We booked estacion b at the last minute, as it was the last place we could find with availability in the La Punta area. Talk about striking it lucky! We booked in for four days and ended up staying three weeks (and would have stayed longer if we could). After being on the road for nine months, we found our home away from home at estacion b in Puerto.
The place is gorgeous, a little Mexcian hacienda. The facilities are fantastic, the cabanas are clean and contemporary with fresh sheets and towels provided. There was always hot water, and plenty of places to hang out, under the big palapa or around the gardens in hammocks. There is a fridge stocked with cold beers and a big communal to sit around and talk surfing or about anything you like with your fellow guests. We ended up spending many nights sharing a few beers and chatting with our new found friends at that table. There is a kitchen for guests to use, as well as incredible cafe style food to order from the main kitchen, cooked by the enigmatic owner herself.
Maria-Elena is amazing, she took us in and treated us like family. We were lucky enough to be staying over Christmas and New Years and so were treated to two of Maria's famous Mexican dinner parties. I cannot recommend estacion b highly enough. La Punta is a chilled out village at the far end of the beach from the busier and more 'touristy' Playa Zicatela. So if you are looking for a cool place to hang out, surf, eat, make friends and enjoy the beautiful Pacific Coast of Mexico. This is it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cabanas "Estacion B". Its a beatifull relaxing space. Created with all my love to my cabanas and my gardens. Teres is hammocks all over the place, ping pong table, swings, and huge common areas to relax, enjoy and meet new people. If you visit my cabanas i wil make sure you have one of the best dinners in your life!!! Im proud to say im an excelent cheff. And i will welcome you as my family. Hope to host you!! ... more less