Spent two nights here as a member of a seven-person tour group. Cabin had a hammock outside on the porch, along with a rocking chair -- nice place to just kick back. Walking trails through the tropical dry forest, great for birding. The dining area, as is the case in most Costa Rican venues, was open air. White-throated Magpie Jays came to watch us eat lunch from their perch in the rafters above; a few White-lined Bats roost above the TV area (only one TV here, none in cabins) and fly in and around the area at night. Meals were served buffet style. The buffets were not extensive, but were certainly adequate and the food fresh and good tasting. Beer and wine were available for extra charge. The cabin had a ceiling fan in addition to the flow-through air circulation, so nights were comfortable with just a sheet or light blanket during this dry season visit. Friendly, helpful Spanish-speaking staff. Wi-Fi in the dining area. Cabins are a bit dated, but were clean, no problems with insects. Good water pressure in the shower, too. While the separation walls were thin between units in these duplex cabins, I did not find noise to be an issue. Overall, a nice place to kick back and enjoy Pura Vida.