Spacious two bedrooms from $1350! *Restrictions Apply
You've never lived amidst so many intriguing recreational choices. Picture all the incredible luxuries of a five-star resort, and get ready for an invigorating afternoon-or an entire weekend-of fun. Head down to the beach at the tropical swimming pool and feel the sand between your toes. Unwind in one of the spas then grab a drink from a poolside cabana. Join the actoin on the lighted tennis or sand volleyball courts.
Discover the intriguing challenges of our 24 hour fitness center with all the amenities you'd expect from a private athletic club. Men's and women's changing rooms with showers and steam rooms are only the beginning. You will find innovative equiptment where your digital life meets your workout experience on all the cardio machines. No matter what your level of fitness is, San Cervantes makes staying in shape more fun!
3-12 Month Lease Terms Available. (Restrictions apply)<BR><BR>Pets: Dog and Cat friendly with dog breed restrictions.
Facilities are excellent, well maintained. Leasing office staff are courteous and willing to help. Nicely laid lawns are quiet good to see. The only problem is with pet waste lying around children playing area. Management sent multiple reminders about this, and instances reduced, but still such instances are not rare. Sometimes I feel like there should be communities without pets due to this kind of experiences.
We''??ve been at San Cervantes for nearly 3 years; we feel safe, we''??re comfortable, and surrounded by Phenomenal and Caring staff. The area is a perfect bungalow and paradise is our backyard. We''??ve come to consider San Cervantes''??s home away from home.
Maintenance and upkeep of the property are great. The amenities are awesome. Especially the pool area.
Repacing was horrible. It looks worse than the first time. Cars need to be tagged to apartments. Lots of them not register
The residents often don't follow the rules like no smoking in the pool area, not cleaning up after their dogs and leaving trash around the complex. This isn't necessarily San Cervantes fault.