Stayed here for one night on Exodus's La Ruta Maya tour. First impressions were good with a lovely welcome from the German girl who works there and the dogs. Thatched cabins looked okay, ours had two double beds under mosquito nets in the main room and a T-shaped divider in the back room to provide shower and toilet cubbies. Wouldn't be suitable for a twin share as both toilet and shower were open to the main room. Dinner of mango chicken was good and we sat around chatting before and after dinner.
Unfortunately soon after bedtime a rainstorm hit and it poured all night. The noise was deafening on the thatched roof which then began to leak onto both the bed and the floor. As the rooms have no windows, only mesh screens, all the bedlinens and the clothes in our suitcases were damp/wet in the morning - not to mention the creepy crawlies that had come in out of the rain (scorpions, spiders etc).
All in all a pretty awful experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Spend your days surrounded by nature at the shores of the beautiful Laguna Bacalar, Mexico’s second largest freshwater lake. Stay in one of ten comfortable and spacious stone cabins with thatch roofs, surrounded by tropical gardens and reminiscent of a Mayan settlement offering guests a tranquil base for relaxing with nature. Swim, kayak or sail the magnificent lagoon, explore the many nearby ruins, hike jungle trails, or just enjoy our scenic beauty, birds, and wildlife. At the end of the day, fall asleep to the comforting hum of the surrounding jungle. ... more less
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