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We opted for a non air conditioned room which worked out fine until the town's power was cut in the middle of the night brought a rough hot patch in the middle of the night. There was a good pedestal fan as well as a roof fan however this rattled so much we opted to leave it off during the night. Air con was an about an additional US$15 a night. The room we had was a decent size however it had a double bed and not a queen which isn't the greatest! The room had a decent sized bathroom and a fridge which was nice. The resort has it's own nicely laid out restaurant which serves quite good food at reasonable prices given it is in the hotel. The hotel has nice beachfront with chairs and palapas which provide good shade.
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