Luxury Oceanfront One Bedroom Condo with Pool
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|Not Suitable for Elderly|
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|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
|Living space||1100 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyNo
|Theme||Golf, Luxury, Romantic, Beach, Ocean, Resort|
Description from the owner
This privately owned 1,100 sq. feet one bedroom executive condo is located at the property of Camino Real Zaashila hotel, a well-established chain in Mexico. Built in the Mediterranean style, stunning white Zaashila enjoys the best location in Huatulco - Tangolunda Bay, occupying the best part of the bay with a private 1,300 feet (400m) long sand beach. The condo guests enjoy the same privileges as the hotel guests, including access to and use of all of the hotel's amenities, such as four fine reasonably priced restaurants, three excellent bars, two magnificent swimming pools, a tennis court, a gymnasium, Jacuzzi, and a massage room. During h...Read more
Luxury Oceanfront One Bedroom Condo with Pool
Huatulco, Mexican Riviera-Pacific Coast, Mexico
Additional Location Information
Huatulco is located in the state of Oaxaca where the foothills of the Sierra Madre del Sur Mountains meet the Pacific Ocean, approximately 500 km south of Acapulco, Guerrero. Nine breathtaking bays and 36 sandy beaches of Huatulco stretch over 26 kilometers along the coast of the Mexican Pacific between the outlets of Coyula and Copalita rivers.
After the Spanish Conquest, Huatulco prospered as a port under HernĂˇn CortĂ©s' control, serving as a vantage point for Spanish galleons and a distribution center for supplies on the Pacific coast. In the XVI century Huatulco was frequently visited by pirates Francis Drake and Thomas Cavendish who eventually managed to burn the prosperous city-port. In 1984, FONATUR (Fondo Nacional de Turismo), a government agency dedicated to the development of tourism in Mexico, acquired 21,000 hectares of land and began developing a resort, similar to that in CancĂşn. Today, it is truly one of the most beautiful areas on the Mexican Pacific Coast.
Recently opened pre-Hispanic Copalita Eco-Archaeological Park, dating back at least 2500 years is just five minutes away. The park reflects the grand Mixtec, Zapotec and Chontal cultures that once resided here. This is the first and only destination of its kind on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, providing tourists with a unique mixture of historical and ecological culture along with the beach fun.
Huatulco, also known as Bahias de Huatulco, has a small international airport located just 20 minutes from the main resorts in Tangolunda Bay. You can fly to Huatulco from Mexico City on Aeromexico or Magnicharters, and on United Airlines from several US airports. During high seasons, there is a number of charter flights between the US and Huatulco.
Sun shines in Huatulco on average 330 days a year with the average temperature of 28 Â°C (82.4 Â°F). The dry season extends from December to May, and the rainy season is from June to November.
Tangolunda Bay is home to luxury hotels (Camino Real Zaashila and Quinta Real being the best), two commercial centers, restaurants, and an 18-hole golf course.
Santa Cruz Bay was originally a small fishing village. Upscale and palapa style restaurants line the beach. Santa Cruz also has several small shopping areas and the marina. You will also find Playa La Entrega beach on this bay. The beaches here are excellent for swimming.
Named after cacti, Organos and Maguey are twin bays that form a heart shape. The former is accessible only by boat or by foot on a path from Santa Cruz. Both are beautiful and good for swimming and snorkeling. Organos has no services at all but Maguey has beachfront eateries selling freshly grilled fish and cold beer. You may be able to rent jet ski there.
Cacaluta, Chachacual and San AgustĂn bays are most easily accessed by boat, although locals can show you how to get to some of their beaches on foot, bike or a car. Cacaluta is a beautiful beach that is good for shelling and has offshore reefs for diving. When conditions are right, Chachacual has great snorkeling at lovely Playa La India.
Farthest west of the Huatulco beaches, San AgustĂn bay has eateries on the sand where you can rent a mask and fins or a hammock for a siesta or even an impromptu overnight stay. Divers head for the coral reef near the small offshore island and in deeper water, a sunken ship.
East of Tangolunda Bay, BahĂa Conejos has several pretty beaches ideal for fishing or swimming. La Bocana, near the mouth of the Copalita River, has two beachfront restaurants and sometimes, surfable waves. The best surfing though is 25 minutes north by car at Barra de la Cruz, where international surfing competitions have been held in the last few years.
Cacaluta Bay and La Montosa reefs, El Tigre and the sunken ship at El Bufadero are excellent spots for diving.
Location Type Beach, Ocean, Resort
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$175 - $375||$175 - $375||$1,125 - $2,625||$2,500||1 night|
|Dec. 23 2012 - Jan. 1 2013||$375||$375||$2,625||-||1 night|
|All Other Dates||$175||$175||$1,125||$2,500||1 night|
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Additional notes from owner
Cleaning fee: 260 Mexican pesos/day (covers tow adults).
50 Mexican pesos per adult person (older than 12 years old) over two
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