Remixto- Pampering in the Colonial Town of Merida, Mexico

The best owners and property managers are passionate. They care about your experience. The little touches of care and concern add up to a wonderful holiday.

Remixto

When planning a trip to Merida, Mexico, take a look at Remixto. Their portfolio of 20 historic homes are sumptuously decorated and come with private pools. But Remixto is more than a property management service.

Owner Brent Marsh says, “We stayed in about 15 vacation rentals when we moved here. The quality was generally low and we saw a need in the market. Now, we manage 20 properties and taking great care of our clients is so important. If the guest has a problem or a need, we act fast.”

The services they offer while you are staying at one of their properties give you more time to enjoy and be pampered.

In Person Welcome- a warm greeting from a member of the Remixto staff- they will point out special features of the house you’ll be calling home and give you neighborhood information.

Grocery Shopping- the first thing you want to do upon arrival is relax and get settled in. Unpack, lounge by the pool, explore the neighborhood. Not shop for groceries. Remixto offers a grocery shopping service, leaving you free to enjoy your vacation from the moment you step through the door.

Concierge Service- If you want tickets to a concert or advice on the best art galleries, your concierge is here to make your trip memorable.

Massage and Spa Services- have a mani-pedi poolside in the privacy of your garden or enjoy a relaxing massage indoors.  Further enhance your relaxation with a private yoga class for one or two.

Dining In- with restaurants who bring the food to you or an in-home chef.

Private Pool- since Merida is a colonial city a few hours from the beach, you get the perfect mix of sun and culture with a home with your own pool.



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Comments

  1. In general Remixto is adequate on the side of managing guests, however on the side of the owners, Remixto is seriously lacking integrity.
    An owner that sign up with Remixto will be bombarded with fees of all kind. Even created situations that will be generating income for them. I was one of the owner for two years and I can tell you univocally their business plan does not favor the home owners.
    I can give you many examples to prove my case but people need to know the other side of the coin and what I can see is disturbing.

  2. Harry Bruns says:

    I would not stay at this property again. I also would not stay in the property managed this company again.

    Our stay at this property was by far the worst experience we have had in short-term rentals. We have stayed in short term rentals all over the world, and we own our own rental property. So, our assessment of this property is not made lightly.
    We began our stay by relaxing on the lounge chairs in the Courtyard, only to be startled by the dead bat decaying immediately next to the sofa. Our stay only went downhill from there.

    For our first night at the property, there was no hot water for showers, and our toilet would not flush unless we manually refilled the tank with water. Remixto send out a the plumber the next day who discovered that the hot water heater has not been turned on by the owner or the management company. The plumber also ”repaired” the toilet. However, we discovered after we returned from sightseeing that the toilet was still not functioning.
    After two days with a dead bat, cold water, and malfunctioning toilets, we decided to vacate the property for the remainder of the study and book a hotel for the remaining three nights. The only compensation offered by Remixto was $76.

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