Casa Moabi
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Casa Moabi

Playa Chiquita, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca Costa Rica
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The pavilion
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Superbe.  Sympathique. On se sens dans la jungle.  Bon déjeuners abordables.  Service courtois.
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4.5
#1 of 1 small hotel in Playa Chiquita
4.6 of 5 bubbles
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4.5 of 5 bubbles
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In Costa Rica, on the Caribbean coast, in the national park of Gandoca Manzanillo. The "Casita" : Built in traditional Indian style, comprising 3 floors of 60 m² each, for six "casita" : - Four comfortable rooms each with bathroom including toilets, with access to a large common lounge and fully equipped kitchen, safe, garden, terrace and hammocks.- Independent pavilion with large rooms on the first floor, private bathroom, large balcony overlooking the garden and forest ; on the ground floor, large room with fully equipped kitchen and dining area. All of this in a lovingly cared for flower garden, with monkeys, toucans, sloths and parakeets as neighbours, and only 200 m from a superb beach which you'll almost have all for yourself. Alimentary shops and restaurants only five minutes away by foot.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Vending machine
Bicycle rental
Canoeing
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Secured parking
Wifi
Diving
Horseback riding
Snorkelling
Fishing
Shared kitchen
Laundry service
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Housekeeping
Safe
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Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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2.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Family
Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish, German

Location

Playa Chiquita, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca Costa Rica
Getting there
Somewhat walkable
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Grade: 65 out of 100
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Changuinola Airport
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Limon Airport
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1 Attraction
within 0.75 miles
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David Robinson wrote a review Jan 2020
Spain, El Centenillo, Spain1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Rooms: Wonderful, Breakfast: Delicious, Hotel overall: The Best!! I stayed here about a year ago during February and when I was there, there were two very helpful boys. One I believe was the son of the owner and the other as well, or just a friend, I'm not sure. The owners also very kind. But the 2 boys were awesome to say the least.
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Date of stay: February 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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LBinding wrote a review Aug 2013
Montreal, Canada28 contributions20 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My family stayed here for 4 nights. 2 nights in the open-air house and 2 nights in the lodge. The open-air house is a three-story affair with three bedrooms. On the ground-floor is a living area and kitchen. 2nd floor has two bedrooms and upper floor has a "master-suite". Our three kids had a wonderful time in the open-air cabin. I found it uncomfortably hot and more of a camping experience than I like. I think it's important for people to understand that Tom (the owner) is trying to deliver a rustic adventure-style stay in his casa. You should not be surprised to see the things you see outside. Bugs and such. I was surprised by the spiders (mostly in the kitchen and the bathroom), but they are harmless. The open area in the main lodge area is fun because guests tend to hang out there planning their stay..and sharing stories, experiences and conversation. Breakfasts were nice and plentiful. Hearty is the right way to describe it I suppose.
Tom mentioned to me that his biggest challenge is repeat business. I think it's because Casa Moabi is an "adventure" lodge. I likely would not go back for long. Maybe an overnight to see Tom again (a very nice young man)...but, I would probably find a more comfortable place next time. So in the end I would say, great people, adventurous lodge that children will love and grown-ups would appreciate ...once.

The toughest part to be honest is the 5am wake-up howl. Day 1 was cool. Day 2 less so. And day 3...well, you start hoping that they might start howling a bit later. I know I know...I'm a baby. But decent sleep matters...and the only way to get it is to hit the hay very early in the evening.

