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LAS HAMACAS SAYULITA
A natural flow of old worldly Mexican architecture fused with modern curves and a spacious welcoming design. Las Hamacas is a unique collection of six vibrantly colorful 3BR/3BA homes and one 1B/1B Studio Casita set within the tropical palm grove enclave of Sayulita’s north beach.
✘ LOCATION ● Nestled at the beginning of the quiet & clean North End Neighborhood (closest to town), only a short (7 block) leveled stroll from town (no hills). Las Hamacas is close to restaurants and stores, yet peacefully tucked away from the hustle and bustle of town.
✘ BEACHFRONT PROPERTY ● We are steps from the Beach. This part of Sayulita's beach is equally as convenient as Our Location. Clean, rockless, swimmable and not crowded, its close enough to walk into the Main Beach (in town) yet far away enough to have your own space.
✘ STAFF ● Responsive On-Site staff that can help with any issues you could encounter. Front desk Receptionist (10:00 am- 5:00 pm), Caretaker (8 am to 6 pm), Night Guard (7 pm to 7 am) and Property Manager for emergencies available always. This is not something a lot of rental houses offer but we specialize in this. Its a family run business for over 15 years.
✘ FULLY EQUIPPED HOUSES in MINT CONDITION ● We offer bright, spacious and breathtaking 3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom Villas with gorgeous ocean views. All our Casas are FULLY furnished and colorfully decorated with beautiful Mexican artwork. A/C in all Bedrooms and individual washer/dryers in each Casa as well as WiFi.
✘ STUDIO CASITA ● We also separately rent out our Studio Casita located by the entrance of our property. This is ideal for guests looking for a 4th Bedroom.
✘ RELAXING POOL ● Our beautiful pool is surrounded by lush landscaping and is shared by all six homes.
✘ COMMON AREA ● This area is for all our guests to enjoy. A covered space with colorful oversized bancas to lounge. As well as an outdoor Kitchen/Eating area and BBQ's.
✘ DAILY MAID SERVICE ● Included in the rate (except for Sundays and Holidays)
✘ FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT ● Quiet Family Oriented Setting, LAS HAMACAS is a place to relax and be at peace.
HEALTH, TRAVEL SAFETY AND INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES IN SAYULITA
You may have read about the neuro-virus outbreak that is currently happening in many parts of the world—the Pacific Northwest, Europe, parts of Mexico, including the Bay of Banderas area, and elsewhere.
This is to let you know we are well aware of it, and are taking every single precaution against it. Because it is a contagious 24/48 hour stomach virus, we are very cautious about it, and thoroughly disinfect every apartment with clorox/bleach before a new renter arrives.
You should know that NOT ALL visitors in Sayulita get sick. Contrary to what you might have read, there are many happy visitors in Sayulita that have a beautiful vacation, but upon saying this there are some necessary precautions that should be taken into consideration.
Fri Mar 29 2019
We have created this page for travelers to find current information regarding health, travel safety, and infrastructure upgrades in Sayulita. We understand there is a lot of concern over the "Sayulita sickness" and norovirus in Sayulita. Reading the travel forums is quite alarming and although the majority of people who visit Sayulita do not get sick, there are a number of people, especially groups, who have fallen ill while on vacation. It is important to note there has been no source found for the illness, there is no doctor diagnosed correlation with swimming and viral illness. The following information has been gathered from multiple sources and we hope it will help visitors to stay informed, enjoy their vacation and avoid getting sick.
Health: Norovirus in SayulitaEach winter we see an influx of norovirus cases, typically between the months of November and April. This coincides with flu and virus season in the US, Canada and other parts of the world. Norovirus is not a Sayulita specific illness, you can get it anywhere, in schools, day care and elder care facilities, cruise ships, etc, The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) reports on average, 20 million Americans contract norovirus each year. There is a lot of speculation, but nobody knows why norovirus is occurring in the winter months and does not seem to be an issue in the summer even though summer tourism is at an all time high.
Facts to note about norovirus:Norovirus (also called the stomach vomiting bug) is highly contagious and is often misdiagnosed as food poisoning. In addition to person to person spread, it can survive on hard surfaces for weeks and up to twelve days on contaminated fabrics. 61% of cases are transmitted by touching an infected surface. It can be resistant to hand sanitizer. People can still be contagious and spread norovirus for up to three days after symptoms subside, and in some cases up to two weeks. See this fact sheet from LA County. Please note that this is a virus, and there is no treatment other than rest and fluids. Antibiotics cannot "cure" norovirus.
The entire town has been on board with trying to raise awareness and to prevent the spread of illness. Laminated flyers were created and available at no charge for every Sayulita business or vacation rental to post for their cleaning staff, with instructions how to clean with a bleach solution in order to kill norovirus and other seasonal germs.Click here for English version for Vacation rental cleaning staffCllick here for Spanish version for Vacation rental cleaning staffClick here for English version for Business OwnersClick here for Spanish version for Business Owners
As of March 23, 2019, ProSayulita is power washing the streets with chlorinated water. Please donate if you are able.
What can you do to avoid illness or if someone in your party falls ill:Wash hands very frequently with soap and water each time you use the bathroom, after every diaper change, before eating and preparing food, and immediately upon returning to your rental after being out and about, touching things in town.. Soak fruits and vegetables in Microdyn (available at all of the local stores) before eating, thoroughly cook all shellfish. Freezing does not kill the virus, it must be cooked to 140 degrees Fahrenheit 60 degrees Celsius.. Wipe down high touch surfaces with a bleach solution (toilet and faucet handles, light switches, doorknobs, stair rails, etc.). Isolate the sick person, even when feeling better, people can still be contagious and should not prepare food for others.. Notify the property manager or housekeeping staff if you need new linens, there are several laundry services in town for washing personal clothing if your rental does not have a washer and dryer for guest use.. If someone in your party falls ill, please notify the property manager or homeowner so they can alert the housekeeping staff to take extra precautions when cleaning..