Casas de Isabelle is in a great location. Our palapa overlooked a small canyon with a small waterfall and also had a view through the trees to the ocean. But the structure was open on all four sides, so cold wind blew through all night long. This, coupled with a hanging, swinging bed resulted in no sleep. When I opened up my suitcase on the table next to the bed, several items fell into the canyon. The manager did not respect our privacy and came into the palapa many times, without asking. The shower was lovely but the "bathroom" consisted of two plastic buckets with toilet seats on them. One of the buckets was open on both ends and went straight into the canyon. The price is very high and we found a lovely, larger place that was less expensive.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "A peaceful retreat for the enjoyment of nature and the rejuvenation of the human spirit." Casa Isabel is Yelapa's longest operating, most divinely located guesthouse. Located on "The Point" away from town, bordered by the ocean, a creek with two waterfalls, and unpopulated jungle. Casa Isabel offers a variety of accommodations, all with stunning ocean views, and privacy ensured by lush plantings with flowers and shrubs. ... more less