Punta Uva is a sweet little beach. As is the surfing beach in Puerta Viejo. Word of caution here; I had to rush a young Spanish man, I found staggering down the beach in the arms of some friends, to the local clinic. The clinic is about 20 minutes from Punta Uva. He had been bitten by a pit viper and lost his vision and got quite sick. He put his hand on a tree near the beach, to steady himself...and the viper was in the low branches of the tree. So don't go climbing trees or sticking your hands in the branches...as there are snakes in the trees.
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Date of stay: July 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: The lodge is open-air and hot. The rooms are smaller, but cooler.
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Maps534308 wrote a review Sept 2018
Liverpool, United Kingdom1 contribution3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Myself and my wife were doing a short back packing trip around Costa Rica for our honey moon.
We originally booked a private room for two nights, in error, as we needed 3. When I called the establishment to see if we could book an extra night, the lovely lady owner told us that only the apartment was available. Sadly this was just out of our budget. When I told her this, she quickly arranged a bundle price closer to our budget :) how lovely !
I had previously emailed (as I had with all our rooms ) to say it was our honey moon and so anything the staff could do to make our room special would be appreciated. Expecting something like a chocolate on the pillow, we arrived to the most gorgeous, wholesome couple who told us that they would like us to have the full apartment for the full 3 days as their “wedding gift.” We were totally overwhelmed by their generosity and kindness. Their general demeanour was beautiful and had us right at ease.
Later that eve, I left my phone in a tuc tuc. They were so calm , and happy to help (despite me being irritatingly dozy) and managed to get it back for me :)! Really went the extra mile.
They had no qualms with us having guests over for dinner, even allowing us to borrow some ingredients from their kitchen.
The apartment was basic but quaint and had all amenities, the setting made it lovely - wild life in abundance.
All in all the amazing couple who own this made our stay what it was; would 100% recommend
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Josephine D wrote a review Jun 2018
9 contributions3 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
A real enchanted place! Surrounded by beautiful garden and lush forest. I slept in the Casita, at the very top, with the birds and on most mornings, can hear the howler monkeys. The bed as was the entire place was very clean an comfortable.
There are bikes to rent to go around but my favorite beach was a walk down the road and through the forest...3 min. and glorious sand and sea and No one!
Had a great breakfast every morning with fresh local fruit, eggs and pancakes with some of the nicest people I have ever met, to start off my day. It is low key, very relaxing and rejuvenating! Cant wait to go back!
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Date of stay: March 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: The Casita is amazing, like a tree house. Hammocks everywhere and wonderful shower. Great kitchen...
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Erin M wrote a review Apr 2018
Portland, Oregon75 contributions53 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I were very disappointed by Casa Moabi, especially after all of the great reviews.The main "house" area where there are about 4 rooms including the one we stayed in, were run down looking. There is AC but it only works when you literally lock all of the windows shut, making it feel like a jail cell with no natural light whatsoever. The bathroom had a toilet disinfectant cake, which made both the bathroom and bedroom area smell horrid (even if you closed the bathroom door). The bed was ok, but not that comfortable. Breakfast was fine but you will be charged $5 a person. The area is pretty and cool that you can hear howler monkeys at night, but know you need a car to get anywhere like restaurants. There are plenty of other nice places in Puerto Viejo or Cocles that are the same price and nicer, I recommend skipping Casa Moabi in favor of those!
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Date of stay: March 2018
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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asasven wrote a review Feb 2017
Stockholm, Sweden38 contributions61 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed four nights in the Casita, or the jungle castle as we called it. Lots of space, three floors, kitchen and bathroom in the first, hammocks in the second, bedroom with safe in the third floor. So lovely to lie in the hammocks listening to the rain on the palm leaf roof! Although we had a well equipped kitchen we did not bother to make breakfast as the casa Moabi breakfast is so excellent. Fruits, egg, toast and bacon, French toast and a pancake served with coffee and juice. Perfect start of the day!
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Isislabella wrote a review Feb 2013
Oaxaca, Mexico18 contributions15 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The no-terrible-or-poor-reviews standard really fits this hotel. Great value for your money and the people working here are really, really nice. It is located between Puerto Viejo and all the major beaches, but it feels secluded and has a great restaurant close by (Malbec).

Highly recommended for budget traveleres!
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Date of stay: February 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Don't choose the room by the kitchen if you are traveling in couples.
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Jayfromcali wrote a review Apr 2019
Islamorada, Florida104 contributions96 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in what you would have to call a modern day tree house. It started to rain during the night and the metal roof was so soothing. The people that run the Moabi are transplants from Canada and were warm and gracious hosts. There kids doing homework in the main area, the pets camped out in there favorite spots made for a relaxing stay with no complaints.

They really are just minutes from the cars,bicycles and beach goers but you feel like you are up in the trees with the sloths, monkeys and wild birds. Three things to know about a stay at Casa Moabi.
1. It’s not the Radisson, if you are expecting this don’t try any place in Punta UVA. It is basic. There is flush toilets, electricity and refrigerators. Not doorman,bellman and the like.
2. Along with being a hotel it is their home. This is not the place for your spring break reunion tour.
3. This place is the definition of: If you want to go someplace different don’t complain when you find it.
As for my good the bad and the ugly,
The Good, friendly, warm and gracious hosts, from check in to leaving after our made to order breakfast, I felt encouraged to relax and mellow out.
As for the bad, the steps going up to the treehouse (that is what I called it, it is not a real treehouse, you just get that effect) were non standard. Difficulty for active and would be near impossible for some with any mobility issue. The Ugly...none,that left us at the path leading into Casa Moabi.
I would recommend to anyone. Thanks for sharing your home.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ScotScarlet wrote a review Oct 2015
Scotland28 contributions13 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you're looking to escape the "rat-race" for a while Casa Moabi is the perfect place for you!! My husband and I stayed at Casa Moabi for 12 days at the beginning of September in the Pavillion, which was very spacious and well equipped. The room was cleaned on a daily basis with bed linen and towels changed on alternate days. The owner Tom and his staff were lovely - very helpful and friendly, and can supply an amazing breakfast if you have a hearty appetite!!

