I am of two minds about the Pez. I found the design of the lobby attractive, but our room was smallish and almost bereft of furniture ( no chairs, no table). There was a terrace facing the sea, but with no lights or electric plugs. Most weirdly, there's no doors to the bathrooms. Want to read or surf the net at night? Too bad. Want to sit down in your room? On the floor or on the bed. Want to crap in private? Go somewhere else. I could understand if this was some cheap, rustic beach palapa, but it's a boutique hotel that costs 240$ a night, for Chrissake! It's as if some ex-hippy designer was nostalgic for the most basic of youth hostels. Breakfast was minimal and uninspired (fruit and scrambled eggs, every day).
Slowly, however, the place began to grow on me, and this was entirely due to the staff. Violeta and Raul are rare gems: patient, friendly, knowledgable and deeply caring, they are simply great people. Without them the Pez would be an overpriced disaster.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included