This is a very modern and clean hotel. The hotel has a Caribbean Beach feel with its thick white walls, twisted staircases, tree lined pool and a cabana outside bar. Makes you feel like you’re at the beach. There is a restaurant with excellent food and outlets if you want to work outside of your room.
Located near the main streets, It’s very easy to walk to street vendors, restaurants, bars and stores. Some of the restaurants are amazingly good and inexpensive. Almost every restaurant had vegetarian options or they would come up with dishes for us.
The receptionist was very helpful and spoke good english. There is a security guard at night. You use your room towels for the pool or beach, they will exchange your used ones for new ones at the front desk.
The rooms are large with stylist round back chairs, large smart TV that hangs from the ceiling, back lit mirrors and a very cold AC. The bed had clean, new linen and was comfortable. There is a workspace that is large enough to set up a laptop. The Wifi is fast with plenty of bandwidth for digital nomad and remote working. The staff does an excellent job of cleaning the rooms. They literally grab a hose and wash out the interior of the room.
The bathroom is spacious with plenty of space to put toltiters on the sink. The shower is glass with an over the head rain shower head. Plenty of hot water with good pressure. The room and bathroom has decorative blue lighting.
The pool is amazing and has a lot of pool chairs to lay down. The pool staff is very accommodating and they’re always asking if you need to eat or drink something. It is a bit pricey. They’ll bring you everything and anything that you like. One thing to note is you cannot bring your own food or drinks to the pool.
Author: Blaz Gallegos
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