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“Pura Vida in Zihuatanejo” 5 of 5 stars
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Casa Que ve al Mar | Calle Escenica a La Ropa, Zihuatanejo 40880, Mexico   |  
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“Pura Vida in Zihuatanejo”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 12, 2009

Please pardon me in advance as I have a feeling this will be a very long-winded review, but hopefully it will convince to look no further for places to stay in Z....

14 reasons to stay @ Sueno Del Mar:

1. Great location: a few minutes walking distance to Playa La Ropa, great restaurants, and short taxi ride to El Centro (downtown Z).
2. Absolute gorgeous condo: The entire complex is beautiful, but the way that Harriet/Ron decorated this place is amazing. You feel like you are in Mexico as they embrace the traditional Mexican artesania (arts/crafts). My friends stayed in condo 701 which is beautiful, but this condo definitely feels more "homey".
3. Most comfortable beds that can exist: We've consider ourselves frequent travelers and have been fortunate to stay at some high end hotels. The Ritz has nothing on these beds! I woke up in the middle of the night and saying to myself, "Oh may goodness, I've never slept in such comfortable bed with such comfi pillows"! Must be tempur-pedic!
4. Harriet is extremely flexible, easy to contact, & attentive : Taking care of the logistics was so smooth via email. She was also very accomodating with our group (she also helped our friends in condo 701 since she manages that one as well). She also was very attentive to our friends in other condo when they had a bad incident.
5. The condo is safe/secure: security is there around the clock and they patrol the complex. Each room has a safe.
6. Each room has A/C, but you still feel like you're in the jungle: It's great to have the open living room where you feel like you're away yet you have the comfort of cooling down in the bedrooms.
7. Has everything you need: Everything you would want in a kitchen, bathroom, ect. is there.
8. The views are spectacular: You have the best views and take the best pictures from the balcony in Master bedroom and living room.
9. Super clean: Housekeeper, Yolanda keeps this place really clean which she comes about 3 times a week (make sure to tip her well, she takes an hour to arrive to the condo and another one back home).
10. This is a place away from home: As soon as you walk into the condo, you'll feel at home. I felt so at home that this is the first time ever that I unpack my entire luggage (immediately). We went grocery shopping and I felt like this was our place...I was ready to email Harriet to tell her we want to buy this place from her, seriously (wishful thinking). There are also fresh flowers when you arrive and the beds are decorated beautifully when Yolanda leaves.
11. The pools are phenomenal: The pictures do not show how amazing the views are from the pools. First, they were always clean and they are truly whatt you call infinity pools. Second, the "laying out" chairs are plentiful and have nice cushions...always clean. As soon as it sprinkles/rains, maintanence personnel or security guards will remove them so that they don't get wet/dirty. Lastly, they are truly what you call infinity pools.
12. The condo has surround sound: It was so great to be able to listen to music in the condo.
13. Satellite TV/internet: Harriet/Ron have this place hooked up. You have options if you want to just stay in and do what you would do at home...watch TV or get online.
14. Exercise anyone?: My husband and I are exercise fanatics and we didn't know the office (near the pool) has some exercise machines that sit on the balcony facing the pool. Not sure if that was in the guide, but we didn't realize that until our last day. However, the walk/run to the beach is nice...if you really looking for a workout, just hike back up the hill from the beach. It's great.
15. Zihua guide: The Zihua guide that Harriet created is in the living room along with other useful resources. We read the guide in advance and also printed it, but it was great to have hers there handy when calling security/taxis &/or Eliezar (condo manager).

Hope this helps, feel free to contact me to ask questions about Zihua (everything that Harriet mentions/recommends in her guide is quite accurate). Below is more for Harriet to read, but maybe it will convince even more to stay here.

Harriet:

Thank you again for sharing your beautiful home. I know you regularly hear how great it is, but this place held a special place in my heart as soon as we saw the pictures. As you know, we went with friends/family and we were going to stay @ Preciosa in one condo, but I was so happy that it worked out to stay in yours. I admire that you decorated with Mexican artesania and embrace our culture. Our house is also colorful with artesania from all over Mexico. I felt like I was in Mexico in your condo and it felt like our home. I saw the inside of other condos in the complex. The layouts were great and seemed bigger than yours, but they were decored plain and didn't have the warm feeling. I admire that you and Ron put valuable pieces as well as personal belongings. Thanks for your trustworthiness towards your guests. While we didn't use the boggie boards/board games/kitchen amenities, it was so great to have options. It was the little things such as having a variety of CDs to choose to play in the surround sound system...having the Mexican lime squeezer (our favorite tool at home)...purified water tank in kitchen & bathrooms...beach towels...the list goes on. Again, thank you for trusting us. I hope no one takes advantage of that.

