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My sister and I stayed at Casa Iguana for 4 nights. When we got there off the ferry boat, Doug was there at the dock to greet us. He had our bags sent ahead and walked us to the Casa Iguana lodge. He was knowledgeable...More
My wife and I recently spent seven nights at this marvelous resort. We are stunned by the harsh reviews in the past few days. What do these people expect, Club Med? I'd suggest that these folks stick with Hilton Head-type places from now on.
We have staid at Casa iguana for 4 nights and had a casita Deluxe with ocean view for 95 Dollar per night. We would not choose Casa iguana again as there are plenty of accomodations around for lower price and same quality.
Overall we really enjoyed our 5 night stay at Casa Iguana, and for the people who are overly harsh on here maybe they shouldn’t be traveling in a country with bugs and staying in a jungle. THAT being said, there were many things that could...More
Casa Iguana is really not worth it - the rundown casitas and uninspired, bored service left us with a bad taste in our mouths.
Casa Iguana feels like a summer camp but instead of RA RA inclusive camp attitude you get reluctant attitudinal teenage-like service....More
Thanks Daniel! Someone else I talked to said they just showed up once they got to the island and booked there. Seems risky to me, but hey, all in the spirit of travel I suppose! I'll let you know if I hear anything as well!
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"We did not actually visit Casa Iguana in July 2017. That is when we discovered it was closed."