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Hotel Lagunita in Yelapa

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#1 jdrewett

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    Posted 08 October 2009 - 02:25 AM

    Has anyone been here? The prices are right, just worried about the distance and some guests thinking it is too rustic? Let me know your thoughts.

    #2 Sandy

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      Posted 08 October 2009 - 05:17 PM

      Never been to Hotel Lagunita but been to Yelapa and it is amazing..you can only get there by boat though. It is pretty remote but nice and tropical.

      #3 chiefscribe

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        Posted 12 October 2009 - 06:56 PM

        The hotel has I think about 30 rooms, and some set wedding packages. Check tripadvisor for reviews--some people find it too rustic; others, not private enough. Guests would have to get there by water taxi from P.V. and service is only a few times per day. See yelapa.info for more on the area.

        #4 amandalsu

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          Posted 17 October 2009 - 02:10 PM

          I was told they cut off the electricity around 8 pm there. I don't know if that is true though. I would definitely ask. Most of the places at Yelapa looked open air with mosquito nets. Depending on what time of year you plan on going, I would check on A/C in the bedrooms (all night). We had a lot of fun the day we went over there to hang on the beach. There are a few resturants on the beach with pretty good food.

          #5 chiefscribe

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            Posted 15 September 2011 - 03:13 PM

            Electricity service throughout Yelapa has stabilized considerably since our first visit there in 2007.  We've been 8 times and haven't had power problems since the first time.   We didn't have our wedding at the hotel, but they are one of the most established businesses in town--only place with reliable wireless Internet, last we checked--so I wouldn't worry about that. 


            We found the rooms small-ish for the price and didn't want such a sandy and exposed spot for our wedding, but if the environment suits you I think you'll have electricity. 


            CAVEAT:  OH, assuming you are talking about the dry season--don't have any idea what it's like during monsoon season June-Oct.  We're not eager to try Yelapa or anywhere else in the P.V. area in summer given what we've heard about the temperatures, jungle critters, humidity, etc. 

            #6 chiefscribe

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              Posted 15 September 2011 - 03:14 PM

              And as for a/c, yes, I'd say 99% of the rooms and rentals there are open air, so you're not going to find much air conditioning.

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