Nestled along the shores of Tulum, this beachfront vacation rental enjoys a private location along a secluded bay, decorated with palm trees, pristine white-sand, and endless ocean views. Casa Napa has seven luxurious bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and access to an outdoor area. The rooftop patio is known for its incredible sunrises, and sunsets. And, within fifteen minutes of Casa Napa, you’ll find shops, restaurants, historical sites, and more. Modern Mexican architecture meets the breezy, beachfront lifestyle at Casa Napa, and the combination is pure perfection. The sleek lines and classic black and white color-scheme of the villa are an elegant contrast to the sandy beach terrace and its tropical greenery and mature palm trees. Wide openings ensure fresh ocean breeze and natural sunlight fill interior spaces, embracing the highly desirable environment of Tulum. The open concept floor plan makes Napa a great space for hosting large groups, while smaller areas like home gym, steam room, media room, wet bar, and rooftop terrace ensure there’s always somewhere to go when a little extra privacy is needed.
Casa Napa enjoys only the finest electronics, indoor and outdoor systems, Wi-Fi, Apple and satellite television, and appliances. The formal and alfresco dining areas both have seating for all fourteen guests, and smaller sitting areas like the breakfast bar, and rooftop terrace are perfect should you require a little extra space at dinner. This villa is great for active vacationers, with two swimming pools, kayaks, snorkeling equipment, a volleyball net, and calm, clear waters for safe swimming. If you’re in the mood for even more aquatic exploration, within fifteen-minutes of home, you’ll be able to find scuba diving and kite surfing excursions. If you’d like to travel back in time, visit the Mayan Ruins of Tulum to learn about the history of the Riviera. And, if there’s a golfer in the group, Riviera Maya Golf Course is one of the most scenic courses in the country, with challenging oceanside fairways and dynamic views of Mexico’s rugged coast.