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We spent one night. You can access the hotel by boat but it also have a direct access to the city. The room are nice but the staff is not specially pleasant. I guess it is more a family hotel. The room have nice view...More
Located at the end of Livingston High Street. The only way to reach the hotel is by boat. The hotel has its own dock. I travelled to the Villa Caribe by motorboat from Puerto Barrios. The journey took about 30 minutes.
The hotel is beautifully...More
The hotel is located on a cliff above the sea shore with a lot of pelicans but without swimming shore
Rooms are nice and good air condition
We had breakfast and dinner and the food was good but simple and basic
There was a nice...More
My wife & I and another couple spent 2 nights here and thoroughly enjoyed the hotel. Our room had a balcony with a nice view of the Rio Dulce & the Atlantic. The grounds are nice and there is a large swimming pool. The attached...More
Excellent location directly on the sea. A previous review described the hotel as "Average Best Western", which is perfect description. Rooms are OK but lack investment, but clean and tidy.
Restaurant was also ok, with good service and average food. Staff generally very friendly and...More
We were travelling with a group of 45 people and our reservations were also made in advance. I believe there are only 2 or 3 bungalows and the folks who were assigned them had accumulated more travel points. I spoke with one... More
We were travelling with a group of 45 people and our reservations were also made in advance. I believe there are only 2 or 3 bungalows and the folks who were assigned them had accumulated more travel points. I spoke with one of them who said they would have preferred a non/bungalow as it would have been blocked from continuous daytime sunshine. I would call the Hotel directly and ask to talk to the Manager as he speaks excellent English. PS - The breakfast and dinner buffets are 5 star.