The guide was so impressive. Aside from being helpful, it says a lot about you. It doesn't focus so much on rules and regulations, but rather it's a tool to make sure that people embrace your condo as well as Zihua. We definitely plan to return and hope that you're condo is open to us again. We also refer friends/family your way.

In case you want some more reviews for your "Eats" section, here are a few:

La Perla (went 8/2008, last year): My husband and I were recommended to this place by locals and based on reviews through tripadvisor.com. We were very disappointed as the food was below average and more expensive than similar restaurants on Playa La Ropa. We ordered several things since we were hungry (1st meal in Zihua), none were good. For example, I ordered the Huachinango with chipotle sauce (red snapper). It literally tasted like bbq sauce. The ceviche has no flavor even after putting lime.

Patys (went 9/2009): Our group of seven ate breakfast there and we all loved it and it was very reasonable. We had "hotcakes", french toast, chilaquiles, omelette with chorizo, huevos rancheros...everything was excellent, including the service.

Rest at La Mexicana Hotel (don't know the name): We had drinks appetizers there (tacos, ceviche) and it was also delicious and reasonably priced.

Atoles AnY (forgot the entire name): This was a big hit with our entire group and also very reasonably priced. The coffee is awesome (traditional Mexican coffee, "de la hoya")...tamales (not the super tamal, but try pork/chicken in chile verde or rojo), sopes (carne molida/ground beef), chile rellenos, chilaquiles, and last but not, the pozole is the bomb! I craved it everyday (try blanco o verde, both are delicious). FYI, the one in Ixtapa changed owners and is now called Mex Cal. The locals say it's the same menu, but it's not. The food was good at Mex Cal, but they didn't have the selection like in Zihua.

La Sirena Gorda: The tacos and good and so was the "aguachile/ceviche/campechana (basically seafood marinated in lime), but it was overpriced and the service was mediocre.

Los Braseros: Good tacos al pastor and asada and very reasonably priced. Nice place to grab a quick bite while on the run.

Bandidos (went 8/2008 and 2009): We love this place. The prices a bit higher compared to the other restaurant, but it's worse it. It's nicer (traditional Mexican colors with equiple furniture. The service is great and ambiance is fun. They have music and TVs and a live band on the weekends. Try the huachinango enchiladas en chile verde (red snapper with green sauce)...best enchiladas I've ever had. The molcajete chicken or shrimp is super delicious.

Il Mare: Pleasantly surprised that the italian food was good. We were a bit apprehensive to go based on other reviews, but everything was delicious and the service was good. The views were amazing. This was our most expensive dinner (my husband and I), but it was reasonable comparable to U.S. dining. We had drinks, an appetizer, and two entrees for $80.00. Not bad.

Artesania shopping: Highly recommend Artesanias "Rey" @ Mercado de Artesanias Local 14. Rey is a young man who makes beautiful arts/crafts along with his Dad. He customed made some vases last year as well as other things for us things year (I'll attach pictures). He's going to college to get his degree in tourism, he's very talented. Let him know Evelyn referred you.

In case you don't have it in the guide, you may want to mention the small exercise machines in the office.

Hasta Pronto!

  • Stayed September 2009
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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mizsic, Owner at Sueno del Mar, responded to this review, September 19, 2009
This is one of my MOST favorite reviews!

I have been very blessed with guests who treasure the arts and artensania of Mexico as much as I do. It one of the things that makes Mexico (and the folks who love her) so special.

Thank you for your GREAT review!

Harriet
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 17, 2009

I had been planning a honeymoon for two years, researching all of the possible places that fit our parameters. Alison wanted to be somewhere on a beach (we often do more educational or historical trips and we wanted a slower pace of travel this time) and I wanted to be 100% un-touristy. No high rises, no cruise ships porting, no spring breakers partying…we wanted all locals, ex-pats or well seasoned travelers to make our honeymoon a relaxing and enjoyable experience but still luxurious with plenty of local amenities (we both love architecture as well as integrating with the locals). Sueno Del Mar and Zihuatanejo offered all of this. It was a perfect jumping off point for excursions out of Zihuatanejo, short walks down to Playa La Ropa or a short Taxi ride or walk to El Centro.

