60q for dorm bed
privates were good, fan, mosquito nets, and outlets in the rooms.
dorms were incredibly basic, no outlets, there were mosquito nets. Roaches, spiders, or any other jungle critter found its way in. Thankfully the private room was a little more secure against invading bugs.
The family that runs the place is very nice. Nice pool with an amazing view. Didn't try the food, but the portions looked big and the prices seemed kinda reasonable. The town is a 10 minute walk of you want something else, and it's safe to walk at night
Good spot to camp 50/pp. Place for parking all manner of vehicles. Showers and bathrooms are clean, but water is cold. Miguel the groundskeeper will lock up your bags in his shed while you are touring the ruins. Free WiFi at the cafe next to the museum
Same as everyone has said. Cheapest place on the island,
-30bzd big room(1big bed, 1 single bed, 2 fans. with shared bathroom
-40bzd room with private bathroom (fans, no a/c)
-80bzd entire cabaña, private bathroom, full kitchen, only fans no a/c
112bzd air-conditioned room, not sure if it has a private bathroom
overall a great place, good location, good price, and friendly owners. As an update to the post from the last person who stayed here: NO BEDBUGS FOUND :)
Don't know about same day, but good prices. 10p per kilo, minimum of 3 kilos.
|Quiet beach spot||
Quiet camping spot on the beach. Very close to the road, but no noise at night. There is space to park a car or camper close by, but probably not big enough for a larger rig. Much garbage has washed up, as with all the beaches here :(
Area with free access to beach. during the day many locals, but at night very quiet. area to park a car, but probably not a big rig. much garbage as well