Casa Moabi is within the rain forest with howler monkeys, sloths and a zillion birds clearly visible in the trees surrounding the buildings which was amazing!! The noise of the toads, frogs, crickets and gecko's in evening as dusk falls is awesome and so relaxing to fall asleep to! The pre-dawn chorus of howler's was brilliant - even if somewhat early at 4.15am most mornings!! We also experienced tarantula's, snakes and many, many other spiders (mainly huge) whilst there along with hundreds of geckos of many different varieties. The wildlife for me was the most amazing part of the stay (not so good for those with a delicate disposition!!), and the flora and fauna is awesome!!

The humidity takes a day or so to get used to but the bedroom in the Paviliion has a very efficient ceiling fan & several smaller fans if required. The shower was excellent - wonderfully hot and powerful, and the kitchen/cooking facilities were very good. There are some good restaurants within a short walking distance and two supermarkets only a short cycle ride (or walk) away. The town of Puero Viejo is about 20 minutes away by bike, passing by the lovely surfing beach of playa cocles on the way. There is also a very good bus service passing near Casa Moabi on an hourly basis through the day.

The best thing for us about both Casa Moabi and the surrounding area is the lack of "westernisation". There is no maccy d's or kfc, no large shops, no commercial or industrial areas - just sun, surf, sea, sand, wildlife, peace, tranquility and simplicity - Pura Vida!!!
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Date of stay: September 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Wendyhasalotofboys wrote a review Mar 2015
New York1,050 contribution40 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in the Yorkin built structure shown in the main photo for 4 nights with our three sons. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice it was since there were not a lot of photos showing the inside and none for the bedrooms on the second floor so I wasn't sure what to expect.
We arrived at night and had a heck of a time trying to find it in the dark. The sign is very small and we drove right by it several times. The sign right next to it for different hotel is very large, well lit and easy to spot in the dark so it would have been good to know to look for that sign instead since it's right next door.
We didn't do any cooking during our stay but there is a stocked kitchen and a nice sized refrigerator and a huge island with seating in the kitchen in addition to a large dining table and chairs on the lower level. There is also a seating area with a small sofa, chairs and hanging chairs/hammocks. The bathroom is next to the kitchen and is a decent size with a nice warm water shower.
The wooden stairs going up to the other levels are a bit awkward and not great for very young children but were neat. There is a gate at the top of the second level which latches so you won't have to worry about young children wandering around in the dark and falling down the stairs.
The second level has three beds which are all located in the very center of the floor and separated by hanging curtains to create 3 separate "bedroom" areas. One bed is large enough for 2 adults, one is a single and the third and smallest bed is also a single size which has a very thin foam type mattress which would sink immediately when you sat on it making it very uncomfortable but after my husband adjusted the wooden slats beneath it, I was told that it was much more comfortable so if you have an issue with that bed, check the slats! The area around the perimeter of the sleeping area is very nice with a 360 degree view and contains hammocks which the boys loved (but fought over!).
The top level has two balconies which I really enjoyed and kept trying to spot a sloth from (just missed it by a day!). The bedroom area is mostly walled in the center and has curtains hanging in the doorways. There are mosquito nets covering all the beds but the one on the second level covering the smallest bed kept coming down so I eventually gave up and stopped using it and that kid got bit up a bit but in general, bugs really were not an issue (we did use some Deep Woods Off though at night).
The bed on the third level was by far, the worst bed my husband and I slept on during our 2 weeks in Costa Rica where we stayed at seven different places. We woke every morning so sore and achy and felt like we were being poked by springs or something all night. My pillow felt like it was made from torn pieces of foam and was awful so not the best night's sleep ever.
Because this is more like "glamping" and with the open air design and no way to control the humidity, it's very difficult to control mildew and although we were assured everything was clean, there was mildew stains on the mattress and pillow cover (I don't know about the second level beds, I didn't look) but only noticed it on our bed because the sheets kept popping off while we slept and there was no mattress pad on the bed so we ended up on the bare mattress at times and saw what we had been sleeping on. If you find this bed to be too uncomfortable, I would recommend trying the larger bed on the second level which our 10yo said was comfortable and maybe stick older kids on the upper level.
Unfortunately, it rained (during the dry season in February)for four out of the first six days of our vacation and by rain, I mean nonstop, torrential downpour. Coupled with the extreme humidity and lack of sun, I was chilled but had damp skin day and night so putting more clothes on or even covering with blankets was an odd feeling. When it wasn't raining, the heat was not an issue at night, we just used the fan and were fine.
