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La Cabana de Puerto Angel
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Reviewed 20 April 2011

This is a great little hotel. We had stayed here previously, but this was our first trip to Puerto Angel in over ten years. The town itself has become more rundown, and many of the other hotels in town were closed or looked considerably worse off than they used to. But very little had changed at Playa Panteon, the little beach at the far end of Puerto Angel where Hotel La Cabana is located. The hotel is still a basic but charming and well-kept place. It now has a nice little restaurant on the top floor (as well as a miniature swimming pool off the lobby that is pretty, but hardly necessary with the ocean steps away). The beach is nicer than the main beach for swimming, with several Palapa restaurants (the best being Restaurant Susy).

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled with family
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5  Thank Patrick D
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Reviewed 4 June 2010

The Hotel La Cabana is a warm and welcoming small hotel just across the street from Playa Panteon (the beach). Owner Eugenia is a warm and welcoming host. Also on hand to take care of you is Anahi - very friendly and helpful. Bring your beginner Spanish along; you will need it. The rooms are clean and beds are firm but comfortable. All rooms have a private bathroom and air conditioning (extra). Some have small fridges. Fresh linens and towels daily. Laundry can be done for you. The paths between the rooms are lined with lush tropical vegetation. Two roof-top palapas make a pleasant retreat and offer a view of the beach and beyond. You can watch the fishing boats come and go, watch sea birds circle overhead and generally observe the day-to-day life of a small community. No need for an alarm clock - roosters are on the job early in the morning, but the crashing surf and the ceiling fan or the air conditioner will help you sleep peacefully. The price is right and the small pool is refreshing and clean in a shady nook opposite the reception area. There are four restaurants right across the street on the beach. I would highly recommend this hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank KEP98
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Reviewed 12 August 2009

This is a charming hotel painted the color of mangos with lots of lush verdant greenery everywhere. It is not "on" the beach, but about 20 steps from it. Rooms were very clean, beds firm, with private bathrooms, small refrigerators, and Some of the rooms have air conditioning. Rooms also have ceiling fans, towels and soap, but no other amenities, except a small tray of antibacterial gel packets (unusual, but practical). Some areas of the hotel are a bit worn around the edges, but that seems to be everywhere in this part of the world. There is a small, very clean swimming pool and an outdoor shower, which was helpful for getting the sand off before going up to the room. The hotel keeps a large bottle of drinking water in the lobby (good for refilling water bottles before setting out on adventures) and they have free coffee and tea in the mornings for guests. There is a beautiful rooftoop terrace with breathtaking views and a cute restaurant. You have to ask in advance about the restaurant, because it often closes early in the afternoons if business is slow--this is typical for many of the restaurants in this area. The hotel has stairs and is not good for people with accessibility concerns. This hotel is much more charming and authentic looking than any of the other hotels that I saw in the area. I had a room with an air conditioner, but I expect that it might be safe to go without it. I found it cooled off quite a bit in the evenings and all the windows and doors had screens on them. The rooms without air conditioning were about half the price of the rooms with. In high season (August), the rooms with air conditioning were between 500-900 pesos.

The location is great. It is a literal "stone's throw" from the beach, and you can hear the waves crashing while sitting on the balcony. The hotel is in the Playa Panteon area but very close to the Playa Principal in Puerto Angel. Playa Panteon is good for swimming, Playa Principal is not. There is a stone walkway built into the side of the cliff. This walkway is fine for alert, abled travelers, but was not lit at night (although there were lights, just not turned on) so it is wise to get back from Playa Principal before dark, because you can't really see anything, let alone where you are putting your feet. Puerto Angel is very small, and the sidewalks are rolled up by 10pm.

I did finally find this hotel on the internet after much searching; however, I did not ever hear back from my electronic inquiry. I was able to make a reservation over the phone in the morning before I traveled to Puerto Angel, and I think that this was a wise precaution, as the hotel was full by the time I got to the hotel later in the day. Although signs around the hotel are mostly printed in Spanish and English, I did not find anyone at this hotel who spoke any language other than Spanish, so even a rough vocabulary of words in Spanish is helpful for travelers. However, everyone whom I met was very friendly, kind and helpful, so I think a traveler with no words could still get by pretty easily.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled solo
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11  Thank Unbelizablegrrl
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  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled with friends
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Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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