I spent four days here while on a missions trip to the area. The Hacienda was formerly a working ranch. Old family photos grace the walls of the breakfast room. The duplex style rooms surround a large central grassy area containing soccer nets. Each room has a hammock on the covered front porch. Some also have a deck behind the room.
The rooms are equipped with air conditioning and ceiling fans. The windows are screen, not glass, making it comfortable enough to sleep with only the ceiling fan running. We woke up each morning to the birds and the crowing of the resident rooster. There is no wifi anywhere in the resort and limited television service, truly a place to get away.
Breakfast is served inside a small breakfast room. The menu is limited and got a bit monotonous by the fourth day. Dinner is served buffet style outside under small palm covered shelters, each seating six to eight people. Meat can be prepared on the grill. Again, the variety of food was limited and the same rice, beans and tortillas served every meal. Service was courteous, though most of the employees do not speak English.
A church is located on the premises and there is a large banquet room, giving the impression that the Hacienda may be the site of weddings.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 24 rooms which the hotel is located around a large green area that functions as a garden and is equipped with playgrounds, sports courts suitable for practicing football, basket ball, volley ball and baseball. Each room is truly a comfortable and cozy cabin with two, three or four beds, private bathroom with hot water, cable TV service and a terrace with hammocks and wooden furniture, where you can admire the lush vegetation surrounding the property and the singing of birds. It also has exclusive swimming pool for guests, satellite Internet WI-FI and now a large, renovated game room with pool tables, Ping-pong, foosball, and a variety of board games like chess, chessboard, monopoly, etc. ... more less