"Charming suite hotel in the center of it all"
The Hotel Vogue is an oasis right in the middle of busy, noisy, dusty Sayulita, Mexico. The hotel is right off of the central square, but once you step inside the courtyard you're away from it all. This is a small suite hotel which is imaginatively and beautifully designed and decorated. Our suite offered two bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths, and, most intriguingly for those of us Americans visiting in February, a compact living/kitchen/bar area that was open-air, covered with a thatched palapa roof.
The staff is accommodating and Mary, who owns the hotel with her husband, is an extremely welcoming and gracious host. As far as daily service is concerned, in all my years of traveling for both business and pleasure, I don't think I've ever experienced such thorough daily housekeeping service. The maid spent at least an hour every day scrubbing, dusting, and making sure everything was in perfect shape.
Note that the kitchenette features a small refrigerator/freezer, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker and blender. A large water cooler provides purified drinking water (water in most of Mexico is non potable). There are air conditioning units in each of the bedrooms, but obviously no A/C in the open-air living area. However, there are many ceiling fans throughout the suite to circulate air.
I would highly recommend the Hotel Vogue to anyone planning to visit the funky surfing mecca and fishing village of Sayulita.
Traveller from Columbus, OH