I enjoyed the the people and their colorful culture. The place is a rain forest and a paradise. Where we stayed it was peaceful and beautiful. Mango trees and plantain trees were everywhere. One expatriate from Israel who was selling healthy food in the farmers market said he was eeking out a living but didn't need much because his environment was rich in beauty and resources. Perfect vacation from a busy,stressful life.
Low-key hotel offers a beautiful view, pool experience, bar inside of pool and their restaurant is delicious! We truly enjoyed ourselves for the most part. The room was neat and organized. However, it can be upgraded a bit and the toilet seat was stain from being old. Also, there was no WiFi other than in the lobby--huge no, no! But, overall, we did have a great time! The beach is literally steps away and we were able to get away and have a great time!
Really enjoyed our stay at the "Parrot". Had Room 9 with nice private balcony. Lovely garden. Note ;long climb no elevator or folks to help with heavy bags. Two restaurants both good food and popular. Coffee available at 8AM. Although don't try to go to the pizza restaurant in the rain it requires negotiating several flights of seriously slippery outdoor tile stairs.On main route 413 so can be noisy. Staff was very friendly and room was sparklng clean- basic. Internet is available but slow and spotty at times. Pool well maintained.
The hotel is in a very nice location and the room was very nice. Loved that it provocar utensils, pan, etc. The ocean was so nice.
The only two things that I would warn anyone about is that the rooms are not sound proof at all, and the parking is not the greatest.
My husband and I still loved our stay there. We felt it was well worth it despite the occasional noisy car in the middle of the night. You can't have everything!
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Rincon was beautiful in late April, with warm days with a nice cool breeze, fewer people, great sunshine, great food, quiet and so pretty. The beaches are almost empty. One concern was the roughness of the ocean with a big rip tide (on both sides of the island). Terrific food at reasonable prices and a fun area to drive around the small Rincon area. Don't miss the lighthouse.
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Rincon is famous for its beaches, which tend to be small, intimate, and varied in character. The first World Championships of surfing was held in Rincon in 1968, and the big waves of the northern beaches still attract surfers the world over. The calm waters of the southern beaches, by contrast, are ideal for snorkeling and diving. During the winter months, humpback whales swim offshore.