This cluster of white buildings, only one mile south of San Pedro, is reminiscent of a little Greek Hotel . Even the decks are painted white . This is a small homegrown hotel with a friendly staff and quality product . <br><br>Arrivals are given a welcome drink as they check in . The two-story building folds around a shallow pool . There is no restaurant, but a continental breakfast is included and snacks are served at the palapa bar where guests gather for happy hour to exchange tour stories . A 20-minute walk to town holds several dining options . Using one of the complimentary bikes makes it even more convenient . <br><br>Accommodations vary, but most have wood floors and brightly painted cement walls with matching spreads and curtains . Standard rooms come with queen beds and suites feature kings . All are air-conditioned with ceiling fans, TVs, refrigerators, clocks, coffeemakers and safes, and come with shower-only baths . <br><br>This charming budget hotel is an excellent value, cleaner than some of the more expensive options, and run by a very friendly staff . Perfect for divers and guests who prefer to explore town a little in the evenings . This is a great value, especially compared to bigger places like Banyan Bay .
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