Casa Los Charcos (loosely translated means 'house of ponds') is a uniquely secluded hideaway surrounded by lush, tropical gardens. Charcos is an Eden paradise promising privacy, tranquility, serenity, white sandy beaches, wild natural beauty, and a sophisticated, luxurious lifestyle.
With its large stretch of secluded beach and lushly landscaped gardens, this exceptional residence captures the essence of the ocean and the tropics at its best while offering the highest standards in accommodations and service. It provides the ideal setting for upscale discriminating travelers, large families or groups, and large-scale entertaining.
Privacy, security, and excellence of service are guaranteed round the clock. It is a place where you can relax ocean side or pool side in a serene haven of your own while only minutes away from the exciting daytime activities and famous night life of Quinta Avenida (5th Avenue).
Watch golden sunsets from the amazing master bedroom of your Mediterranean-style villa while listening to a background of exotic jungle sounds, or amble barefoot along the beautiful Caribbean and the expansive white-sand beaches.
Charcos has an amazing view of the Caribbean and the island of Cozumel from one of the more than 1 000 square feet of terraces. The lot is approximately 8 000 square feet, and because of its shape and intense vegetation, it is virtually impossible to see the house and pool area from the street. Casa Los Charcos is the most private villa in all of Playacar.
The house itself is a modern, magical marvel; the perfect tropical retreat, it offers a stunning location for guests to relax and experience the peace and tranquility of the Mexican Riviera.
The 625 square foot pool is heated and reaches seven feet at its deepest. It has a diving board and six seat Jacuzzi-style seating area with water massage. The pool also contains a five and a half horsepower Swim-Jet system that produces a current so that you can "do laps" while swimming in place. The house has central air conditioning and Direct TV satellite service in all the bedrooms.
|Category||Date Range||Rate||Min stay|
|Low||May 2 2021 to Nov 20 2021||$1,150 per Night||3 Nights|
|Thanksgiving||Nov 21 2021 to Nov 28 2021||$1,300 per Night||7 Nights|
|Low||Dec 1 2021 to Dec 15 2021||$1,150 per Night||3 Nights|
|Christmas | New Year's||Dec 16 2021 to Jan 5 2022||$3,000 per Night||7 Nights|
|High||Jan 6 2022 to Apr 9 2022||$1,350 per Night||5 Nights|
|Easter | Semana Santa||Apr 10 2022 to Apr 25 2022||$1,500 per Night||7 Nights|
|High||Apr 26 2022 to May 1 2022||$1,350 per Night||5 Nights|
|Low||May 2 2022 to Nov 20 2022||$1,150 per Night||3 Nights|
|Thanksgiving||Nov 21 2022 to Nov 28 2022||$1,300 per Night||7 Nights|
|Low||Dec 1 2022 to Dec 15 2022||$1,150 per Night||3 Nights|
|Christmas | New Year's||Dec 16 2022 to Jan 5 2023||$3,000 per Night||7 Nights|
|High||Jan 6 2023 to Apr 9 2023||$1,350 per Night||5 Nights|
|Easter | Semana Santa||Apr 10 2023 to Apr 25 2023||$1,500 per Night||7 Nights|
|Damage Insurance Non-refundable||$149 Flat|
|Check-in time:||16:00||Check-out time:||10:00|
• Security deposit of $1,500 may apply
• Rates are based on double occupancy
• Maximum occupancy: 10 guests
• No smoking; no pets
Casa Los Charcos is equipped with an array of amenities and services that include:
• Daily housekeeping services
• Daily cook services (breakfast and lunch)
• Pool cleaning and garden maintenance (midweek)
• One complimentary round trip airport transfer to and from Cancun International Airport
Amenities and services available upon request (extra charge):
• Chef and babysitting services
• Event fee
• Spa services
• Grocery pre-stocking
• Water sports
|Bedroom 1 | Master||1 Queen||2 Guests||Additional Info|
|Bedroom 2||1 King||2 Guests||Additional Info|
|Bedroom 3 | Master||1 King||2 Guests||Additional Info|
|Bedroom 4||1 King||2 Guests||Additional Info|
|Bedroom 5 | Office||2 Single||2 Guests||Additional Info|
|Bathroom 1 | Master||Toilet, Shower, Jet tub|
|Bathroom 2||Toilet, Shower, Jet tub|
|Bathroom 3 | Master||Toilet, Shower, Jet tub|
|Bathroom 4||Toilet, Shower, Jet tub|
|Bathroom 5 | Office||Toilet, Shower|
Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya
What can we say that has not already been said about Playa, with enough to do and see to last a dozen vacations, not even counting the day trips that take you further afield, Playa del Carmen is truly what you make it.
Daytime in Playa is spent by the water, as staying within a minute of a refreshing dip is the only way to beat the heat. Well, almost. You may also find yourself under the shade of a beach bar palapa, sipping cocktails of your choice, or even under the air-conditioning, shopping in Playa’s mix of luxury, artisan and hippie shops (plus the requisite souvenir boutiques). When evening rolls around, and everyone has finished rinsing the sand off their sun soaked bodies, the crowds descend on 5th Avenue, the famous “La Quinta” as it’s known locally, a dizzying two kilometer stretch of pedestrian-only strip lined with more bars, restaurants, shops and stalls than you could ever need. When the lights are on, music going, and tables open to the air, people-watching is at its best, and it’s hard not to get caught up in it. The food, too, rivals the best urban offerings in North America if you know where to look, especially in taking fresh local seafood and produce and elevating traditional Mexican cuisine to new heights.
You could truly have an entire trip without straying outside Playa del Carmen, but we recommend exploring a bit, as this is the perfect launching pad to see northern delights (whale sharks, Holbox, Cancun), those in the south (Tulum, Sian Kaan), and the jungle inland (ruins, cenotes and more).
You could call Playacar an extension of Playa del Carmen, but that would be doing a disservice to this sweet little community on the south side, gated physically and virtually from the hustle and bustle of the town beyond.
Playacar genuinely feels like a different world, with tree-lined winding streets (you might get a bit lost at first), agoutis and coatis roaming around and even Mayan ruins cropping up here and there unassumingly. It is quiet and friendly - expect a wave and 'hola' from your neighbors, or people you pass on the street. Divided into two 'phases', its got its own shops, a golf course, a few small parks and even a French bakery. While you can walk to most conveniences in Playacar, we think the best way to get around, or even just explore, is by bike. You will come across so many small beach entrances you’ll have trouble picking a favorite, but fortunately they all have a few things in common - super soft sand, no crowds, plus water in awe-inspiring shades of blue and turquoise. While all beaches are public in the region, the distance from Playa del Carmen means that very few non-residents make the trek here.
Of course the reason many people choose Playacar is its delightful proximity to Playa del Carmen town proper. Forget all those taxis you planned on taking, the best way to get your night started (and then work off the guacamole) is on foot. You will find yourself at the start of Playa’s famed Quinta Avenida, seemingly a world away from Playacar, in 10 to 15 minutes.
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