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HOW TO RENT WITH MAZCASA

 1. FIND YOUR ACCOMMODATION
Finding a place to stay is easy. Simply type your destination (i.e. Mazatlan) into the search bar and select your travel dates to search. Click on properties to see more details and to read reviews of the property.

 2. BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATION
Before you book, we recommend sending a message (or contacting MazCasa) to find out more information and to confirm availability. Once you’ve decided on your chosen accommodation, follow the steps on the checkout page to send a booking request.

3. RECEIVE CONFIRMATION
  • MazCasa will accept the booking within 24 hours, if it is a property we manage.
  • If it is a host managed property, they have 24 hours to accept a booking request.
  • You receive a confirmation email once it’s accepted.
  • With Instant Booking, confirmation is immediate.
  • To ensure your payment is secure, MazCasa only transfers the money to the host 24 hours after you have checked in.

4. ENJOY YOUR TRIP
Once your booking is confirmed, your trip can go ahead!
  • If you booked a MazCasa managed property, please send us your flight #, date  and estimated arrival time.  We will meet you at the property and provide an orientation to the property and area, including a custom binder containing information about your vacation rental and about Mazatlan.
    • MazCasa also offers airport pick-up and drop-off service.  Please ask us for details.
  • If you booked  a host property (i.e. not managed by MazCasa), you receive the contact details of the host so that you can send them your estimated arrival time. Your host will meet you at the property, will show you around the place and hand over the keys.

5. LEAVE A REVIEW
After your stay, it’s important to leave a review of your accommodation. Your feedback is valuable and helps future guests gain an insight into what the property is like.
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