Located in the Boca Paila section of the Sian Kaan Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, luxurious Casa Maya Ka’an is situated on one of the most pristine and beautiful beaches in the area. Casa Maya Ka’an is exquisitely designed for groups of families and friends to get away and have an relaxing vacation. This home was created for those who expect the best in quality, but ask for the beauty and tranquility of the undisturbed Caribbean.
Besides an impeccable beach, Casa Maya Ka’an also has the distinct advantage of direct access to Caapechen Lagoon. Sian Kaan offers world class saltwater fishing including bonefish, tarpon and permit.
With its protected natural beauty, one can observe birds such as the Tri-colored Heron, the Roseate Spoonbill and the Frigate in their natural habitats while surrounded by mangroves. Fishing, kayaking or float trips can easily be arranged at an additional charge. The Mayan Ruins of Tulum and Coba are both a short distance away.
This 3,875 sq ft elegantly modern home has four spacious air conditioned bedrooms with three ensuite bathrooms, plus one guest bathroom. It has been furnished by the owners using traditional woods and Oaxacan fabrics with attention to comfortable family living and gracious details. It has every modern amenity including Sky Television, internet, XBox 360, Wii, DVD player and a small movie collection. The chef designed kitchen was created for intimate family gatherings as well as large-scale social and special events. A stunning and open concept of indoor + outdoor space combines living, dining, terrace, kitchen, common spaces in an eloquent and spacious flow allow guests to enjoy all aspects of the home in an effortless manner.
The downstairs has a large open floor plan with a living area which includes two queen sleeper sofas, TV area with a wide screen TV ideal for gathering, a grand dining room which seats 18 – 20. The kitchen has all top appliances including a Viking stove, double ovens, Sub Zero refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, etc. A long zapote wooden bar between the kitchen and dining room provides a serving area as well as additional seating. There is one bedroom downstairs with a double bed and full private bathroom.
The upstairs has 3 master bedrooms:
Bedroom 1 has a king size bed and a large sitting area, with a built in sofa that can be made into a single bed for an added guest. There is a wide screen TV in the sitting area that can rotate to the bed area as well. The built in desk sits beneath a great window which provides a fabulous view of the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. The master bathroom has a round Japanese soaking tub as well as a walk in rain shower. The vanity area has a long counter with 2 sinks and sits beneath a window framing the ocean.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 have 2 queen beds each as well as 2 built in beds dressed as large sofas for additional sleeping. Each bedroom has a private shower and vanity area with 2 sinks each. The toilet is shared between the 2 bedrooms. You can sleep up to 6 people in each bedroom plus 3 in the master.
Casa Maya Ka’an can sleep a total of 21 guests comfortably.
11 Jan / 28 Feb
01 Mar / 31 May
02 Apr / 16 Apr
01 Jun / 30 Sep
01 Oct / 30 Nov
24 Nov / 29 Nov
01 Dec / 14 Dec
15 Dec / 10 Jan
Please note, taxes and security deposits are additional to the quoted price
***Please note, due to Sian Ka’an being a protected reserve, it is not permitted to bring external ATVs, water sports equipment such as kiteboards, or audio equipment. It is also forbidden to fish, in order to protect the endangered sea life. Additionally, pets are not allowed.
Please be aware that, due to warming weather and fluctuating ocean currents, the Riviera Maya may experience the presence of naturally occurring seaweed during the hotter months of the year.
|Cancun International Airport||
|Playa del Carmen||
|Beach – beachfront||onsite|
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