This hotel is built in a horseshoe around a small rectangular pool, with a broad wooden deck around it. All the rooms, none of which are actually cabanas, are very clean and painted in lively yellows and reds. Rooms 1-4 come with private rooftop lounge areas with hammocks strung under an open-air thatch roof and a hot tub. These are by far my favorite rooms, but I also like no. 6, a second-floor unit with a small private balcony. They’ve also recently-added an 18th unit, a two level suite that is ideal for honeymooners, yet doesn’t cost a whole lot more than the other rooms. There’s no restaurant here, but they have a lively bar and an excellent in-house tour operation.