This hotel village outside the center of San Pedro has the look and feel of a pueblo: a labyrinth of walkways lead you from room to room, which are each constructed with typical mud-colored adobe and adorned with private terraces and often outdoor showers. Muted whites are prevalent in the guest chambers, which also have thatched roofs, thick warm comforters, and cool stone-tiled bathrooms featuring nice hot showers. Each room is different in size and style so take a look
at a couple before picking. If you are coming with children, there are family houses, too. There is a simple restaurant on-site open for lunch and dinner.
Jan 20, 2009
A place with immense character and comfortable room which was serviced twice a day. Rooms have additional outside shower which is blissful on a hot afternoon. Breakfasts are very good with a wide range of foods including some dangerous cakes. Tea/coffee available as self-serve at all times. Only drawback we found that room was a bit dark and lights gave more glare than light. Otherwise a magnificent stop.