Located along the picture perfect white sand beach of Tankah, Casa Rosa offers visitors to Mexico's Riviera Maya the opportunity to enjoy what is so special about the area. A quiet white sand beach, a warm and friendly people and the incredible diversity of the coral reef system.
Here you can enjoy the privacy and tranquility of a small hidden bay while having many services and attractions within close proximity. Within a ten minute drive you can enjoy several fine restaurants, the historic Tulum ruins, Xel-Ha Nature Park, Manatee Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenote, and several other attractions.
For snorkelers Casa Rosa is a perfect place to enjoy your Mexican vacation. The Riviera Maya is home to the world's largest coral reef. Guests of Casa Rosa are just a few steps from the incredible beauty and diversity of these unique eco-systems. Also, just a short way from Casa Rosa is the famous Manatee Cenote - a freshwater cenote (spring), great for cooling off and exciting to snorkel.
Casa Rosa is an unforgettable and charming villa. Coconut palms and tropical gardens frame the villa. The tiled beachside pool and stunning turquoise waters of the Caribbean complete this vision of a tropical paradise. The beach and pool area are well furnished with lounge chairs and hammocks. Tankah Bay is home to flourishing coral reef system. A small outer reef break protects the bay making the conditions for snorkeling and kayaking excellent. Guests are welcome to use the two sea kayaks provided at the house.
On the main level a spacious and well equipped kitchen makes meal preparation easy. The staff of Casa Rosa is also available to prepare traditional Mayan meals, breakfast or afternoon appetizers. They are friendly and professional and will help make your vacation run smoothly. Also on the main level is an open living and dining area. This is a comfortable and airy space with easy access to the beachside swimming pool and patio lounge areas.
Three of the villas four bedrooms are located on the main level: 1) a master suite with king sized bed, private bathroom, and private, screened glass door with views and access out to the garden and ocean; 2) a junior suite with a queen sized bed, also featuring a private screened glass door with views and access out to the garden and ocean, this room shares a bathroom with the following; 3) a ground floor bedroom with a full sized and a single bed, lovely views of the lush garden and a shared bathroom.
On the upper level, the primary master suite enjoys incredible views and a sense of serenity you will never forget. The primary master suite is furnished with a king bed for your comfort. Outside of this Suite is a single bed – perfect for a teenager or nanny. It has a large private bath and sliding glass doors leading onto a rooftop terrazzo. This rooftop terrace offers spectacular views of the Caribbean and is a comfortable place to your friends and family, watch the stars, or soak up the sun and tropical breezes.
Now offering Vonage phone service and wireless internet for guest use!
Additional amenities include: beach chairs, beach towels, concierge, games, security system, private chef, movie/video library, flashlight, 3 restaurants located on tankah, stereo system with ipod docking, scuba diving, beach walking, exceptional views, boating, outdoor shower, microdyne, beach, water park, services nearby in akumal, near golf course, cd player, nearby grocery, taxi service available, residential gated community, cookware, beachcombing, nearby golf course, booster seat, exceptional sunrises, deep sea fishing, hammocks, candles, medical services nearby, theme park, massage available, restaurant w/in walking distance, wildlife viewing, local area night time security, water access, 2 two person kayaks, swimming, coffee maker, secluded, nearby internet cafe, purified drinking water, ocean side swimming pool, many nearby services in tulum, crib, pool floats, utensils, archeological sites, vonage phone free long distance, sight-seeing, craft shopping, nearby atm, restaurants w/in walking distanc, snorkeling....Read more
Left on 01/06/2013 for a stay in December 2012 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Jan 6, 2013Stayed Dec 2012
We had the opportunity to stay in this fantastic property and it is just absolutely amazing. The house is perfect ! great bedrooms, nice spaces and overall very nice maintained and with all of the needs to make your stay very comfortable. Outside, the great Caribbean sea, perfect view. The beach is not that good to swim as there is a lot of coral, but the two kayaks provided make enough fun to go further and then you can find nice spots with sand and very good for snorkeling too ... as a matter of fact, there are several tours that go just in front of the house with tourists paying to snorkel.
