Suite 2 at Casa Sally is a spacious (2 rooms), impeccably clean, ground floor apartment with full kitchen at a private residence in the La Veleta neighbourhood of Tulum. The new and modern construction has all the comforts of home as well as a lovely covered patio.
Suite 2 at Casa Sally is a modern, one-bedroom space with sliding glass doors leading to 2 patios, 1 with a hammock included. The living room has a comfortable futon to accommodate an additional 2 people. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to cook or entertain at the apartment. The bathroom is a clean, modern design with a rain shower and river stone flooring. Casa Sally also has a private parking area and plenty of street parking available.
You have access to your apartment, it's two patio's, and the small garden area.
Другие важные подробности
All suits in Casa and Casita Sally come supplied with 100% cotton towels and sheets. The kitchen is supplied with quality cookware, appliances, and everything you may need in a kitchen to cook meals.
- Number one rule is to have fun....I am a professional beach bum, so I can advise if you are having any trouble in this area.
- Smoking is permitted in all outside areas, ashtray's are provided.
- There is an extra charge of 20 $ per night after 2 guests, please kindly DO inform me if you are planning to have other overnight guests other than those stated in the booking. Thanks!
I'm am the sole proprietor at Casa Sally and I live on the property. This is my home and the rental space is intimate unlike a hotel. I truly enjoy the presence of my guests and I feel like I am here to take care of you, yet at the same time I know how to leave you alone too if that's what you want! I am available to give you any tips and advice you may need. My goal is to help make your vacation as easy, relaxing, and enjoyable as possible. And last but not least.....mi casa es su casa!!!
My Short story about becoming a Host:
I am a Canadian and I have been living in Mexico since September 2012. My first time in Tulum was in 1998, it was my first time traveling alone and my first time on a big trip. My goal at the time was to explore what the Lonely Planet Guidebook called "La Ruta Maya", but I ended up spending most of the three month trip on the beach here in Tulum because I thought I had found paradise, which I had! I traveled here many times after that for my vacations, always staying at cheap cabanas on the beach (those days are almost gone here now), and finally in 2008 I realized my dream and bought land here in La Valeta, which was almost completely Jungle at the time. I built my first house, the casita, in 2011 and I lived there for the first two years that I was here. My dream was to build a second house, but I definitely procrastinated on that one.....but finally Casa Sally came to fruition in January 2016. Now I have my two houses, both named after my late Mom, who was a beach lover herself. My former career in Canada was as a make-up artist for film and television. I did that job for 17 years and I was ready to make a change when I finally made the decision to move here in 2012. It was a risk, but I'm glad I did it because I love Tulum just as much as ever even though it is not the sleepy little pueblo I encountered when I first set foot on that amazing beach in 1998. The trip here to Mexico in '98 was also the first trip leading to a lifelong love of traveling. Since then I have been to Southeast Asia 3 times, Argentina twice, Central America, the Caribbean, Cuba and a few countries in Europe. I still have a huge list of places in the world that I want to see and experience, so as you can see traveling is in my blood and I am sure that hosting travelers will be another great new experience.
My short story about being a traveler:
I really only started traveling when I was 26, even though I had dreamed of doing it since I was kid. Growing up in Regina, Saskatchewan and living through some of the worst winters on earth definitely fed my dreams of sun, sand and sea. Traveling the world, most of the time solo, definitely changed my life and who I am now as a person. I really think that all the challenges faced, the people encountered, the cultures experienced and the good and bad times had, well this was my greatest life education. In terms of being a traveler, I suppose I like what most people do; architecture, historical sites, natural beauty, great new cuisines, the diversity of different cultural traditions. But I think one of the greatest aspects of traveling is the diverse people that one can encounter, and the way the traveling can help you to open up. I definitely became a more social person because of my experiences on the road alone. To this day I love to just hang out with people and talk over a coffee or drinks.....still one of my favorite past times. I am definitely not a type A personality and I'm pretty good at doing nothing at all, just relaxing. I'm rarely bored and I can definitely give lessons on how to be a good beach bum. As far as being a guest, no matter where, I respect the space I am in and the people around me. I'm also a clean freak, not to the level of neurosis though! I've stayed in some pretty nasty places over the years and I can tolerate a lot, but these days, now that I'm in my 40's, I like to have a decent accommodation (ie, clean, and relatively quiet) and my hostel days are mostly behind me.