I liked the foodThere was a lot of it, and it tasted good. The staff was very helpful. Avaro was our main tour guide, he drove us to all of our activities. He took a lot of pride In His country, and told us a lot of extra information. We were picked up at the airport, driven to the resort and greeted by the staff with cold ice water. They took our bags to the room and then took us on a tour of the on property jungle.
There was a little cabana with lounge chairs and the hammocks the kids really enjoyed relaxing in.
Meals were served in the restaurant, and were plentiful. They had some authentic feel to them, but were not so unusual that it still felt "homey". Chicken, beans &rice, Shrimp, vegetables, homemade soup. All dinners were 5 courses, breakfasts were fresh juice fresh fruit, and then a choice of eggs or beans on tortillas, or cereal (for the kids). All served with bread.
It wasn't super fancy, really a down to earth establishment that focused on great service. The owner Christine made an appearance at almost every meal, and asked how our day went. We didn't have to plan anything, just show up and they would bring towels, water, and provide our lunch every day.
There was an ice c cold jug of water in the fridge so there was always water to drink.
The facilities were lookingsomee a fresh coat of paint could brighten things up-don't get me wrong, nothing was broken or didn't work, just a little routine maintenance is in order.
I would have liked to have some wine or beer with dinner. They didn't provide any alcohol, but you could get it yourself.
They didn't have a swimming pool, just a on property lake. I doubt we would have had time to swim a lot.