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I am writing this review lounging in a hammock by the see in the Casa Central. I need to get back to reality in Mexico City tomorrow, but first will enjoy some amazing tacos at Los Abuelos (am too lazy to cook, though the kitchen...More
Better than we even imagined, and we had heaven on our minds!! We will certainly return because Casa Isabel was a delicate jungle paradise, but the added bonus was the humility and friendliness of our hosts, Chris and Beverly- great advice on local fun, great...More
Casa Isabel is a jewel. It's rough around the edges, not a polished 5-star resort - but that's what I wanted in Mexico. Very few walls, but lots of privacy. Each room is open to a view of the ocean - and the beds were...More
Stayed for a week , first at Annies and then at the Pavillion . When there was no noise it was wonderful but there was construction going on next door and somebody was playing electric piano
(Late seventies rock, limited repertoire) and as there are...More
Response from Isabelcasa, Owner at Casa IsabelResponded 5 March 2014
I'm sorry that our auditory environment was poor counterpoint to the radiant faces I saw when encountering these guests. The local Mexicans are absurdly tolerant of noise made by others, but I agree that the construction noise from an adjacent property, thankfully completed, was too...More
Casa Isabel doesn't have a phone number on their website.
Since I'd never been there before, I had questions about the number of steps, how steep the hills were just to get an idea on whether I could take my mom there and if she...More
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Response from Isabelcasa, Owner at Casa IsabelResponded 2 March 2014
We regret that this prospective guest had a bad experience interacting with us over the telephone about a possible reservation. The blunt-spoken volunteer whom she talked to has moved on.
This is not the experience you will have when you come to Casa Isabel, where...More