I booked The Loft for a week, the room was great, amazing bed, good A/C (you need this during summer) and staff was lovely. But it's noisy, within the hotel guests and location. Centrally located, which is good for moving around town, but not that friendly when you want to sleep. Lovely yoga classes offered in the rooftop. Good restaurant in site, not very vegetarian friendlyl.
Selina is a great spot to stay! We stayed for 4 nights in September 2020 and had a great time! The room was clean and comfy and the facilities are great, the pool is a nice area to hang out! The wifi is unreliable here but that's not Selina's fault - the whole town has unreliable wifi! Would definitely recommend this place and would stay again!
This wonderful hotel was Luke a little sanctuary of luxury. The pool was fantastic, the rooms spacious and so clean, bathroom was large and clean. The staff are all welcoming, happy and wonderful. The hotel is central to everything in town and to the beach. It’s a little gem in the middle of Sayulita. No negatives about it. It was really special.
We loved the central location of the Kupuri and were pleasantly surprised by how peaceful and quiet it was. Our ground floor room looked out on the pool. The rooftop breakfast spot gave excellent views of the city and ocean. Staff were very helpful. The hotel was sparkling clean.
I stayed here for 5 nights recently. The hotel is exactly what it appears to be. Affordable. Kind of comfortable (plastic-covered hard mattresses and bad pillows) but fairly clean. The rooms are very basic but the bathrooms are newly renovated and quite nice. The pool area was also kept clean and swept and was a pleasant gathering spot for our group. The WiFi worked great and when the power went off due to a storm, the hotel quickly fired up the generator. The provided breakfast is barely that and presided over by local women who are NOT friendly at all. They simply don’t speak any English and don’t care if you are there or if you eat the breakfast at all. There are a number of great places for breakfast all around the hotel - even good coffee bars. There is a locked gate on the street which gives you some measure of security. There is also a security guard in the central pool area all night. He chain smokes (which drifts up to your room) and plays Mexican dance music on his little boom box (which is a drum throb in your room). But honestly, Sayulita is a party town and doesn’t shut down early at night. Don’t go to Sayulita if you want quiet. The maids were great and if you tipped, your room got extra attention. The front desk staff (Monica) has ZERO people skills. If you asked for help, say calling a cab or coming to the room to open the safe so you could reset it, she did it - but only after eye rolls and deep sighs and no conversation. She knew nothing about where to eat, what things to do, money exchange etc. She just really wanted you to leave her alone. A really interesting choice for someone who is client-facing and there to serve the guests. Kupuri could have a great place if they renovated the rooms to match the nice bathrooms and if they hired fun, out-going and friendly staff - that alone would make up for other short-comings. A friendly hello and smile and a helpful front desk person is worth their weight in gold. I would have given them 4 stars if the people working there were at least friendly.…