Isla Mujeres House Rental Photos and Description
2 or 4 Bedrooms,1 or 2 Bathrooms, Den, Sleeps 2-10
Casa Roca Caribe can be rented as a TWO bedroom home or a FOUR Bedroom Home!
1) the Main Pool Level: 2 bedrooms, 1 large bathroom, pool
2) the Upper Jacuzzi Level: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one en suite), jacuzzi
3) the Entire House (both levels): 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, pool, jacuzzi
We want to invite you to come and stay at Casa Roca Caribe...
We think you will love Casa Roca Caribe!
We are located on a very quiet street in Colonia Metereologica, 1/2 block from the Mango Cafe and la capilla Guadalupe.
Master bedroom faces the Caribbean Sea and has a large king sized bed - very cozy and very comfortable - you'll be able to see the sun rise from bed each morning...how cool is that? (Ceiling fan included...no charge!)
Guest room can be set as you wish with any combination of 1 large king sized bed and up to 3 additional single beds.
Of course, your Caribbean retreat would not be complete without hanging in a hammock that is provided for your comfort...
Enjoy a siesta, the sunrise or warm night with a cool breeze on the back deck.
Renta a golf cart while on the island at www.IslaMujeresGolfCartRentals.com
Unlimited purified drinking water.
Cable TV with DVD player is provided.
A stocked kitchen with refrigerator, stove and coffee maker if you feel like eating in.
CD player is provided along with a bunch of our favorite CD's...bring you own or listen to ours...we have a large collection of relaxation music that seems appropriate for your retreat.
We know of a great masseuse that will come to the house and provide you with one of the most amazing massages you will ever enjoy...this is a huge favorite of Jimbo...and we guarantee you will find it heavenly.
Located on a quiet street in Colonia Meteriologica, Within a block (yep - One block) you will find: the fabulous Mango Cafe and Blue Iguana deli, La Manolita taco stand, and Ronco grocery store with beer, wine, liquor.
1 Block from a small local Catholic church. Mass on Sunday at 8:00 am.
Washer and dryer on site...so if you are gonna be here a while, you gotta admit, that's kinda nice.
Take a few minutes to look at the site and we hope you decide to stay...and we hope you come back often...
We hope to see you soon in paradise...
Disfruta la vida!
- Events Allowed
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Jimbo & Karen Rusley
While dealing with a recent plateful of Fibromyalgic pain, I couldn't help but notice the difference in my life on Isla Mujeres and it's effectiveness in dealing with the misunderstood family of syndromes that have plagued me for decades that including Chronic Fatigue and Restless Leg. There are many that wonder why I spend time on the island… away from my family and friends and have begun to build a life here…on the surface there are many that might view my choice to be here as selfish, self-indulgent and an unnecessary luxury…I urge you to look deeper. Although my need for the approval of others diminishes the older I get, I submit the following as a way for others to understand the purpose in a different light. The fact is that in many ways, la isla has been and continues to be a salvation from the joint stiffness, debilitating fatigue and sleep problems associated with life in a Colorado climate when compared to the warmer, tropical climate I find myself in now. Just as my wife Karen continues to have a profound effect on me and my ability to cope thru her gentle touch and loving smile, la isla's tranquil feel and healing characteristics have had a significant impact on the quality of my life. In a similar way, our discovery of the island has resurrected my life in spirit and in functionality. As I look at my life I cannot help but feel thankful for the greatest gifts provided to me by God: my loving parents… my beautiful children… my wife who is truly the love of my life… and the gift of Isla Mujeres. Disfruta la vida. Jimbo
the rhythm of the neighborhood...…is amazing and beautiful to me…it is amazing to wake up to the sunrise, sometimes softly, sometimes with a slap in the face as it wakes us...the roosters (plural) and the turkey next door don't bother me at all..they make me smile every time i hear them...even if it is 4:00 in the morning...signals the start of another lucky day here on la isla...(i love it when i am driving down the road and a chicken crosses in front of me...makes me chuckle inside...and sometimes out loud...) vendors begin their parade up and then down the street selling pastries, cocos, tortillas, fruits usually a bit too early for my tastes around 7:00 or so…and lasts into the evening... in just one or two blocks, i see so many people that i know and that i work with or buy from and we have all become neighbors and friends, where everyone helps each other with breakfast, car problems, FM3 questions, groceries, lost keys... in a quick ten minutes I see and waive hello to Ramiro, Ron, Oscar, Luis, Polo, Lori, Zowie, Antonio, Carolyn, Ricardo and a couple of kids on the street… i make it back to the house to enjoy the delicious cinnamon roll and enjoy the rhythm of the waves in the water…they are relentless and relaxing, powerful and soothing… as Sunday evening rolls around, you can hear the music in the street begin to wind down…this is such a quiet neighborhood and a quiet street…by 9:00, all is quiet…and will stay that way until the sun rises and we start the rhythm of the neighborhood all over again… while some folks watch tv in the evenings, we like to just sit out on the front deck and watch folks come and go on the street...it all sounds so simple...and it is...and that is just how i like it... disfruta la vida… Jimbo