Need to know
Seven: four cottages and three suites.
Check-out 1pm, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm. Be sure to advise hotel of arrival time.
Double rooms from $525.00, excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional service charge of 7% per on check-out.
Rates include a generous Continental breakfast of fresh fruit, cereals, yoghurt, cooked-to-order eggs, fresh bread, coffee, tea and fruit juices.
Watch local artists in the on-site carpentry shop as they chip away to create delicately carved monkeys, crocodiles, iguanas and hand-crafted furniture – all which make for the ultimate souvenir.
At the hotel
300 tropical acres, spa, concierge, laundry, DVD and CD library, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD player, iPod dock, preloaded iPod, minibar, coffee and tea service, Penhaligon's bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Each room is a carefully curated with a mini-museum’s worth of sculptures, folk art and photography, so whether you settle on a Casa Grande suite or a free-standing cottage, there’s no lack of eye-candy. Casa Grande’s shared balcony has sweeping, bird’s-eye views of the jungle canopy and bay, and the secluded Sun House offers the most privacy and largest terrace, too.
Spy the tranquil bay from one of the kick-line of primary-coloured sunloungers trimming the outdoor, unheated infinity pool.
Leave the bug spray behind. Each room is conveniently stocked with Sawyer insect repellent, and the resort sprays for mosquitos every evening.
The soothing spa only has one treatment room, but you can request to have a restorative massage or aromatherapy facial in your room.
Children are welcome. However, because of the remote location and natural surroundings (no paved paths for prams) it’s best suited for older, adventure-seeking kids.