The place was very clean! There were plenty of dishes and we were able to cook at least one meal a day in the loft, even though by the end of the trip we regretted not trying out more restaurants because there are so many good ones. Everything that was stated in the description was pretty exact. The place feels very safe and secure having a wall/gate that surround the 3 lofts. It feels very private and comfortable. The bathroom was equipped with soap and shampoo which is made locally! I love little touches like this. There are 2 parking spots in the front of the property which was nice as we rented a car. The bed was comfortable and having lights and fan control buttons available right above your head was so well thought out! As everyone mentions if you are a light sleeper the sound of turkeys and a rooster in the morning are prevalent. I drowned the sound out after a couple days but my boyfriend needed earplugs. Other then this the place is pretty quiet and I would still DEFINITELY stay here again. A little hard to find only because the sign was a little small, but the directions are very specific and lead us right to where we needed to be. Just keep the photo of the front of the place with you and you will have no problems! tip**many locals while having no idea where you are trying to go may still give you false directions to be polite, rather then turning you away, just keep this in mind. Aguachiles restaurant, is a good land mark for where you need to turn off of the main strip and they have great ceviche :) William the manager was very friendly and helpful. If your phone doesn't work in Mexico, connecting to the wifi right outside the front door is not problem and helped us when we needed to contact the manager (using whatsapp) about a key mishap. Eduardo happened to be in town during our stay and was very sweet and helpful. on the last night he invited us over with a few others and had some nice conversation, we were able to meet the designers of the loft which was really great! we'll be back!