The view was absolutely amazing from every room. The kitchen is well equipped and we were able to cook food we purchased at the Commercial Mexicana for breakfast and lunches while we slept in and read. Harriet had a wonderful book there that I HIGHLY RECOMMEND reading by Owen Lee called “A Prisoner in Paradise” while there. It’s from a well known local that is now back in the states (he’s 70+ and getting older who helped build up Playa Las Gatas) and one of the first long time expats from 1967. We spent a considerable amount of time just unwinding the first few days and then began exploring. You can’t go wrong with just about anything in Harriet’s guide she sends you. We stayed at three properties on our honeymoon but my wife and I both agreed that we would be coming back to Sueno Del Mar!

We recommend:
Hanging out and chatting with the locals especially during the Sunday night cultural events. Spend time talking with shop owners, wait staff, guides, beach sales people etc…
We also recommend trips with Lucio (he’s based at Amuleto but will work with anyone, is certified and has great local knowledge)

Experiences:
Otillia’s when at Playa Las Gatas. Franco is a perfect if not an entertaining host.
Horseback riding on Playa Larga
Silver shopping at the market
Snorkeling (with a guide, we tried both) at Las Gatas
Body Boarding (aka boogey boarding) before a tropical storm on playa la ropa!
Petetlan – visited the town for gold shopping and to see the historic church

Food:
Paty’s – Happy hour Pina Colada’s 2 for $4!!!!!! (if my memory serves me, they were cheap!)
La Perla – Sunset dining on the beach with wonderful food and service.
Amuleto – If you’re a foodie, Amuleto is not to be missed. The best we had while in town)
Il Mare – Need some Gringo food? This was noteworthy Italian food with a view.
La Casa Kau Kan – We were tired, but from what I remember the food was so-so, with great abalone.
Banditos – Amazing food, Amazing hosts, Amazing dancing on Thursday’s and filled with ex-pats

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 9, 2009

My husband and I really wanted to go somewhere relaxing and tranquil for our honeymoon. Zihuatanejo and Sueno del Mar were just perfect for us. The view from Sueno del Mar is incredible, the artwork was colorful and gorgeous, and the condo really had everything we needed for a wonderful and relaxing honeymoon. We had many lovely evenings on the balcony and in the open-air living room, drinking wine, listening to music, playing board games or reading, and of course - watching the sunset! We also really loved discovering new details in the folk art and decor of the condo every day, and could tell that the owners put a lot of thought and care into decorating Sueno del Mar and making it comfortable and beautiful for their guests. The condo is completely stocked, with a full kitchen, beach towels, boogie boards (which we used quite a bit!) and yoga mats. There are also two very nice infinity pools for guests to use, complete with lounge chairs and umbrellas. The staff and managers of the property itself took excellent care of us, and helped us with anything we needed. We never had to worry about anything the entire time we were there.

Everyone we met in Zihuatanejo was so kind and friendly. One thing I recommend to anyone traveling there -- take time to really talk to the people you meet! You will be so glad that you did, and will make new friends!

We did yoga a few mornings at Paty's open air studio on Playa La Ropa, and then had breakfast downstairs in her restaurant. Both the yoga and the breakfast were top notch! The teachers were great, and the studio is right on the beach and is the perfect place to practice yoga and let go of stresses. The breakfasts there were the best we had on our entire trip -- my favorite was the Huevos Rancheros Marimar.

We had very nice seafood at La Perla, and excellent fish at El Mangalar, also on Playa La Ropa. The people at El Mangalar were super friendly and conscientious. I recommend the fish grilled in the banana leaf :) We also had a very good meal at The Tides one evening. The service there was outstanding, and the food was incredible. We both had excellent seafood pastas, and very yummy fish tacos. The wine selection there is very diverse and comprehensive as well. And of course, it was perfect for dining in the sand and watching a beautiful sunset. We ordered the Tides signature coffee at the end of the meal, and what a show they put on making it! Very much fun.

We really spent most of our time on the beach (on the boogie boards provided by Sueno del Mar!) or in one of the beautiful infinity pools at the condo. We did, however, take a fantastic side trip with two other couples to go snorkeling. Two very nice men from Zihua took us on their boat to the breathtaking, rugged Manzanillo Beach. It was very isolated and peaceful, and the snorkeling there was amazing. Later, they took us snorkeling at Playa Las Gatas, which was also a lot of fun. One piece of advice we have that may help other tourists -- many people in Zihua Centro approached us about arranging snorkeling trips for us. We realized later, after doing some digging, that many of them worked for resorts and time-share places in Ixtapa. Not only were they going to charge us a ton of money, but if we had gone with them, we probably would have had to sit through some time-share presentation and wasted a few hours of our vacation. We are so glad that we ended up going with the guys we met on the beach, who were recommended to us by various locals and other tourists who had gone snorkeling with them earlier in the week. They were very friendly, genuine people who made sure we had a great time.

