My girlfriend and I just spent 3 nights at Dos Ceibas, and had a wonderful time. We stayed in the Iguana cabana, and loved it. The room (really a thatch-roofed concrete hut) was great, the staff was friendly and relaxed, it sits on a beautiful (and near-empty) stretch of beach, and the restaurant serves delicious food. (Honestly, the food was amazing.) The atmosphere is quiet and relaxed. It was great for a romantic weekend, although there were some families there too who seemed to be having a great time.
You should know that the place is rustic - the rooms only have electricity from 6pm-6am, you can't flush your toilet paper, you need to burn mosquito coils and sleep inside a mosquito net. The shower and sink are salt water, and it is quite dark at night. (We brought flashlights and needed them every night.) This is no surprise for anyone used to non-luxury Caribbean accommodations, but for those who are used to a resort, Dos Ceibas may feel closer to camping. (This was part of the charm; we kept joking about being on Gilligan's Island.) Our room was bright and clean and spacious, and they provide you with free purified bottled water in the room every day.
Our only complaint was that the water pressure in the shower was very poor, sometimes just a trickle.
We loved Dos Ceibas, and would definitely stay again.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included