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Reviews

8.1 Review score
Score Breakdown
Cleanliness
8.4
Comfort
7.6
Property location
8.7
Facilities
8.2
Staff
8.6
Value
7.2
Reviews
    Rachel
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    7.9
    17 July 2016
    Amazing
    I would say that the only downfall of staying here is the fact that the booking only includes breakfast. You had to pay for dinner and lunch separately. The trip would have been less expensive if say our room included a tiny kitchen where we could make stuff ourselves. Since Punta Rucia is literally a secluded area, you didn't really have dining options. Another thing that I didn't like was that the hotel's restaurant would close really early (between 7 and 8 pm). You were forced to dine early, which made your nights short. I still would recommend the hotel to anyone.
    The best feature of this small hotel is the service. I feel the staff was diligent to what we asked. When going down for breakfast, the table was already set up for us. Our usual waiter (Roberto) was very nice and friendly. I loved that we paid for the tour to Cayo Levantado and we had our own tour guide. The trip included snorkeling , which we could see the reefs (they were beautiful) and the guide gave us a quick tour through the mangroves after we left the little island. Our tour guide, Federico, was very friendly and diligent throughout our whole experience at Cayo Levantado. The tour included drinks in the island which was really nice as well. The hotel also had wifi, which allowed us to be connected. I loved the beach as well, I think this hotel has the prettiest private beach of the area. When arriving from the Cayo, we continued our day by swimming in the hotel's beach. If you're looking to spend your weekend at a place totally disconnected from everything else, this is it.
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