I love the view, I love the setup. The bed isn't so comfortable, and I wish I had had DEET bug spray! The hammock was what I wanted more than anything, so I wish there were a mosquito net around it so that I could have slept in it overnight.
I wasn't in love with the staff, and I didn't know that the reception staff left at like 7. I didn't even know how to find the restaurant to get a bite to eat, and I left on my hike before they arrived. I couldn't check out, as no one was there to check me out. Logistical concern, but it worked out. I spent several free hours after checking out at the restaurant in its hammock. I loved the restaurant staff far more than the front desk staff.
The room I was in was ajacent to another room. I listen to podcasts on my phone speaker to sleep, and despite not saying anything when my neighbor's loud conversations disrupted my time on the hammock or my first attempts to sleep, they banged on the wall and yelled at me for my podcasts. Not blaming the hotel whatsoever -- but it's something to be aware of when choosing a room. Heads up -- you need to be able to go up and down steep stairs without railings to stay in these rooms.
I could have stayed another day for the view, despite the unfortunate neighbors, relaxing and reading in the hammock, but it was booked up. I still recommend it.