Tres bien! We’ve truly enjoyed our stay here….I earlier posted our “blog spot”….a table and chairs under the thatched roof, on the second floor, with a lovely ceiling fan….where we get assaulted by mangos about every 45 minutes….poor planning on the mango’s part….they miss every single time.
The entrance to our room (on the left, but you’d never know that…from on the white tile ‘step” on up is a mural, as is the rounded top doorway. Also, check out the mango on the floor to the left of the “entrance”:
Our room….if you decide to stay here, it’s worth the extra $$ to get air conditioning. Although it’s pleasant enough, about 87 degrees by my reckoning, I have to have a.c. to get a good night’s sleep. Notice the wonderful closets (I think that’s a TV….LOL, I haven’t turned one on since we left Houston).
The view out the front of the hotel….the beach is just beyond the building across the street, and you can see the top of the XTerra next to the “P’tit Hotel” sign….one of the truly nice things about this little hotel….off street parking:
Finally, the detail of the palm thatch roof overhead of the Blog Spot. Very cool. I’d like to do this at home. B’ster assures me it is waterproof if well maintained.
Michel is the owner of Le P’tit Hotel in Puerto Escondido…it’s on the internet. Room 1, although it doesn’t appear to be “prime time” (i.e. no ocean view) is large and air conditioned, no hammocas por los bambinos, nor lofts for the abuelitas. Nice room….close to the pool. Cheers!
~ Blonde Gator