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We spent one week at the Turtle Inn and had a wonderful time. It's a small resort made up of private thatched hut cabanas. The cabanas were spacious, clean, and very comfortable. The grounds were beautiful with a wonderful pool very close to the beach...More
Our family's stay at Turtle Inn was, in a word, AMAZING! The entire property is gorgeous, the accommodations are quite luxurious, and the staff was so friendly. This was our last stop during a 2 week trip through Guatemala (stayed at La Lancha - a...More
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Response from Martin K, General Manager at Turtle InnResponded 20 October 2017
It was our pleasure to have you here and thank you so very much for this great review- and we look forward to welcome you back ;) !
I recently spent a few days at Turtle Inn with my sister. The rooms are absolutely spectacular with a view of the ocean and very comfortable beds and sitting area. You can see the sun rise from your bed if you choose the sea view...More
Really enjoyed the seaside cottage, attentive staff, the food was INCREDIBLE, and a few things that shouldn't be missed are meeting Melvin in organic garden and the bird tour. Wish we could've stayed longer. Did a snorkeling tour but wanted to do more of the...More
We stayed in one of the Oceanfront Cabanas for 7 nights and loved it. No A/C, but always a breeze off the water and plenty of ceiling and standing fans to keep you comfortable. Especially liked all the screened windows which were very effective at...More
We were there in July having lunch, and although there is a breeze off the water and I don’t think your room would be in the high 90’s, I would be uncomfortable even at 80. I’m sure it would cool down later in the evening... More
We were there in July having lunch, and although there is a breeze off the water and I don’t think your room would be in the high 90’s, I would be uncomfortable even at 80. I’m sure it would cool down later in the evening, but I wouldn’t chance it even though its a lovely resort.