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Reviewed December 26, 2014

The rooms are basic, but comfortable. Bastien and his family made us feel very welcome - I am surprised to see comments about the staff being rude. That was not our experience at all. The meals are really, really excellent - the highlight of our stay. And the dining terrace has a beautiful view of the harbour. The property is well maintained. Puerto Angel is noisy - roosters, dogs, song birds, fireworks, bands playing the street. Welcome to Mexico. I think you will find this anywhere in Puerto Angel. PA is a working fishing village, so the beach is not great for swimming, but it is easy to take a taxi to nearby beaches at Mazunte or Zipolito ($4-10 each way). We enjoyed staying in a real, Mexican town instead of at the tourist beach communities, but if all you are looking for is the beach, go to Mazunte or Zipolito.

  • Stayed: December 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank Kevin O
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Reviewed January 28, 2013

The hotel was dirty and owners were rude. We were going to stay four night but could only stay one. We were lead to believe that the beach community called Puerto Angel, 6 hour bus from Oaxaca City, was a "piece of heaven", according to the book. This might have been the case twenty years ago but upon our arrival it was a dirty fishing village with improper sewage system that emptied into the little bay in front of the hotel. Yes, raw sewage into the small bay for swimming and fishing. The smell lingered all over the town. Almost half the beach front properties were abandoned and crumbing too, filling with trash, rats, and stray dogs.

Room Tip: If you are looking for a nice time in the area go north to another town or south into Huatulco.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 27, 2012

We didn't stay here but came in the evening to eat. The restaurant is perched on top of the guest house and you get great views over the village and bay. In the evening there are just one or two dishes to choose from but every meal we had was excellent. Succulent tuna, then lobster ( we ordered that specially) The meal is served with home made bread and a great salad. If you want wine it's a good idea to order it ahead of time, especially if it's white and you like it cold. Service is a little erratic but very friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Pauline A
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Reviewed April 18, 2012

I didn't stay here but went to eat here for dinner one night and were so impressed that we went back for banana crepes with nutella the next morning. Yum. Stellar views from the rooftop rating areas too!

  • Stayed: April 2012
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Thank senoritaellie
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Reviewed August 23, 2011

If you are not looking for a place too fancy, Gundi y Tomas may be right for you. My wife, 14 yr old son and I stayed there for 2 nights in July. The rooms were large and equipped with mosquito nets and fans. The bathrooms were colourful but rudimentary. Overall, it was a really funky place! The food was delicious! Our host, Bastion, spoke English very well. He was also very hospitable and helpful. While the stairs up might be onerous for some, the location gave us a nice view of the town and bay. The rooftop deck also provided us with a refreshing breeze.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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