We were placed here by the management at La Loma Linda property which was hosting a yoga retreat. La Loma Linda was filled, so they have a cooperative agreement with the VE owner for accommodations.
This is an older property but is basically well-kept, clean, and tidy. The other reviews about the roosters, barking dogs, and crying babies are accurate. However, this seems to be the typical Mexican close-quartered experience. There is no AC so there are lots of windows and open spaces that let in the vitality and life happening outside.
If you want peace, quiet and a little more luxury pass this up. However if you're open to the real Mexican small-town experience give it a try. I would stay here again.
Interesting to note that when I arrived, I met the owner, Guliana. She asked if we needed help with luggage which we did not. She pointed to our bungalow and a worker from the grounds gave us our keys and showed us around the bungalow. There was nothing to sign or register or anything!! (La Loma LInda had all my contact info for the yoga retreat, but VE did not make me duplicate any of that to stay there. I thought that was quite nice and trusting.)
Also, nobody spoke English at VE. You should have some basic Spanish skills in order to communicate or ask for things.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Immersed in a tranquil tropical garden, just a few meters from the beach, you will find comfortable rooms with private bathroom, terrace with hammock and bungalow with private kitchen. All rooms have wifi internet connection, fan and safe. There is parking, laundry and bar-cafeteria with breakfast service. ... more less
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