Three of us stayed in January in two seperate cabins. Apparently it was unseasonably wet for the time of year. The grounds were soggy but then flooded for the final two days of our stay. The streets of the town were badly flooded do it was difficult to get around. You cat tell how deep puddles are and can go in up to you knees - as I did. However because the streets are sandy clay the mud was more of a problem. The town has pavements but many are incomplete or broken or flooded and it was difficult to get Between the hostel and the main town.
Possibly because of the rain one of the rooms smelled a bit damp.
the kitchen area is reasonably well equipped though for some reason there were very few knives.
The reception staff are friendly and helpful and the rooms are cleaned every day.
You definitely need Deet on Holbox. Holbox is kind of quaint hippy , traveller, kite surfing , off the beaten track kind of place with lots of Europeans and Argentinians who have settled there. Town friendly and safe.
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- Breakfast included