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The huts are pretty basic, and we had hordes of ants in our room (although we didn't take any food into it), plus some big cockroaches and spiders. Having a shower in the dark outside might not be everyone's taste. But the views are terrific...More
We ate dinner here and although we were the only guests, they made an effort for us. We had to pre-order our dinner before 4pm and when we arrived back they had laid the table with a white table cloth and they made us feel...More
We stayed here a couple of weeks ago, and when we checked in she said she could not run my credit card as wifi was down and when we checked out a couple days later i could pay then. When I did check out there...More
Thus place is nicely tooled away from the main part of the island. It's on the east side where the prevailing wind blows a nice cool breeze all day. I had the private room, which although a bit pricey for me, had its own bathroom...More
We had a great week at Casa Iguana. Indecisive as we usually are, we only booked two nights at first and wanted to check out other places on the island. But thanks to Tita and Manny, we just couldn't leave and ended up staying 7...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."