A peaceful hotel by the sea. Location is not that good and taxi seemed to be somewhat difficult to arrange, though the staff made a big effort and finally made it happen and we got a taxi. Only one person of the staff spoke english and he wasn't around much, but the staff was very patient in understanding us and we got everything we needed. Garden is pretty and the restaurant hut by the beach is nice. Hammocks and sunbeds with mattresses were available all the time. The beach itself was not very impressive, kinda small, but the sunsets were beautiful. Generator seemed to be working just fine when the electricity went out once and the wifi was working fine all the time. The room was nice and clean. Breakfast was included, but not very impressive, just a few pieces of toast with jam and coffee and orange juice. You could order other stuff of course, it just cost you more. The restaurant closed at 5pm, which surprised us and sometimes you had to go all the way to the reception to find a waiter, but all and all I'd say it was a nice little hotel and I'd go there again if need be. There's a Diners logo by the door, but our cards didn't work?!
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- A place to relax and enjoy tourist-frenzy-free. For the adventure type, for the business type, for the family type. A place to relax and enjoy the natural beauties in an virgin area of Honduras! ... more less
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