Families have commented on the affordable and comfortable guestrooms at this small hotel. The master suite with two queen beds are perfect for families as they can accommodate up to six guests. Guestrooms include free Wi-Fi, cable TV, private bathroom with shower, and air conditioning. Extra beds and cribs are available. At the hotel, guests can enjoy an outdoor pool and children’s pool. Other local activities include golfing, hiking, biking, surfing, sailing, rafting, boating, and more. An onsite restaurant serves three meals a day and overlooks the pool and garden. Local restaurants are also located within walking distance of the hotel.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool
- Onsite restaurant
- Nearby shops and activities
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Kids' Pool
This old hotel has great WiFi, a nice pool and efficient if noisy air conditioner. Other than that you would be better off in a tent. Front desk, worse than inefficient. Took our reservation documents and refused to return them until later in the night when he came knocking at the door. Flatly refused to provide a light bulb for fixtures without. The room had no chair, just the desk. Got a pool chair for that. The room really needed a good cleaning and painting. The bathroom was filthy. Not only had no one cleaned around the toilet in years, but it was black. The door frames were rotting away from leakage, the sink also leaked as did the drain underneath. The balcony doors did not close properly, the hole in the concrete for the latch was worn away. On the up side, the location across from the park was nice as was being next to the church where there is nice singing day and night. The included breakfast was also disappointing. A big breakfast self serve buffet that was cold and messy. Although we stayed 3 nights, we chose to go out to a restaurant to eat because this offering was was so bad. The worst part is that this hotel was shockingly expensive. This year we travelled for a month in Mexico, moving every 3 days, and this was the worst and most expensive place we stayed.
by Irma V
Front desk: not very efficient
Rooms: good size, comfortable but in great need of sun blocking curtains.
Cafeteria: don't get the breakfast plan, it's a small crowded place. Have a coffee right outside (it's the best), and have breakfast next corner, at "Terracota" (mmmmhhhhh)
Location: right on the center of La Crucecita, the second downtown in Huatulco.
Pool: small, cold, not really appealing...plus their loungers are decrepit and falling apart.