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Best accommodations on Margarita Island

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We just had to share our exquisite find on Margarita Island. We'd read so many bad to indifferent reviews of hotels, B&B's and Inns on the island that we almost didn't go. It would have been one of the biggest mistakes of our lives.
What we found on the island is an incredible little, I guess you'd call it a boutique Bed & Breakfast. La Bella Luna Inn in Playa el Agua. Wow, we found paradise!
Our hosts, Ric & Rebecca are absolutely the perfect couple who compliment each other to a tee. Together, they create the most amazing atmosphere, food, drinks and everything else. It's always so clean and the food is terrific! There's a restaurant and seperate bar for guests, a beautiful pool, a billiards table, Bocci ball area, and so much more. They wait on you hand and foot or leave you to yourselves, whatever makes you happy. Their staff are some of the friendliest and hardest working we've come across.
We can't say enough about La Bella Luna but we've already rebooked and we're taking friends back with us so maybe that says it best.
I'm a beach lover, bar none but my husband isn't and would rather lay around a pool. You can do it all here and Rebecca was saying that they're going to be offering all-inclusive packages soon.
Dave and I are just waiting to see what she comes up with for our group!

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