Isleta de Gaia is all about solitude, rejuvenation, relaxation. The voyage to get to the Hotel is not convenient It took us several hours from Guat City. Each guest room is an individual grass hut with with concrete built-in furnishings..very simple, not fancy..moderate facility, appropriate for the coast of Guatemala.
We never saw another guest or tourist for that matter. The beach is long and clean..stunning sunrises/sets and safe to be out exploring.
The only place to get meals on the island are at the hotel. Must be a seafood lover to enjoy the cuisine. The shrimp ceviche was incredible. The rest of the food was fine but not world class. This is a perfect destination for nature lovers, honeymooners, and those searching for rest and privacy. This is not perfect for TV watchers, internet addict, those that are looking for a near by casino.More