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It is quite isolated as place, but if your plan is to visit some a Mayan ruin and get away from civilization, this lodge is the place. Food at the restaurant is basic but rooms are comfortable and nicely decorated although rustic. No TV or...More
This beautiful lodge is in the middle of nowhere but just two kilometers from some of the oldest Mayans ruins unearthed to date. It is on an old family plantation and extremely well cared for. There is working machinery for processing and coffee, macadamia nuts,...More
First, like several other reviewers, let's be honest. This is a perfect place for certain kinds of people, and a perfect nightmare for others. If you need luxury, 24-hour a day electricity, smooth sailing, a masseuse and nail salon, find another place. You will hate...More
We had a group that required 3 rooms, and at the time we needed them, there were not enough available at the Lodge part of the facility. So we stayed at the coffee plantation part. It was the exact opposite of how a prior reviewer...More
Stayed here with my wife and a friend on 17 February 2014. Beautiful jungle environs. Road to the resort is a two kilometer-long; bone jarring mess. I almost wished that I had walked. We were charged $32,50 per person without breakfast. For that price we...More
US$ 62 - US$ 64 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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