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Hotel Todo Blanco

At a Glance

    Pros

  • cosmopolitan Italian manager/dive instructor
  • transfers from all airports or rent-a-cars arranged
  • personalized price possible in low seasons

    Cons

  • no creature comforts
  • few on-site activities
  • no resort amenities

Hotel Todo Blanco Review

This simple, beachfront hotel looks like a Victorian plantation great house, a two-story, white building trimmed in gingerbread fretwork. Each room has a balcony of white wood (indeed, all is white, hence "todo blanco"), a couple of beds of average quality with pastel headboards, white chenille bedspreads, ruddy tiles, a mini-refrigerator, and a safe. It's nothing luxurious—no phones, satellite TV in the lobby only—and a couple of hairy, big dogs for security. The lush lawn is punctuated with coconut trees and hammocks—important since reading a good book may become your highest priority. The view is breathtaking, and a waterfront gazebo is the stuff of daydreams. You'll pay $26 extra for air-conditioning (if you don't, remember to use the mosquito netting); a generous, full American breakfast is extra.

    Hotel Details

  • 8 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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