Ratings based on 32 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Basic cabin in an amazing place!Posted Jul 10, 2015 on Hotels
Low season, mid-week stay in Yelapa. My cabin was simple, clean, comfortable. The sound of the waves crashing onto the rocks only a few feet away was soothing. The hotel WiFi was not adequate but the adjacent restaurant had reliable WiFi. Yelapa!! Love it.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
dépaysement completPosted May 11, 2015 on Hotels
Nous avons séjourné à l'hotel laguinita durant 4 nuits c'était très agréable. Hotel sur la plage, chambre très originale, typique. Le seul "hic" le confort du lit, pour le reste je pense que son emplacement et sa singularité font de cet hotel de meilleur de Yélapa
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Portland OR
Our one night in YelapaPosted Jan 16, 2015
Location: walk in beach/ jungle into town
I have been to Yelapa 4 times, but have stayed at friends Casa. wantedt o see what the Hotel was like.Loved the hotel. i did receive a injury from their coconut tree by poll and nobody cared! They should have a sign of danger or trim trees. No medical there so i was lucky where they hit.
for Couplesby Rajendra from New York
Jurassic Park-The BeachPosted Jan 7, 2015 on Hotels
If isolated paradise is what you're looking for, then this is THE place. I don't want to rave too much, because if too many people find out about it, it's over. But for now, simple-heaven! Awesome food too...
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Seattle
Nice spot for family vacationPosted Jan 4, 2015
Pros: The peacefulness of the site.
Cons: Improve the room comfort.
Location: Fishing, snorkeling, diving, horseback riding, lots of trails nearby
Nice and quiet little fishermen village at 40min in boat from Puerto Vallarta. Easy to get there, no much to do only enjoying the beach and the sea. The kids had a great time there. The hotel staff is really nice and helpful, the room are simple but it's quite sufficient. I'll recommend Hotel Lagunita and the village of Yelapa, if you prefer to escape from the craziness of Puerto Vallarta.
for Familiesby MANUEL from Guadalajara
Difícil describir el encanto de Yelapa.... vívelo!Posted Dec 8, 2014 on Hotels
La expectativa era clara, instalarnos en un hotel cómodo, limpio, tranquilo, integrado al entorno, rústico hasta cierto punto y lo mas cercano a la playa. Así resultó! Sin exageraciones el hotel es tal como se describe, su encanto está en el entorno, salir de madrugada a la playa, ver la luna casi llena reflejada en el mar, palmeras obscuras, montañas, brisa y olas reventando a tus pies, resultó impresionante....
Posted Sep 14, 2014 on Hotels
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 23, 2014 on Hotels
For $60, even in the off season, this place was horribly expensive for the condition of the bungalows. I know every country is different, but these same rooms would be $5-10 a night in a place like Thailand. Staff was super friendly, and scenery was beautiful though.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted May 28, 2014
Lovely place to get away. Would recommend to anyone ok with a rustic beach getaway
by A verified traveler from San Francisco
Lagunita HotellPosted May 25, 2014
Pros: The individual thatched-roof huts & the inside decor - tiled surroundings are quite quaint.
Cons: see above. The beach restaurants charge 5-8% extra for using a credit card!!! That should not be!!!
Location: The location is very low-keyed, uncrowded, in the middle of a placid lagoon, away from the congestion of PVA. The beach is clean & the water too.
The hotel is WAY!!! overpriced for what it offers! Although the staff, particularly the housekeeping is very nice and diligent, the amenities are lacking! for that price you would expect at least a coffee-maker or shampoo. But I suppose they expect you to eat & support their restaurant, where a simple breakfast will set you back at least $12.00 each day! Room security also has a lot to ask for: The door (made of loosely woven twigs) is fastened with just pretty much a large paper clip. Some of the fixtures were quite worn & need upgrading: the faucet knobs & fixtures were rusty. I felt uneasy at night, although they reassured me that they have not had any criminal activity; but the facility is open to anyone just walking about from the village (pueblo).