Catamaran Island Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCatamaran Island Hotel Livingston
Very nice location, rooms were cute, pool was nice. The staff, once we got to know them a little bit, were very friendly. We would never normally pay this much for accommodations but our original plans fell through at pretty much the last minute so we considered ourselves lucky to get 2 rooms at the Catamaran. Breakfast was included and was very good but the menu was uninspired for other meals. The house wine is (in my opinion) undrinkable. It just seems like a shame because this place could be a real gem with very little effort or expense.
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... green-gos which is meant to sound like gringos (white people) haha. I had schnitzel and it was sooooo good! They then taught us a new card game named jenive, it was so fun! Don't worry mom and dad, we will teach you it! They also told us they want to come and travel canada next year so i hope they do so that we can see them! We were sad to leave but decided it was time for bed and luckily their manager told us that've would give us a ride because it was pitch black. When ...
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Cool pools ontop of a limestone bridge.
Hard to explain check out the pic.
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