Hotel Paraiso is a lovely oldish(1975) hotel with a ton of atmosphere. Most of the rooms have beautiful views of the bay and they all have private terraces. There are amazing artistic and architectural details in every corner. Murals and sculpture everywhere you turn. The pool is large enough for laps and the shaded patio perfect for reading or naps in the hammocks.
The four suites on the top floor have access to a small kitchen with a large refridgerator and small cook top-perfect for breakfast, simple lunches and snacks. Sharing the kitchen does require a little communication and cooperation, but its was an experience we actually came to enjoy.
Yes, the hotel is a bit dated and things occasionaly need to be fixed. The air conditioner in our room had a fit one night and just stopped working but Sergio had everything up and running by the time we returned from the beach at noon.
The grounds and pool are extremely well maintained and the cleaning staff(lead by Flora the great) do an impeccable job. Whoever happens to be at reception(usually Sergio, Luis or Jose) will call taxis, arrange tours, schlepp water up to the kitchen-whatever you need.
This is a place to relax and enjoy being in a fairly quiet, lovely Mexican beach town. Thank you so much everyone for a wonderful two weeks.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking