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Enter the gorgeous villa Casa Salinas II through an antique door from India where an elevator awaits to whisk you to all four floors and into a haven of elegance and unique art. Located right on a private sandy beach on the South Shore of Banderas Bay two miles south of town this beautifully furnished, 15 000 square feet, open and airy luxury villa is ideal for active living and entertaining. The high ceiling living room flows to an expansive pool patio and an endless view of the bay.
Casa Salinas II is designed to offer guests the utmost comfort and luxury during their stay. With that in mind, this villa is equipped with an array of amenities and services that include:
• Purified water
• Private beach
• Telephone (Vonage) available for calls to the United States
• Charter boat available for fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving or sightseeing (please inquire)
• Wheelchair accessible
• Houseman, housekeeping and cook available six days per week
• Children welcome (cribs and highchairs are available)
• Three meals per day (breakfast, light lunch and dinner, all food is optional and not included in the rate)
Special Health and Safety Measures
Disinfectant used for cleaning
Enhanced cleaning practices
High-touch surfaces disinfected
Linens washed at high-temp
Masks and Distancing protocols during Check-in/Checkout
Conchas Chinas is a beautiful residential area on the edge of town as you head south along the scenic coastal highway to Mismaloya. Developed in the 1970s when the affluent crowd from Gringo Gulch expanded south, multi-million-dollar villas line the highway that divides this prestigious neighborhood. The beach side of the highway is Lower Conchas Chinas; villas perched along the mountainside pertain to Upper Conchas Chinas. Santa Barbara street in lower Conchas Chinas winds past many of these walled estates and takes you down to Olas Altas street in Old Town.