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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Chillies West End
Belonging to the "Native Sons" Diving School, this is a real good buy - especially when you go for the little wooden cabins with private bathroom in the garden behind the building. They are nice, clean, equipped with a fan (what is really sufficient) and one of them has a private kitchen and one is supplied with hot water shower, too. For the others there is a fully equipped shared kitchen an cold water only.
They also have shared rooms for 3 to 4 persons with shared bathroom. For all accomodations you can get a liitle discount if you are going to dive with them.
The people are friendly and the "Sundowners" Bar ist just across the road. The beachfront is nice and clean and the diving school well equipped with good, professional staff.
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