The service from the maid is great, nice dinner ...
If you are looking for a place outside the noise of Cancun and even Playa del Carmen this is the place to stay, also if you are planning to do more nature turism or archeologic, this is also the place as it is very close to lots of cenotes (underground rivers) and very close to Tulum ruins.
To sum up, this was the best vacation ever and we look forward to come back ...
Left on 04/07/2010 for a stay in March 2010 | Ian and ReneeReviewed Apr 7, 2010Stayed Mar 2010
We stayed at Casa Rosa with our 2 daughters and 2 small grand-daughters, and all of us had a really good time. The house was exactly as advertised, very comfortable and well-equipped, and really peaceful. It is indeed paradise!
Bernardino, the caretaker, and Maria, the housekeeper, were really great, always very helpful, and the meal they prepared for us at our request one evening was really delicious and not to be missed. It does make a difference having someone there if you need them, and Bernardino is great - discreet but always available. It's also reassuring to have Noel, the security guard, outside every night as it is such a quiet location.
It is difficult to imagine how this wonderful place could be any better.
Left on 05/30/2009 for a stay in May 2009 | Mary Beth W.Reviewed May 30, 2009Stayed May 2009
I enjoyed our stay at Casa Rosa. The location was perfect and the amenities met our expectations. We especially enjoyed relaxing under the palm trees and playing in the kayaks. We were disappointed in the cleanliness of the house. None of floors appeared to have been scrubbed and the tile in the kitchen and dining rooms was stained. We asked Maria for a mop, as were were going to clean them, and neither she or Bernardo could find one. When Eddie arrived to introduce himself, I asked if the floors could be mopped. He graciously said yes and spoke with Maria. A mop was eventually found, but all of the floors were not cleaned.
As far as the furnishings, the artwork and bedrooms were beautiful. The only thing I would change is the orange sofa as it was uncomfortable and did not fit in with the rest of the decor. One last thing, we bought food to cook on the grill, but the grill was rusty and in poor condition.
“THE NEXT BEST THING TO HAVING THE YUCATAN ALL TO YOURSELF”
Left on 08/23/2008 for a stay in August 2008 | Charles F.Reviewed Aug 23, 2008Stayed Aug 2008
I have traveled extensively around the globe for over 25 years. For personal travel, I stay whenever possible in vacation rental properties. I find they provide a more comfortable and memorable experience than hotels. That means I have stayed in a lot of rental properties in a wide variety of locations from Tuscany to the Gulf of Siam.
Casa Rosa may very well be the single best such property in which I have ever stayed. The location is suberb, the beach almost unbelievably white and pristine. We were out everyday enjoying the sites in the area, but, frankly, we really did not need to go anywhere. We could have had a fabulous time just staying at the house.
The condition of the property is flawless. The staff is courteous, attentive when they need to be and unobtrusive when that is required. Both of the local property managers visited us during our stay, and they were both class acts as well.
The cenote down the road is a real pleasure on a hot day. I snorkeled every day I was there in the bay out front and saw more fish than I had seen in many years of scuba diving, all within about fifteen minutes of the house.
The last night we were there, the baby turtles began to hatch from nests along the beach. Literally hundreds of them were becoming disoriented and wandering away from the water rather than toward it. The night guard, who was a true gentlemen, was out in the dark, scooping them up and taking them gently to the bay. He invited both our children to help, and they participated in saving dozens of these endangered animals. You could hardly ask for a more perfect way to end our vacation.
In short, if your plan is to drink your weight in tequila and sit by the pool with hundreds of other tourists - stay in Cancun. If you are looking for a real vacation and a chance to experience what the Yucatan has to offer, you would be hard pressed to do better than Casa Rosa.
Left on 05/07/2008 for a stay in May 2008 | Laurie L.Reviewed May 7, 2008Stayed May 2008
Perfect for families with kids. Lots of shade and nice small pool. We had a wonderful time, the bedding was so nice and cozy with flowers. I recommend this house. The kayak was very fun but remember to bring your own snorkal gear it is not provided. Also the gas grill does not work well at all because of the wind, we had to use a charcoal grill.
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