Mexican Retirement Lifestyle – Boutique Community Next to New Mall

When choosing a Mexican retirement lifestyle, we do so at least partly because of the tourist-type activities we’ll be able to enjoy; but we all know that in day to day life, having nearby conveniences counts for at least just as much.This is why one Mexican retirement community in Playa del Carmen, La Escondida, has chosen its location next to one of the city’s two new malls. The mall is a comfortable walk away from La Escondida, and offers a variety of features that will make day to day life for residents convenient. These features include:
A large Walmart-like store called Soriana. The store is very well organized, easy to use, and has a large variety of food and household items similar to what you find in the U.S. Prices are comparable to that of Walmart, and sometimes better.
A club store, like Costco, called City Club. Membership fees are accessible, and some very good deals can be found on large-ticket purchases and large packages.
An Office Max provides a large variety of office and computer supplies.
A large-screen movie theater. Most of the movies are American and they are played English with Spanish subtitles for the local Mexicans.
A new bowling alley. Construction has just begun. It is in a separate building beside the Office Max. This is Playa del Carmen’s first bowling alley!
2 cafes. The concept of high-quality coffee and excellent cakes and cookies is like Starbucks, but unlike Starbucks, they give you real cups! It’s better environmentally, and it doesn’t make customers feel like they’re busy and on the run.
A food court with a few options in Mexican food, like tacos and quesadillas, and American fast food as well.
3 banks, including Scotiabank.Having close access to banks within walking distance from home in a nice area of the city is convenient and comfortable.
Many little shops, including material stores, nicknack shops, and a number of stores for clothing, shoes, jewelry and appliances.
A Sam’s Club is located right across an intersection from the mall, about 200 yards away. Beside the Sam’s there are also 2 restaurants which serve a variety of typical Mexican food (not spicy!) and some North American style dishes as well. Prices are accessible, at about $8 or $9 a dish.While most of these features could be found throughout other parts of town, it’s convenient that they are located within walking distance, and all in the same place, with air conditioning!The choice of location for La Escondida next to this mall is combined with a series of on-site features to ensure that residents can enjoy their retirement lifestyle within the small community. While there are also services to make going out to other parts of the city and nearby attractions easy, it won’t be necessary to go out just to find basic services or day to day; Mexico’s Leading Network of Specialists for Finding and Purchasing Mexican Properties Safely