• 2 Bath
  • 2 Beds
  • 6 Guests
  • Townhouse


La Gaviota is a beach front condo that has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths--the master bedroom has a queen bed and bath, and the other bedroom has twin beds. There is a fully equipped kitchen, including coffee maker, blender, microwave, and toaster. The living room has a queen hide-a-bed and fireplace (bring own wood or fire logs). Other amenities include central heating and cooling, VCR, Wi-Fi, charcoal barbecue, and a patio in the back, as well as a beach front patio. Owner requests No Smoking Inside, pets accepted with an additional security deposit. Sheets and one set of bath towels are provided. 2-night Minimum during the week; 3-night minimum during weekends in March, April, May, June and October and all Holidays.

Property Details

  • Property Type: Townhouse

  • Bedrooms: 2

  • Bathrooms: 2

  • Floors: 1

  • Occupancy: 6


  • Air Conditioning

  • Beach

  • Internet Access

  • Kitchen


  • “Not aware that the house was located directly behind a strip club, and across the street from the party area. Music blaring until after 330 am. House needs serious repairs and upgrades. Master bathroom wouldnt flush properly. Shower in hall wouldn't work properly. Tiles loose on sinks, in shower. Paint was chipping. Place looked like it had been empty/abandoned for sometime. Beds were uncomfortable. Linens looked like they needed to be washed and could definitely be replaced! The house didnt have a broom or mop! TV didnt work. House had a foul odor to it, had to go out and buy candles and air freshener. Would not recommend this to anyone at any price. A little money invested into this property would make the location seem more bare-able.

    Casa Grande, Arizona
  • “This condo was clean and the beach was right out the back door. However, we did not know that we were in 'the entertainment district' which meant that from 8:00 PM until 3:15 AM we had to listen to the bass and do from the club on the next block. The bass resonates into the house, so there is no escaping it. We tried closing everything up, but the beat was still there. Also, the air conditioning had issues, so the coolest it got was 79 degrees. It was the most miserable night ever. We left the next morning at 9:00 AM. Upon leaving, there was cups, beer cans and beer bottles thrown all along the street that is used to enter the property. It was really disgusting. I suppose if we came down to party, this would have been the perfect spot, but we came down to relax and enjoy nature. This was definitely not the place for us.

    Rimrock, AZ
  • “I should have known what we were in for when the office gave me directions including "turn at the strip club". Not a great neighborhood, to say the least. Obviously, there's a reason they don't put the condo address on their website.
    They also didn't warn me about the home alarm system - and we experienced about 5 minutes of ear-piercing noise for me to find the code notation on the bottom of the information sheet they gave me at the office. 30 minutes later, a maintenance man showed up - on the beach-side - asking if we needed help with the alarm. Um, it's off and you're a bit scary.
    The photo of the beach patio is fairly accurate, but.... the condo inside was not well-kept. Leaky faucets, dingy/dirty floors, sinks, showers, toilets. There was no curtain on the window facing the beach (where folks walk by all times of day and night), so we had to hang a sheet. It was sort of like camping. Their ads said TV and there was one - but no cable (and no VCR/DVD player either, so what good was the TV?). When we made the trip over to the office to ask about the TV, they informed me that there shouldn't have been a TV in the condo since there was no cable service. The wi-fi DID work, however.
    Checkout instructions were a bit over the edge for receiving your deposit refund, including "you must sweep, close all curtains, drapes, doors, windows, clean this and that well, our cleaners do NOT wash dishes, our cleaners do NOT take out trash, .....". Not that we were at all messy, but we would have left the place much cleaner than we found it if we had followed all of the instructions.
    Overall, not impressed. We should have paid the extra $40-50/night to stay in the more modern, well-kept, Sandy Beach resort area. Next time.