The handiwork of local son Ramón Núñez, this place is appropriately named, as there is a small-village feel to the collection of Tahitian-inspired thatch-roofed bungalows and suites. It’s a little gimmicky, and feels like a theme park at times, but it’s a well-run operation that sees a lot of repeat guests. At the center of the complex is a small but inviting free-form pool, surrounded by palm trees and flowering plants. Rooms vary in size and are classified as beachfront, seaside, and garden view, with the beachfront units having the best unobstructed views of the water. All are clean, modern, and comfortable, with colorful-print bedspreads and dark-varnished wood trim. Most have a private or shared balcony with a sitting chair or hammock. Be sure to ask for a bungalow away from the busy road if you value quiet. Ramon’s has one of the longer and prettier beaches to be found in San Pedro, off of which is a brand new post-Hurricane Earl dock with a proprietary dive shop.

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