Casa Rosa has a laid-back casual beach style with an artistic flair. This house has a great home-away-from-home feel and all the amenities you're likely to need for a great vacation, including a staff that's available by request to prepare traditional Mayan meals, breakfast or afternoon appetizers.
On the beach level the front door opens to the main living space. On the left is a fully equipped kitchen with the major appliances plus a microwave, toaster-oven, blender, coffee maker, etc., and a breakfast peninsula with seating for three. Next to the kitchen is a spacious dining room with seating for eight. Beyond the dining room is the living room with sofa, chairs, satellite TV, DVD, CD and a glass slider to the pool deck, pool and beach. Out on the pool deck there are plenty of sun lounges for the pool and beach. A lovely stand of coconut palms provides plenty of shade and places to string up a hammock. This is a great way to pass some time just enjoying the view with your favorite beverage or a good book.
There are 4 bedrooms, one on the upper level and three on beach level. The master bedroom at beach level has a king size bed, private bathroom and private glass slider to the garden and ocean. A guest bedroom has a queen sized bed and its own glass slider out to the sand and sea. A third bedroom on this level has a double bed, single bed and shared bathroom with the first guest bedroom.
On the upper level is an ocean view master suite with a king bed and private ocean view lounge area with shade arbor. This suite is alone on the upper level and provides additional privacy, and beautiful elevated views out on the cocos and sea. At night the terrace great for stargazing. There is also a master bathroom on the upper level.
Tankah Bay has good snorkeling and excellent kayaking within the shelter of the outer reef. A couple minutes up the street are Casa Cenote and Blue Sky restaurants, plus nearby Tankah Inn restaurant and dive shop. On the highway, Tulum is 15 minutes south and Akumal 15 minutes north for more sight seeing, restaurants, and of course the Tulum ruins.