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Playa Bluff Lodge

At a Glance

    Pros

  • friendly, knowledgeable owners
  • wonderfully secluded
  • eco-friendly

    Cons

  • rough road to get here

Playa Bluff Lodge Review

It's still pretty remote out here in Playa Bluff, but this comfy place is an oasis at the end of a rugged road. Rooms are bright and cheery, with sliding patio doors. All come with king-size beds; one room has an additional queen-size bed. The entire place is solar-powered and you'll shower with collected rainwater. The Belgian herpetologist-owners—you'll find red arrow frogs throughout the gardens, but any snakes (nonvenomous) stay reassuringly on the far fringes of the large property—are a wealth of information about Bocas' rain forests. You'll be provided with boots and a cell phone if you wish to go hiking; the cell phone comes in handy if you want to make a trip into town, but most guests are content to stay here. A separate on-premises business, the Playa Bluff Lounge, serves as the hotel's seafood restaurant.

    Hotel Details

  • 5 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • No credit cards.
Updated: 09-10-2012

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