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This was our second year in a row at Villas Mayaluum. We stayed for 10 days in early April. We were in the VERY spacious #11. This was even better then our experience last year. Villas Mayaluum is a self catering unit, so you need...More
All the comforts of home, but it is 80 degrees and SUNNY everday!
Pool is cool, people are friendly and close to most everything you need and also everything you want.
Short walk to dive shops and Oxxo (like 7-11) and a short drive to...More
Our family of four stayed here for 8 days over Christmas 2016. Mostly all good, with one caveat.
We were in the back, far away from the road, so we didn't have a lot of noise issues. Condo was as pictured on the web. I...More
We had a 2 bedroom flat that comfortably fit 4 people. We also had a very large kitchen area that had pots and pans. The beach is across the street. There is also a pool on the grounds. We had a great stay. Everything maintained...More
First time family trip. Clean modern 2 bedroom condo (#14), upstairs with ocean, pool views from outside balcony. Nice pool, beautiful grounds with private secure parking. Walking distances to several restaurants, beach clubs and dive operations. We dove with Blue Angle South across the street,...More
Any idea as to the electricity cost for one month at the Villas Mayaluum in Cozumel. I realize alot depends on the use of air conditioning so I was wondering about a range, min. - max. estimate.
13 March 2015|
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Response from calcerre | Property representative |
The energy cost may vary drastically according to A/C use. If you do not turn on the a/c not even one night it may be around 1400 to 1800 mexican pesos, with some nights it may go up to 2500 - 3500 mexican pesos and if... More
The energy cost may vary drastically according to A/C use. If you do not turn on the a/c not even one night it may be around 1400 to 1800 mexican pesos, with some nights it may go up to 2500 - 3500 mexican pesos and if you turn the air conditioned every night around 4000 mex pesos,(is extrange but tow nights and several nights is almosst the same) if you turn on the a/c night and day may go to around 6500 - 7000 mexican pesos. Cecilia
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"The back of the building is best, away from the sometimes noisy street."