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Casa Blatha’s website has great pictures, but no pictures can do justice to the beauty and absolute tranquility you will find there, a feeling that is spread all across the wonderful piece of paradise that is Holbox Island. My girlfriend and I stayed there for...More
A hearty thank you to Daniel and his entire staff for making our stay in Holbox absolutely brilliant.
Daniel has built a paradise just a few steps from the turquoise sea. The views are wonderful, particularly from his rooftop terrace. The rooms, including bathrooms, are...More
This is the second time my husband and I stay with Daniel and his friendly and welcoming staff at the small eco-friendly hotel Casa Blat-ha. This time we spent 10 nights in a nice room on the 2nd floor with fantastic panoramic views of the...More
Casa Blatha is a peaceful place to stay. The rooms and the view are beautiful and the atmosphere is welcoming and super friendly. The vegeterian food is cooked with fresh and local products (mostly ingredients they produce themselves). The beach is one block away. All...More
We stayed at the hotel for 4 nights - the room is not very big (but was big enough for us) and it was nice and clean and of basic standard (queen size bed, mosquito net, bathroom, hammock) We could use the balcony (shared with...More
Response from lovetravel43 | Reviewed this property |
No, don't go there. It's not what it seems to be. The management is bad, the rooms are old and smelly and don't have windows. Besides , is far away from town, 30 minutes walking. Because of the closeness to the jungle you... More
No, don't go there. It's not what it seems to be. The management is bad, the rooms are old and smelly and don't have windows. Besides , is far away from town, 30 minutes walking. Because of the closeness to the jungle you will be eaten by the mosquitos.
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"Stay in the dependance. Be ready to use taxis or to walk."