My wife and I stayed 6 nights at the Los Establos in one of the rooms in the main building. Very spacious with an excellent view of the Volcano. The grounds consist of lush planting ,flowers and coffee plants. Each day my wife tried to photograph the birds that visited the gardens. The staff was wonderful. When we arrived they made us feel welcome."Part of the Family". They discussed and arranged all of our activities. Zip lining, coffee tour, bird watching, trip to the top of the volcano and even a fishing trip with transpiration. Meals; we had the plan which included all our meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner. The staff would prepare each meal in the kitchen and include different local recipes. One desert served was from a recipes her grandmother used to make. This personnel touch gave each meal a home cooked feel.. I speak very limited Spanish which was never an issue. The town of Boquete was a 5 minute cab ride or a 40 minute walk. Very friendly in the town and finding a cab back to the hotel was never an issue.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Boutique Inn in Boquete with tropical gardens and volcano views. Originally built as a fancy stable, this boutique hacienda still celebrates all things equine - think bronze horse statuettes, a cowhide rug, and rooms named for the former barn residents (Chombita, Rosita, Solita, more). Wrought iron, regal columns and colonial arches abound, as do tasteful furnishings picked up around South and Central America, including an impressive snakewood dining set carved by hand in Argentina. ... more less
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