The rooms and location were amazing. The staff incredible and beyond friendly. The real draw for our family's active desires, though, was the resort down the beach (a tent lodge), which offered yoga classes, a bar and restaurant, surf lessons and fun people watching. The Red Frog resort was pretty quiet - totally great, but not what we were looking for all week. We saw the new clubhouse under construction, which will probably address some of the things this resort lacks to keep visitors "on site". Overall the entire island was fun and variable, which is what made staying at Red Frog Resort a blast all in all. Zip Lining was THE BEST!
Nice hotel well run friendly staff speak English and Spanish, location perfect pool area good but the swimming area being natural is contaminated by the tour boats next door and after a storm clogged with weed so not advisable to swim.Would recommend if having a swimm is not important, you can go to many beaches on s tour trip.
Cute and cozy place to stay. Man working office was very friendly, helpful, and appreciated my business. Good location away from the nightlife, but very quick cheap and cheap to get to main town. Dock for water taxi just feet away. Great views. WiFi worked very well and was faster than most hotels. Loved the patio.
We spent a week at this funky little hotel on the water in Bocas Town. The only disappointment was lack of a swimming beach within walking distance. Walls are adorned with paintings. The staff was friendly, courteous and professional.
There are a few luxury hotels on the island. But this one was more reasonably priced & suited my needs perfectly. The main town is not that big anyway; so everything is in walking distance. Rooms are clean & the staff friendly/helpful. Breakfast is basic & wifi not fantastic. But that's par for the course in Central America.
Had 2 bed apartment. Lovely and spacious and loads of wardrobe space and large bedrooms with aircon and fans. Right on the beach so terrace and living area had fabulous views. The staff are very nice, but only speak Spanish, but the owner (I think he is) speaks some English so you can always ring him to get something sorted. Hot water was a problem, first night none but next day they sorted it, however that night there was a long power cut all over Bocas and in the morning we were back to cold water, with only one more night left we decided to live with it. The kitchen doesn't appear to have hot water at all so we boiled water for washing up. Only thing I think could do with changing are the towels as they are worn and greying. I would suggest you pick up basics like water, coffee, drinks etc on the mainland before heading over as the only tiny shop has very little in it not even basics. Be aware that although people say it is quieter than Bocas it is not quiet. There is a bar, grill on next property that is very noisy. Water taxi right at end of jetty in front so super convenient and only couple of minutes to Bocas. Great place and the best view.
The room was old but very clean and comfortable. Air conditioning worked well. Wasn't noisy. The flat screen TV didn't work. Breakfasts were very good. Staff were very friendly helpful and professional
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