Luxury Condo at the brand new Bay View Grand, privately owned resort on El Palmar beach in Ixtapa. Spectacular ocean views at very reasonable cost. A private, exclusive, gated resort with 24-hr security guards.
This seventh floor, 1600 sq.ft. condo with large 200 sq.ft. balcony and two person jacuzzi overlooks the Pacific Ocean and Islands. The kitchen and bathrooms have been upgraded with granite counters and tempered glass showers. All furniture has been custom designed with this unit in mind.
Always comfortable temps between 85-90 during the day and approximately 10 degrees lower at night.
Ixtapa offers two golf courses with one across the street designed by Robert Trent Jones with views of the ocean. The other is located next to the new 100 slip marina at the north end of the beach (two miles away).
Jackie is the owner of Pearson's Florist & Gifts in Vacaville, CA. Charlie is a Real Estate Consultant with Coldwell Banker in Vacaville, CA. We enjoy visiting our vacation home at the Bay View Grand as you can see behind us in the photo!
After exploring numerous Mexican Beach locations such as Cabo San Lucas, Ixtapa had as much if not more to offer than the rest. The daytime temperature is usually anywhere from the 80's to 90's. At night the temperature rarely drops below 70 degrees. Ixtapa has been able to maintain its affordability while offering the same amenities as other locations.
2 wading pools, 3 swimming pools, an oversized 10+ person hot tub, the beach is just yards from the pools, poolside Palapas offering a drink and lunch menu, 24- Hour gated security, cabs & busses avaialble aty the gate, 1 Golf Course loacted just 1/8 mile from the condo and a 2nd Golf Course located 3 miles from the condo. There is a market directly across from the condo. 5 minute cab ride to Zihuatanejo and only 20 minutes from the airport.
Swim with dolphins - one mile on the beach. Aerial tram at the end of the beach. 2 Golf Courses, one at the North end of beach at the Marina, the other at the South end of the beach, designed by Robert Trent Jones.
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