Many people told us that we should come back in the winter, as we were traveling in "low season," but the atmosphere was so tranquil and laid back that we really didn't feel like we were missing out on anything at all. It was truly relaxing.

Overall, Zihuatanejo was absolutely beautiful and a joy to discover. We are so glad that we chose to go there for our honeymoon, and are so glad that we found Sueno del Mar. It was perfect for us in every way. We can't wait to come back!

  • Stayed May 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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mizsic, Owner at Sueno del Mar, responded to this review, June 19, 2009
Thank you for being such great guests! I so love it when folks settle in and spend time with the locals: it is well worth the effort. I agree, it is a great place to spend a real, easy going honeymoon.

We feel like we are having one (a honeymoon!) every time we go there.

Harriet
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 31, 2009

We had a fantastic time in this brilliant 2 bed Condo above La Ropa Beach. The Swine Flu is completely overated and if you let something like that put you off a vacation in such a perfect place you are nuts!! The Condo was fantastic, clean, well appointed and had everything we needed. Yolanda our cleaning lady did a superb job of keeping us all clean and refreshed. The town of Zihuatanejo has a great feel to it with some fantastic restaurants and the people there were friendly and most welcoming. We spent 2 weeks just relaxing and enjoying the wonderful beach, town and condo with it's amazing views of the bay. There was plenty of things to do but my husband and I felt like doing nothing much at all so we spent days lazing on the beach or at the pool and enjoyed walks into town for breakfasts, dinners and shopping. We became big fans of the "Happy Hour" which could be found at most restuarants - two for one beers and margaritas cannot be beat. We loved exploring the town and finding the restaurants mentioned in our fabulous guide (thanks Harriet!) and most of all going down to Paty's on the beach for breakfast and then lounging all day - what's not to love.
We did not feel at all concerned the whole time we were there with the swine flu issue or any other issue for that matter. We feel it is a shame that Mexico is getting such a bad rap and we would not hesitate to go back again
Harriet and Ron, we aplaud you on such a wonderful well appointed condo.

  • Stayed May 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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mizsic, Owner at Sueno del Mar, responded to this review, June 2, 2009
Thank you! It makes me so sad that Zihua has taken such a beating in the press and is such a gem! I am so glad you shared your great vacation with us!
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 21, 2009

Sueno del Mar is a beautiful condo in a great area of Mexico. Though I have lived and traveled extensively throughout Mexico, I had never been in Zihuatanejo. I have to say that it is now one of my favorite towns in Mexico!! If you're goal is to vacation in a town which is typical of Mexico (i.e., colonial look/feel, warm and generous people) and on the ocean, this is the perfect place to visit.

Harriet, the owner of the condo, does a great job of making sure your stay is easy and enjoyable. She has written a very useful guide for the condo and the Zihuatanejo area that my family found invaluable. The condo is beautifully furnished and is located a easy walking distance from the best beach in the area.

I was originally concerned that my kids (ages 9 & 11) would not enjoy the vacation, but my fears were unfounded. They had a blast! They loved walking or taking a taxi into town for dinner or shopping at the local markets. My son and husband went on a deep sea fishing trip and caught over 20 fish (mostly tuna), which we subsequently took to a wonderful local restaraunt (Letty's) for preparation and cooking. Las Gatas Beach, which is accessible via water taxi, was a beautiful beach and great place to snorkel. I got the best seafood soup ever at one of the many restaurants on Las Gatas.

Overall, this was a very memorable family vacation that I have no hesitation recommending to my friends and family.

  • Stayed March 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 5, 2009

This lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo was the perfect get away for our family. Everything we wished for in a vacation was there waiting for us. We have travelled to Mexico/Carribean every year for 20+ years and finally found what we were looking for. The accomodations could not have been more comfortable, the view could not have been more spectacular, or the people any nicer. We had concerns about our 17 and 22 year old daughters, but they loved every moment of the trip. It was the perfect location for a day at the beach or a stroll into town. When we just wanted to be lazy, we could sleep-in and head down to the pools at any time without fear that there wouldn't be chairs. With the help of Harriet's guidebook, it took no time at all to get acclimated. There are so many wonderful restaurants to choose from. We enjoyed the food everywhere, both on the beach with our toes in the sand as well as some of the fancier places. The guidebook tells you about all the restaurants that are safe to eat at.

