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Bahia de la Luna

Playa La Boquilla, Puerto Angel Mexico
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Nestled among the rugged cliffs and dense tropical vegetation of Oaxaca’s Pacific coast is La Boquilla, a protected cove of white sand and still turquoise water. Virtually untouched by development, this pristine and secluded location – where osprey circle lazily over a silent beach – is the perfect setting for vacationers seeking a truly unique retreat experience.Protected by small islets and tall headlands the crescent beach provides a perfect setting for those vacationers seeking a truly unique retreat, for those who would rather hear the whisper of a gentle fan than the whirr of the air conditioner; for those who prefer snorkel and a sea kayak to the roar of a jet ski; for those who wish to practise yoga and sunrise meditation in an eco-sensitive environment and yet appreciate the best of fresh, natural, local foods & international wines in an exquisite water side setting, this may be the place you have always sought...
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Public wifi
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, German
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I arrived in the evening and was met by an wonderful sight. The hostel was all dark, only lighted up by fire lamps. By the beach was placed a few amount of tables where I sat and had my dinner. Eating dinner with the waves few meters from my table, looking at the stars, seeing the fire lamps and enjoying my chocolate ice cream maszal dessert and margarita was an amazing experience. They serve good local inspired food and the place is like a place you want to have your wedding.
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Response from gofo, Owner at Bahia de la Luna
Responded 3 weeks ago
We agree....Hotel Bahia de la Luna IS a great place to share wedding vows and be joined by friends..We're small enough that the whole hotel can be reserved for the group. Let us know when you're ready. Jorge
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Bahia de la Luna is a wonderful place to stay if you want some peace and quiet. The facilities are well maintained and and hotel staff are nice and friendly. I stayed in the Venus hillside cabana and it was super clean and had a nice comfy bed. However, it was very hot in June and the ceiling fan was not enough to keep me cool, but I had a small hand fan that I brought with me and that helped me at night to get some rest. Since the place is a bit remote (road into Bahia is really bumpy), we had most of our meals at the hotel and they were good and reasonably priced. If you want a place to relax and get away from the crowd, this is the place for you.
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Response from gofo, Owner at Bahia de la Luna
Responded Jul 5, 2019
Sorry it was so warm for you. July IS hot, but surprisingly is among our strongest months of the year.we usually put an additional floor/wall fan in the cabanas during the hot months, and I frequently jsut lift the mosquito netting since there are very few insects to bother you. Next time try to spend a cooler month with us. Thank you for your review. Jorge
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As other reviewers point out it's stunningly beautiful. The hotel staff is super thoughtful and the service is excellent. The food is great. Highly recommended. More details--it is a bit remote (which can be a good thing). It's very hot there in June. The ocean temperature is quite warm. Note there are kayaks & paddleboards to use for free.
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Response from gofo, Owner at Bahia de la Luna
Responded Jul 1, 2019
Thanks for your review.I was there in June, as well, and though hot I still enjoyed being there. I'm glad you did, too! It's surprising when the ocean can be almost "too warm".Cheers! JOrge
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Bahia de la Luna exceeded all of my expectations, and from the photos I saw online, they were pretty high. It was relaxing and picturesque with its beautiful private beach you could snorkel, kayak, or paddle board in, comfortable cabanas and loungers you could spend all day at the beach in, and charming eco cabana suites. Besides the gorgeous location and decor, the staff were truly amazing. Mario was and is the absolute man. The minute we arrived by a hotel-arranged taxi (I highly recommend this as the drive is long and the road to the hotel takes a turn off the highway into a slightly confusing dirt road, so it's good to be with a driver who knows the area), Mario grabbed our bags himself and hiked up the hill to put them in our cabana suite. It was a long trek. I was ridiculously winded when I made it to the top, and I didn't even have any bags to carry. But Mario did it with a smile on his face. Mario also was a wonderful waiter and bartender, and when we accidentally lost a snorkel in the ocean, he spent some time looking around and found it. I had unfortunately gotten sick while staying at Bahia de la Luna (might have accidentally swallowed some water, who knows?), and as I was throwing up on the lounger at the beach, Mario insisted on taking my barf bags. Again, with a smile on his face. Who happily takes some stranger's gross barf bags? Mario does, what a mensch. The hotel was also really accommodating to my sickness. My partner had to carry me up the steps to our cabana, however, once he informed the hotel staff that I was sick and needed some crackers for my stomach, they insisted on changing our cabana to a beachside one (less of a trek) with no extra cost, drove up to our cabana where I was staying to grab our bags and drive me down to the new cabana, gave me freshly baked bread to munch on, and offered to make me fresh soup and a ginger drink for my stomach. The next few days, while my stomach settled down, the hotel was really wonderful in finding us activities to do around the area. They arranged for us to do a bioluminescent lake excursion (which was truly remarkable) and got taxis for us to go to nearby towns. The food was absolutely delicious as well. Each night the chef has a set menu that guests can opt in to eat and it was amazing. The rooms had mosquito nets, which was a nice touch and had numerous fans so that nights weren't too hot. The only downside that I can think of would be that WiFi was sometimes spotty or non-existent (but who needs the internet when you have a private beach with schools of tropical fish to swim with?) and that the shower water was unheated (although, I honestly never really needed heated water, as it was so hot outside!). All in all, this was a wonderful stay and I would definitely come back here again.
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Response from gofo, Owner at Bahia de la Luna
Responded Jul 1, 2019
A really balanced review...Thanks! Our staff does try hard to make each guest's stay as nice as possible, and its great to have them appreciated. Yeah Mario! How nice that you could suffer stomach distress and still compliment Chef Coco's cuisine! The hilltop cabanas, while having great views, are a good hike...that's why we discount them, but i'm glad we had a beach level Cabana for you! I, too, have enjoyed the bio-luminescence in Manialtepec Lagoon...what a treat. Hope you can make it ack again soon! Cheers! Jorge
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I am really happy we stayed at this hotel. The bungalows are somewhat small but cozy. The food was amazing and the service was fantastic. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. The road to get there is super bumpy so be prepared for that. There are bats and mice around, but we did not mind because we understand that this is not a 5 star resort. There is no AC but again, we didn't mind because we loved the view and the private beach. Snorkeling was fun and meeting locals was pleasant. Stray dogs hang around but they are cute and did not bother us at all. Everything was wonderful. The heat gets to you sometimes but the big fan in the room helps tremendously. I would definetelly come back to this wonderful place.
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bahia de la luna hotel puerto angel, bahia de la luna oaxaca
MexicoSouthern MexicoOaxacaPuerto Angel
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