Artista Beach Villas
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I stayed at the Artista for a week in August (low season) and can highly recommend it. While it lacks some of the facilities of more expensive resorts (eg, no pool, no phone or safe in the room) this is more than compensated for by the location (at the end of Diniwid Beach which is beautiful and quite but only a quick, inexpensive trike ride to the bars and restaurants of White Beach) and the staff who were very friendly and extremely helpful throughout my stay.
I stayed in room Siete which is on the second level with floor to ceiling windows on two sides looking over the beach and the ocean as well as a shaded balcony with deck chairs where I enjoyed the cool breeze coming off the water most afternoon's. There's a small cafe and bar on the roof, also with beautiful views. The menu is a little limited, but if your not in the mood to travel into White Beach to eat the resorts on either side both have restaurants. There's also free wifi.
Overall, a great little boutique hotel and would definitely stay here again. Thanks to Alieli and all the staff for making my stay so comfortable and relaxed.
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