Canopy and floor provide platforms across which species of trees, plants, and animals connect. The canopy at this boutique hotel is not only evident through the windows of the house and tree houses, but also in the canopy across continents created during the nightly happy hour from 5-6 p.m. Most, if not all the guests gather for sangria, wine, juices, or hot drinks and an appetizer and dessert. While we were there, guests from three continents—Europe, North and Latin America met at the wonderful interface created to exchange information about travel, wildlife, and adventure. The people in the canopy provide suggestions, tell stories, and share conversation. The scale of Hidden Canopy is just ripe for this to happen.
We stayed in the Glade—an octagonal house in the heights; the views were lovely. While our experience was very good, there was room for improvement. Service was taught but not owned. We were not greeted with Buenos Dias or Good Morning when we came into the main house. The staff did not initiate conversations that were not related or orders for breakfast or happy hour. It was not sincere or engaged--attributes that would be indicative of more than going through the motions. For a boutique hotel, bathrobes would also have been nice.
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