We really enjoyed our bungalow stay here. The location is simply beautiful (sunrise is worth waking up for), there's a nice little boardwalk to explore, free kayaks, a great library/book exchange and a large TV in the common room. There's also a swim raft with a couple of lounge chairs on it and pulley-style bucket service to the bar. There is wifi in the restaurant area, but the signal was unstable in our room. Tortugal is also a marina, so you can check out the boats and chat a bit with the liveaboard lifestylers if you are so inclined. Since you can only get here by boat and there are no other places within walking distance, you are a captive audience for the food, which was OK (not great), and moderately priced.
The bungalows are rustic, thatch roof affairs with mosquito nets and large open spaces at the tops of the walls. This leads to the major thing overnighters need to be aware of -- you can hear a pin drop in the room next door. It's as if they are in the room with you. Every word of every conversation and every sound from every activity is heard with perfect clarity in your room.
All in all, it's a naturally beautiful place for a day or two of rest and relaxation. It's alive with birds in the morning and hot enough to want to swim in the afternoon. One more thing -- English is definitely spoken here, and some (not all) of the staff had no patience for my limited Spanish.