We spent three nights in one of their honeymoon suite (#11) with sea view, which is largely blocked by trees, but still. The room's spacious, furniture not really modern, with a huge walk-in shower facility.
We didn't use the pool, which is rather small, more like a cold jacuzzi...
Since short, the Hotel has become an institutional member to two clubs, which enables hotel guests to use these facilities, too and that's a really gorgeous thing. One club is just a few metres from the beach, next to Father Roosters Restaurant & Bar: the Club is just about to open, no kitchen or any drinks yet, but the pool's fine!
The other club is back in Coco village, some 3 km from the Hotel: and it's fantastic! What a swimming pool! And a fully fledged air-conditioned gym to work out! BUT: no restaurant / bar yet operational but soon to come, as we were told.
The owner lady and her staff are very friendly and helpful, you really feel like sharing their private house with them, they'd always be around, ready for a chat and to be consulted.
The Hotel is for sale these days and we hope that the potential new owners will carry on with the same, charming spirit as is/was the case only a week ago.
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