Our group of 4 had 2 rooms - 1 standard ( small with twin beds and own separate bathroom), 1 deluxe ( double bed, sl more spacious and en-suite shower), for 3 nights.
Beautiful views from the breakfast terrace. Unfortunately, there is a plethora of n oise from 05.00 every morning - motor boats, their wash, staff sweeping the grounds and other guests rising for the early morning nature trips. there is also a noisy kids disco in the centre of the village that can be heard well into the evening.
Gina in reception pushes Miss Miriam's restaurant. Not sure why as it was the worst of the 4 we went to. The best we ate at was Wild Ginger, closely followed by Miss Junie's (also seems to have nice rooms in quiet location) and Buddha Cafe ( charming maitre d' and enormous pizzas, pasta or crepes).
BIG TIP - wrap your suitcases in bin bags for the boat from La Pavona. 2 of ours were literally dripping with river water when we arrived, though the man in the Jungle souvenir shop will point you to a very reasonably priced laundry lady if required.