Welcome to Caribbean Casa

With tasteful decor and a Mexican colonial style, Caribbean Casa is situated directly on the ocean walkway overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. The location could not be better! Close to town and yet just on the edge of the activity, it is an easy walk to the many restaurants and white sand beaches that Isla Mujeres is famous for.  

Caribbean Casa offers two beautiful Colonial style apartments. Both Casita Isladise and Casita Sonrisa are equipped with full kitchens, living and dining areas, cable TV, Wireless Internet and much more. Each casita has unobstructed oceanfront views with furnished terraces, king sized beds, air conditioning and walk-in showers. Casita Sonrisa has private access onto the ocean walkway while guests in Casita Isladise enjoy the plunge pool on the sunset terrace and 360 degree views from the rooftop patio. 

Whether you have been downtown shopping & dining, or relaxing all day at the world famous Playa Norte beach, it is only a short walk home to Caribbean Casa along the malecon or quaint Avenida Juarez where you can relax and enjoy the tranquil view with a drink or snack from one of your own furnished and private balconies.

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2 days ago

Caribbean Casa

PAY for 3 ~ STAY for 4
Last minute cancellation. October 24 - 28
Casita Sonrisa ~ $90/nt

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6 days ago

Caribbean Casa

Thank you for the update Ronda - as always, we appreciate your translations of recent events applicable to the the island.Isla Mujeres: No consequences from the passage of Hurricane Michael
City officials reported there were no problems in the municipality due to the passage of Hurricane Michael, which was attributed to coordinated work between the municipal government and the community. The Mayor expressed his gratitude to the municipal and state agencies, as well as the general population, for their preventative actions and cooperation.

Official preventative actions included the installation of the Hydrometeorological Phenomena Operations Committee, the cleaning of streets and culverts, and the supervision of the pumps for the Salina lakes, and they remain alert since "Michael" brought strong gusts of wind and heavy rain. Due to the work to clear the drains, the island (generally) remained free of flooding, and the head of Civil Protection also reported that the water level of the lakes remained low. His staff did continual tours and patrols, rendering service where it was needed.

Recognition was given to the residents for their cooperation, for avoiding 'panic purchasing', and for their preparedness. The City reaffirmed its commitment to keeping the islanders informed during any eventuality that could occur from the passage of Michael.

(Translated from a press release published yesterday by the City.)

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