Luxury Villa Rentals in Mexican Riviera for 2 people
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The term Mexican Riviera was originally coined by a popular cruise line and refers to a stretch of popular tourist destinations on the western coast of Mexico. Because of this region's natural beauty and many cruise ship ports of call, there is a large selection of Mexican Riviera vacation rentals for travelers to choose from. There are over 20 cities comprising the Mexican Riviera and each has it's own distinct charm and attractions. Among the best known are Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo, Cabo San Lucas, Ixtapa and Mazatlan.
If you're booking a stay at a Mexican Riviera vacation rental, then you'll probably be flying there. Not to worry, because of the popularity of this region, there are several major international airports throughout the area, and smaller regional airports as well. If you are using a travel agent to book your trip, you will have no problem finding an option that works for you. If you are booking your vacation yourself, you can always ask the owner of your Mexican Riviera vacation rental to help you arrange transportation from the nearest airport.
Architecture may vary from region to region, but one thing that all Mexican Riviera vacation rentals have in common is that they are designed to showcase the beautiful oceans and beaches that surround them. You'll find mostly open concept designs with breathtaking views of your surroundings. Since the weather is generally sunny, it's not uncommon to have one or more 3-wall rooms with a completely open side. You can also expect beautiful tile-work; modern kitchens, bathrooms and furnishings; and a swimming pool. One of the reasons that so many people choose to rent a villa in the Mexican Riviera is the gorgeous weather and beautiful beaches. With consistent sun, beautiful beaches, and laid-back attitude, the Mexican Riviera is a delight for surfers and sun worshipers. If you are have an affinity for sightseeing, you'll enjoy the many cultural and historical attractions in the area. The Mexican Riviera has a rich history and there are many museums, monuments and ancient structures that you can visit. If you like shopping, you'll also enjoy the many areas where local artisans sell their hand-crafted souvenirs and collectibles.
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