote Jardin del Eden, one of the prettiest in the region, which is surrounded by lush greenery and huge rocks which are perfect for sunbathing or diving.
Explore bohemian Tulum
Located a little off the beaten path around an hour’s drive south of Playa del Carmen, Tulum is a laid-back, hippie-ish little town which makes for a great day trip destination. Like many towns on the Yucatan peninsula, Tulum has its share of Mayan ruins – the difference here is that Tulum’s ruins boast an unrivaled location overlooking the jade waters of the Caribbean Sea, and have over recent years become one of Mexico’s most emblematic images. Tulum is also home to the beautiful Paradise Beach, which is undeniably deserving of its moniker. Powdery white sands, picture-perfect palm trees, and crystal clear waters make this the archetypal tropical utopia.
Take a trip to Isla Cozumel
Though Cozumel is only 12 miles or so off the coast of Playa del Carmen, and reachable by ferry in just 45 minutes, the island has a distinctly Caribbean feel and a unique energy that make it well worth a visit. The main draw for many visitors to Cozumel is the island’s fantastic beaches and the opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving. Palancar Beach is a particularly popular spot, thanks to the reef located just offshore, which provides excellent diving conditions for beginner and more experienced divers alike. Cozumel is also home to some smaller – but nonetheless interesting – Mayan ruins, including El Cedral, which was once a fertility temple, and still holds religious significance for locals, and San Gervasio, which is thought to have been the location of the sanctuary of the Mayan goddess Ixchel. The best (and most fun) way to explore Cozumel is to hire a scooter in the main town of San Miguel, but it is also possible to get around by taxi.

Hosted by Gilda

  1. Joined in January 2015
  • 183 Reviews
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Hello, my name is Gilda. I’m a Canadian citizen, now living in our beautiful paradise Cancun. It will be my pleasure to be your host and concierge to this beautiful Villas.
Feel free to contact me for further information.

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Gilda is a Superhost

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Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
No smoking
Pets are allowed

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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