cool and comfortable, made with 95% recycled wood, king bed, private bathroom, wifi, electricity 24 hours only 30 meters from the beach ....BIKE INCLUDED.
Free parking on premises
1 night minimum stay
So amazing. This is not the place for people who want room service and posh hotel living. You are in the jungle, at the end of the hotel zone, there is no hot water, there is a septic smell if you leave the toilet lid up and it's very dark at night. However, if those things don't bother you and you want a spot right on the beach, with great food, seclusion and quiet for a great price then this is the place. I will definitely come back.
The cabana was clean and the staff was very gracious and kind. It did seem a bit unorganized. I never got my welcome margarita:), but that's ok. For some reason on the last day the water seem to shut off and the fan did not work after 11 AM when I want to take a shower. This might be because the solar needed to charge....? I found the bar and restaurant to be a little overpriced for what you get, but the other restaurants in that area are very expensive. Overall, my only complaint is the price. I paid $137 to stay in a cabana that had very little light, (unable to read a book at night), which is fine, but I would think that should be priced more in the $50 range per night. It was very safe and like I said before the staff was super friendly and very accommodating. The room was also very clean. I was staying in cabana number one which unfortunately has zero privacy, as you can hear everybody outside all the time and the window unfortunately faces the common area/entry parking area, because of this I never really felt comfortable spending much time in the room… But fortunately the surrounding beaches are beautiful so it was great for sleeping.
We decided to stay here for our honeymoon. It was rustic and charming - the beach was steps away from the room and stunning. The staff were wonderful - they even did a little laundry for us when my husband ran out of shorts! The shower was tricky - we were only able to get hot water during the day, at night it was tepid at best (probably a blessing during the hot summer, but the winter night air was a bit too cool for an equally chilled shower). The room is pretty dark and there's only one outlet, our cordless charger was necessary and it would've been nice if we had had a portable reading light. The wifi worked great. The room is not fully sealed - there's mosquito netting at the top which could use a little repair (wear strong repellant, it's the jungle end of the beach road). Also be cautious with the bikes - chain was a bit rusty on mine so going over bumps too fast caused it to come loose. Follow those tips and you're sure to have a magical time! We really loved our stay there, Ramone was always ready to help us out as were the other guests. Also, make sure to try their kitchen - the food was awesome and you can have it while lounging in one of the comfy chairs on the beach. We're looking forward to our next visit and plan to bring our son with us, too.
The room was, as advertised, rustic. But it had very cool elements like recycled bottles used in the walls as inset windows, a conch shell for the faucet and logs as wall bracings. The grounds are clean and just a few feet from the beach. The only things I would note are: #1 room where I stayed has screens at the top of the roof eaves, which makes for nice airflow, but also for a lot of outside noise. I am a heavy sleeper and found myself woken often by either road noise or goings on outside (chopping wood early morning, someone working on their car next door, the upstairs guests stomping down the stairs). A lighter sleeper may find this bothersome. The location of the cabanas is fabulous in its proximity to the beach, however the beach bar was closed and the other restaurants or bars close by close early (10 or 11ish). So if you plan on staying up late, make sure you plan ahead as there aren't any choices for a snack or even a bottle of water if you need or want anything.