This is a clean, big and well kept old hotel that offers all basic amenities at a budget rate. The rooms are airy and feature huge windows with plenty of light streaming in and a nice view of the surroundings. The owners are friendly and will go out of the way to accommodate guests’ needs. They are however particular about not allowing visitors and party goers inside the hotel premises. This is a sensible accommodation for those on a budget and those not looking to spend their entire day in the hotel. It has all basic amenities like a fan, shower and free Wi-Fi connection. The hotel isn’t very crowded especially during week days and it’s easy to get rooms of your choice to extend your stay compared to other properties in Montezuma. Since Montezuma is a small hippie, artist bohemian town it is easily accessible from the property. The main town market, sporting activities, restaurants/bars and most Montezuma attractions are all easily accessible from Pargo Feliz.
If a no-fuss, no-trimmings place is what you’re after; Pargo Feliz may turn out to be a good find. You are right on the main street at just under a couple of minutes away from the most happening places in town. The beach is about 5 feet from the entryway of every room so guests can frolic on the beach all day and enjoy a range of water sports activities. The rooms are spacious, clean and well-kept. The beds are comfortable and there’s a hammock outside each room for the guests relaxation. There is also a table and a couple of chairs if you want to enjoy your breakfast in the midst of Montezuma’s natural morning beauty of enjoy a do it yourself dinner right under the starlit night sky. The ocean front rooms make for a great panoramic stay and the garden outside every room offers a refreshing backdrop each morning as guests wake up to the cries of howler monkeys and parrots.
Guests will end up paying $30 -$40 per room (breakfast not included) depending on the season but that’s good value for what the hotel offers overall. Visitors wanting a savor a slice of Montezuma’s fine dine can hop across to Cocolores and enjoy their array of scrumptious steaks. Guests can go quad biking through the beaches of Montezuma or enjoy a day of sun and surf with some of the best surf instructors in town. Snorkeling, boat island tours, deep sea diving and fishing are some of the other activities that can be easily accessible from here. If that’s not all, days trips to the Montezuma waterfalls, the neighbouring nature reserves and horseback rides around the city are enough to keep guests enthralled. A canopy tour will also take you through the rainforests of Montezuma and give you a chance to view the region’s wildlife up, close and personal. All in all, the hotel offers great value for money and an easily accessible location that covers all the exciting things in and around this bohemian artistic town.
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