As another poster mentioned, you do wake early here due to the critters (the Howler Monkeys were loud and freaked me out until I figured out what they were!) but it was also a cool experience because it reminded me of the series "Lost". It's not a bad thing to wake early in my opinion because you get an early start to your day, you can take a walk down the road to the beach (I love my morning walks on the beach) or if you're brave enough, ride a bike into town (we are definitely not because of all the cars fighting for room on the road between all the bicyclists, walkers and dogs) or just to hang out in the casita with a cup of coffee. The sun sets early in February around 5:45pm so enjoy it while you have it!
We had breakfast there our first morning and although it wasn't for me, my husband and kids enjoyed it. For $5, we had eggs, toast, milk, fresh fruit, coffee, juice, French toast and what I'm assuming is the Costa Rican version of bacon (fried, thin, ham strips). If you're an early riser, you can make your way down the road into town where there are a plethora of dining options.
There is a very quiet little beach within walking distance but we went down the road into down (drove) and went to the beach there where we had a great time playing in the waves and boogie boarding. You can get surfing lessons or a massage from vendors set up at the beach. There are guys walking around selling coconut water drinks and there are plenty of restaurants all around. We were always able to find parking right in front of the beach, right off the road and on the side of the road in Puerto Viejo when we went to grab some food or walk around. We found a great bakery where we could get some decent pizza and pastries (de Gustibus Bakery) and you can find plenty of crafts being sold, souvenir shops, tourist/tour information, restaurants (try Outback Jack's Road Kill grill!).
There are many activities and places to see in the vicinity and Tom will happily book any tours for you (my husband had a great whitewater rafting trip!) and he will tell you what to see in the area and give you a map with everything marked off. He also saved me from what could have been a traumatizing trip for me when my laptop decided to die just a few days into our 2-week trip. He called into town for me to the guy he knows at the computer repair shop (who was a very nice and helpful guy!) and was able to get him to fix my computer the afternoon before we were leaving town. I am SO appreciative of that because I was upset that I would have nothing to upload all my photos and gopro videos to! It was also wonderful to have wifi here which saved us when stuck inside with all the rain. We had quite a few devices going but had no connection issues that I can recall.
All in all, despite the mass quantity of rain, I found the accommodations to be very unique, I really enjoyed the floor plan, the wonderful service and great location of this property. I would definitely not hesitate to stay here again and I highly recommend it to anyone else, just understand what it is you'll be staying in and go in with those expectations and I'm sure you'll enjoy your stay and leave with wonderful memories.
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Date of stay: February 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: If the third floor bed is too hard for you, try one on the second level.
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Answer from Agnieszka B
Warsaw, Poland7 contributions1 helpful vote
Hi, guests are allowed to use a fridge and a stove, so you can do your own cooking ;-) but be sure to try out one of the restaurants recommended by the owner!
JÜRGEN L asked a question Dec 2016
Donaueschingen, Germany7 contributions1 helpful vote
schlafzimmer air condition ???
Answer from Sightseer506743
50 contributions16 helpful votes
c est une hutte Bribri toute ouverte, ventilation et isolation très écologique et naturelle ! pas la peine d'avoir la climatisation !
mabelcita514 asked a question Jan 2016
Tandil, Argentina17 contributions2 helpful votes
Buen día: Quisiera saber si podemos contar con camas separadas y si es necesario tener auto. gracias
Vincent F asked a question Mar 2015
Bordeaux, France92 contributions48 helpful votes
Tout à fait d'accord avec vous.
Josephine D wrote a tip Jun 2018
9 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Casita is amazing, like a tree house. Hammocks everywhere and wonderful shower. Great kitchen in a completely open space. Love it!!"
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AKrepkiy wrote a tip Oct 2017
Toronto, Canada33 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get the bungalow!"
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Sébastien B wrote a tip Oct 2017
8 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Chose la Casita, its a bungalow isolated from the other rooms."
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1960Jacques wrote a tip Mar 2017
Winchendon, Massachusetts6 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The bungalow is a must!"
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laura s wrote a tip Dec 2016
Vancouver, Canada16 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The apartment is really worth the money for the privacy"
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30
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casa Moabi
Which popular attractions are close to Casa Moabi?
Nearby attractions include Playa Chiquita (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Casa Moabi?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and laundry service.
Is parking available at Casa Moabi?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casa Moabi?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bamboocha, Pura Gula, and El Rincon Porteño.
Is Casa Moabi located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the centre of Playa Chiquita.
Are pets allowed at Casa Moabi?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Casa Moabi?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and German.