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|Value for money||7.6|
|Distance to city center||1.5 mi|
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The hotel has a very nice terrace with a view on the sea, which you can use around the clock. If you want you can order some drinks or have your breakfast or dinner there.
The floor in the room was probably mopped with too much soap, because the entire floor was very sticky.
The shower and sink water were salty. It smelled like salt and felt like it. Pool water was hot
The best option in Puerto Arista: it’s clean, has several pools, huge and empty beach, showers to wash off the sand, kids area, restaurant, good wi-fi, nice rooms with all the facilities and even jacuzzi. We’ve been there three times and everytime the hotel improves some details (which really makes me to come again). Strongly recommended.
The ocean view, comfortable bed, hot water shower, clean and the multiple pools are fun.
This is not a reflection on the restaurant as I have a restrictive diet, but had to push one meal away. That said, the pan Frances and the hamburger where most excellent.
This secluded hotel is pretty much at the end of the universe in Puerto Arista, and that means the beach is completely deserted!! The cool part is that you can go across the lagoon and visit the turtle sanctuary and see the adorable babies being readied for their big scary journey. The first meal we had at the hotel was awful but breakfast was always okay. After that we ate at one of the many beachside cafes that have swimming pools and showers. Coffee and the fruit plate with some quesadillas was our go to in the morning. Most folks seemed to prefer to spend the day with a tall pitcher of lemonade and a quart of rum. There is a bar just a few blocks back toward town on the right hand side (Bar and Cafe) that has a very nice hamburger,otherwise it's pretty much taco stands on the street and baked fish by the water. Not that we minded.... There are very few English speakers(save the boat pilot who was deported from Minnesota) so brush up on your Spanish. Everyone is very friendly and will help you out.
The hot water tank for each room is very small. You have to waiting between showers or soap up and then rinse off.
Hotel Villa Murano is located in Puerto Arista. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
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