Eight thatch-roof, A-frame bungalows are spread around Azania's ample gardens, and each sleep four. The first floor contains a queen-size bed, and a ladder leads to the second floor with a pair of single beds. Much-appreciated mosquito netting covers all of them. You'll luxuriate in the semiopen shower in the blue-tile bathrooms. Meals are served in the hotel's Argentine restaurant next to the free-form pool.
Jan 31, 2011
Wife and I stayed for 2 nights on Jan11,2011. Has to be one of the coolest places we've been to. All wood cottages with lofts and fans. Grounds are impeccable, Staff warm and comforting, waitress made our first (Rainy) evening there a very nice way to end a long travel day. We would recommend this place for anyone who doesn't need carpeting TV and a ton of hot water. Will definitely return and I hope it is dryer next time LOL