Though it's a bit dated in spots, this boutique resort has a lot to recommend it including two good restaurants, three pools, an in-house spa, professional dive and fishing operations, and a tennis court. In the rooms, rustic red-tile floors, Guatemalan textiles, and Mexican ceramic accents abound, and all come with a private balcony, hung with a hammock. If you’re traveling with family, know that suites and newly constructed villas come with fully equipped kitchenettes, and all have a large living room and a large balcony. Guests also enjoy unlimited free use of the hotel’s sea kayaks, windsurfers, Hobie Cat sailboats, tennis court, and bicycles, as well as free airport transfers. Because the hotel owns and manages two small private islands, Ranagua Caye and Robert’s Caye, guests can take a day trip to these tiny offshore cayes, or spend a night or two in a simple yet comfortable cabin.
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