The 2 open air suites are perhaps enjoyed by young surfers who are comfortable roughing it. Step up from camping. February is hot and lots of mosquitoes-hungry ones made it impossible to sleep and relax in the evening.UGH. Furniture is Goodwill level. Rooms on the first level…
I just spent a week at Casa Delfin after teaching a lovely yoga retreat down the Beach. I am very fortunate to be able to teach in such a beautiful place but alas as lovely as it is I am still working when I'm teaching. I always like to take a 2nd week for myself and my partner…
This a great place to relax at the beach. It would be a great place to go with friends. We met a lot of fun people. The beach restaurants are all delicious and easily assessable. There is a shared palapa on the beach where we spent time reading and enjoying thr beach.
A nice small hotel. Free breakfast, a decent pool for cooling off, lounge chairs & hammocks & a walk-on beach. A cooler with a selection of ice cold beer run on the honour system. What more is required to preserve civilization?
We just returned from our third visit at Casa Delfin. We enjoy the relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The upstairs open air Papaya Tree Suite is our favorite room. The pool is lovely, but not as great as the swimming and boogey boarding right out front. Especially fun was…
"upstairs rooms offer more privacy and best views. downstairs rooms offer AC."
"The open air suites are lovely and romantic, but the bathrooms/showers are pretty funky and the mosquito nets on the beds do not keep the mosquitos out. We were eaten alive and had trouble sleeping. The rose suite seems the most luxurious (it is not open-air), thug the shower does not get warm."
"Upstairs open air suites are sweet!"
"all the rooms are great the upper rooms are large open air lofts that are somehow the perfect temperature day and night"
"If you stay in one of the upper suites I recommend moving the floor fan to outside your bed so you have two, as it can get hot in the evenings. I think the best suits is the one downstairs, with the hammock on the private porch."