This place arguably gets you the best bang for your buck in the area. The spacious individual “eco-cabinas” all have volcano views and small private balconies. The more economical “casona” rooms are a tad more rustic and housed in two-story blocks of four rooms. Inside you’ll find a mix of locally milled wood-plank paneling and painted concrete walls—some with hand-painted murals of birds, butterflies, and fanciful trees. The hotel has a pool, a small, natural hot-springs complex and spa, and extensive and lush gardens and grounds. The staff is very friendly and helpful.