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We have stayed in the penthouse at La Ka'naab on three different occasions and have loved it every time. The unit itself is beautiful and the view is amazing! We've tried some other places in the area but La Ka'naab is our favorite!
Review by Pam on March 04, 2015
We stayed in La Bahia #4 in December 2014. We had an awesome time! The location is great. The view of the beach from the living area is amazing. We will definitely return.
Review by Pam on March 04, 2015
We just spent 7 days at this beautiful "compound" and everything was absolutely wonderful - the pictures do not do it justice. We came as a group of 9 with the youngest at 9 and the oldest at 72. We had 3 young girls on the trip and we always felt safe. We walked down the street one evening for dinner and often took the gold cart to dinner or the beach. The snorkeling was great with multiple turtle encounters on every trip. We also visited Cabo, Xcaret, Tulum, and Puerto Adventura for the Dolphin Discovery. All three generations will remember this fantastic vacation/experience for the rest of our lives.
Review by Eric V on February 01, 2015
Just the relaxing trip I needed.
Review by Dr. Yaron Lohr on December 02, 2014
The pictures do not do this place justice and simply cannot, since a big part of the enjoyment is experiencing all the advantages of this home's location and the incredible people who support and service your stay. LOCATION< LOCATION< LOCATION. First and last rule of a great vacation for a large family. We had 84 year old grandpa; and family of 6, kids: 12, 10. 7, 4. There was still comfortably room for another family of 4-6 and no chance we would have gotten in each others way. The pool had depth, size, and convenience unlike any villa we have stayed in; not some miniature kidney bean, token pool, but a big, play a lot, cool down, family fun pool with diving board, bar stools and plenty of toys to keep everyone occupied. The beach is sandy underfoot and soft to walk onto and groomed daily and very private at the opposite end of the stretch that leads to Akumal town after a half hour stroll. Quiet, paved, guarded lane gets you to this impressive ro[w] of villas and you feel more modern and secure than staying at Tankah and beaches further south, but without any loss of romance and paradise. Tulum is a 10 minute drive and everything natural (and not just touristy/commercial) is between the house and there, including the best cents, open lagoons, cave snorkeling/diving, jungle excursions and white, sugary powdery sand meet turquoise water seascapes. Of course its terrific for ruins at Coba, which are unhurried and uncrowded and immersed in jungle or the obligatory Tulum ruins (which one must hit early before the buses from Cancun overrun the place). Everything needed is there and whatever you suspect may not be then Guille, the house manager who lives in the adjacent casita and is always available on call, will ensure you have it immediately. She is a treasure and along with Moises, the groundskeeper and Ruth, the housekeeper, they work seamlessly in the background, almost unnoticeably to constantly ensuring the house is in royal condition and you feel like a royal family on your visit. We were so spoiled and in awe of just watching stars and sunrises/sunsets against the silhouette of enormous swaying palms and beautiful flora that surrounded the house. The consistent breeze kept us cool and windows open allowed us to fall asleep to the ocean gently lapping 50 yards from the villa. WOW.
Review by Andy K on December 01, 2014
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