- Updated On:
- June 20, 2018
- 6 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
Casa Xelha 2 is a fabulous Acapulco vacation rental home for any kind of beach getaway and is particularly apt for a family vacation in a tropical paradise on the Mexican Pacific. This luxury Acapulco holiday hideaway is located on the grounds of the luxurious Mayan Country Club, and up to seven guests at Casa Xelha 2 enjoy free access to the luxury facilities of the hotel, including the largest pool you’ve ever seen, a wonderful aquatic park for the kids, full use of the spectacular 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, and the nearby beach club. Princess Beach is just across the road from this delightful Acapulco holiday home and is a beautiful place to spend the day and play and unwind in the sea and on the silky sands. Casa Xelha 2 is situated on the fourteenth hole of the Mayan Palace golf course and enjoys lovely views across the verdant greens to the mountains beyond. There is also a secluded rooftop terrace with sundeck and Jacuzzi, where you can relax with a tropical drink and catch a few rays, and from where you can enjoy spectacular ocean views and sunsets.
This exquisite Acapulco vacation rental villa has five and a half bedrooms, each with air conditioning, private bathroom, king-size bed, and private balcony. The spacious, comfortable living area has satellite TV, while the fully-equipped kitchen has all the most modern appliances. Step out back and enjoy the lovely pool and Jacuzzi after a long day at the beach, on the golf course or at the aquatic park – by then everyone should be ready for relaxing in their own backyard. This lovely Acapulco vacation rental home is located in the exclusive area of Playa Diamante and is just ten minutes from Acapulco International Airport. For the best rates on Casa Xelha 2 make an online reservation or don’t hesitate to give us a call and let our villa and destination experts give you advice on vacation accommodations and on how to get the best Acapulco travel deals and packages for your tropical beach getaway to the golden shores of Mexico’s Pacific coast.