The pictures on the web site can't begin to do justice to the beauty of Sueno del Mar and the surrounding areas. The staff and security at the condo were knowledgeable, polite and very helpful. The other guests/owners at the pool were very friendly and we all shared tips about our favorite places to go and things to do. The pool area is spotlessly clean and larger than it appears in the pictures. We ended up spending part of every day there. The scene at La Ropa beach was a lot of fun and more lively. If you don't want a chair at a restaurant you can get a little more privacy with lounge chairs under a palapa at the Hotel Catalina. You can spend the whole day there for the price of lunch and a couple of drinks.

Speaking of security, we felt very safe everywhere we went, any time of day or night. The press makes it sound like all of Mexico is dangerous and unsafe. This is completely ridiculous. The town of Zihuatanejo is small, a little sleepy and has the friendliest people you would want to meet. Like it's always been in tourist areas of Mexico, there are security and police visible most places you go. There is no need for a traveler to worry in any way about the safety of the area.

Having gotten used to the all-inclusive vacation, I worried needlessly about how the week would go. What a waste of time! Everything was perfect! Our whole family gives Sueno Del Mar the highest recommendation.

  • Stayed March 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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bartlett, il
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 21, 2009

wonderful week ..we have been to ixtapa the last 5 years and decided to stay in z and rent the condo giving our 13 y/o some space..it worked out great as she had the back bedroom and her own bath...the condo is beautiful with wonderful views...and being so open even when we were inside we felt like we were outside..condo employees very courteous and kind..we picked up a few items at the market and we were set for the week..
i was concerned that we would miss having the "activity" of the hotel surroundings..ie waiters bringing drinks, fellow travelers,activities for teen...it all worked out great...when we wanted to use the pool it was peaceful with no getting up at 5am to save a chair..chairs always available with a small friendly group at the pool...for food and drink it was a day at elviras, a day at patys, a day at the island..fantastic massages on the beach at la ropa
we did go to ixtapa for an afternoon as the waves on that beach much larger and more fun for my dtr...i prefer the gentle waves of la ropa...speaking of the beach it was a walk to the end of the drive down a block and then down a hill..and yes the walk back up is a little steep but not unmanageable...and we made it several times after a day of sols and margaritas!..its a nice beach for walking and all the watersports are there...also the walk to town was a good way to spot places we thought we might want to try...we also took the bus to town, market, etc...for 5 pesos you cant go wrong!
we ate at rufos, bandidos, elviras, patys, deborahs (ixtapa) and franks place (ixtapa)..not once did we have a bad meal or service anywhere..discovered a little place called salvators down the street from rufos..good food at good prices..this is where i first tried chillaquilles(probably spelled that wrong) and i loved them!..so that was breakfast for a couple of days..a large glass of fresh squeezed oj (enough for two) and two breakfast plates for 60 pesos....roughly 5$ with tip..cant beat it for a hearty breakfast!
harriets guide in the condo has alot of info but we really didnt do any excursions as we find that every year we go we are just more and more content to lay on the beach and meet our fellow travelers...
we had a fantastic trip and staying in the condo was like staying in your home as EVERYTHING you need is there..towels, toys, cooking utensils, wireless, tv, dvd, books, games....cannot wait to go back!!!!!

  • Stayed February 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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mizsic, Owner at Sueno del Mar, responded to this review, March 3, 2009
Thank you: I am so glad you mentioned your teenager! My kids think of La Ropa as their 'home beach' but they also love going to the surrounding beaches.

We are blessed with so many good restaurants here in Zihuatanejo!

BTW, as I write this I am sitting at our 'Frida and Diego' desk and watching the sailboats in the bay. the breeze is cooling and the sun is shining. it is another gorgeous day in Paradise.

Harriet
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Address: Casa Que ve al Mar | Calle Escenica a La Ropa, Zihuatanejo 40880, Mexico
Location: Mexico > Pacific Coast > Guerrero > Zihuatanejo
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Ranked #8 of 53 Specialty Lodging in Zihuatanejo
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Number of rooms: 2
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A luxury beach view vacation rental condo overlooking La Ropa beach at Casa que Ve al Mar. Both the master bedroom and the living room open directly onto the killer view. The two bedrooms have king-sized beds and air conditioning, plasma TV???s with satellite and DVD players. The gourmet kitchen is fully equipped and a dining area that seats 6. The sound system is wired throughout the house. There is whole house water purification. ... more   less 

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