Villa Corona del Mar

Address: No. 15 Retorno Gaviotas, Rincon de Guayabitos, Pacific Coast, Mexico | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on No. 15 Retorno Gaviotas, Rincon de Guayabitos, is near Ceramic Museum (Museo Regional de la Ceramica) and Antigua de Mexico.
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          • Beach
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Corona del Mar Rincon de Guayabitos

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Rincon de Guayabitos


          A travel blog entry by lcridd on Jul 01, 2012

          1 comment, 158 photos

          ... this coffee. I want coffee without sludge. But I love this coffee for the slow ritual and intentional rhythm of life that is necessary to make it. When I have to work again, have deadlines, and responsibilities, there will be no time for this.

          So as the Mexico 200 Highway stops and we start on the Mexico 15 tomorrow it will be bitter sweet. It marks the last leg of the trip, but also a little bit closer to the sludge free coffee.


          HELLO MEXICO!

          A travel blog entry by everywhere on Nov 13, 2010

          8 comments, 20 photos

          ... perhaps it was the sweating…..maybe it was because I was in the middle of a residential neighbourhood, not near much. We started talking – she was really nice, hadn’t ever walked to Walmart herself, so wasn’t sure about all of that, but she did invite me to see her place up the street. WOW! Many many homes in Mexico are behind tall, solid walls so you cannot see them – you see gates and can ...

          San Blas Surfing

          A travel blog entry by ashika on Apr 04, 2010

          2 comments, 25 photos

          ... on calling out latitude and longitude as Dois steered east or west to keep on track. The wave formed just outside the breakwater and rolled from left to right toward us. It was about head high and formed a beautiful tube and right shoulder – and if I’d been on a surfboard, it would have looked great, but on Ashika it looked like we were gonna die.

          My heart was in my mouth as I realized we were now rising on this very same wave. I saw ...

          The Saints March in with 24 Modelo and a Taco

          A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Apr 17, 2009

          4 photos

          ... didn't see a lot of weird stuff. Especially in comparison to the usually subdued atmosphere here in La Penita. Rincon de Guayabitos, as usual, was quite a bit rowdier, but that was nothing new for them in their role as the wisecracking, somewhat unscrupulous, neighbor in this little Mexican sitcom.

          It started with a gradual traffic buildup, both vehicle and foot, followed by a huge increase in signs advertising rooms for rent, ...

          Sex and Pastry

          A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Mar 19, 2009

          5 photos

          ... grunt "Hnnhh? Hnnhh? HNNHH?" Just as my hand starts to cover my eyes in mortification I hear a voice light up (in this case, Marta's) "Ah, si! Si!" before she walks away, clearly in full comprehension of situation. I look at old Laynni in disbelief and she just shrugs, "She's going to clean our room on Thursday. Oh yeah, she's going to get us some extra garbage bags, too." Boy, I felt like a real phony. Strangely enough, though, while they seem to have ...