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Awesome place although there is no a/c (it's smoldering in Flores) there are two large fans to keep you cool at night. Overall great value, awesome staff and excellent food.
Rooms were spacious and nice. Would stay here again.
overall a good experience, great location and spacious room, even had 1 extra bed! downsides were: room was quite hot, there was no internet one day, there was no water at 3.30 am but it was there again at 4 am.
With no breeze, the lack of air conditioning in Flores is a bit important with 30 C at night and 37 C in the day. I ended up taking the coldest shower I could and let that dry over the night. The rooms are large and clean. Realize you are near a jungle, so do not be surprised by a spider or two. The staff are extremely friendly though staying here is an opportunity to improve your Spanish.
We stayed at yaxha for two nights. We had a private double room which was large, had 2 fans (it's boiling in Flores!) and hot water in the private bathroom. Location is great and close to everything in Flores. The wifi isn't great so I wouldn't rely on it for anything. There is a chill out area outside the rooms with hammock swings etc, however this room sometimes gets really hot!
Friendly staff, awesome location, chill area. Not much you can complain about. Flores is a cool little town!
good place, good location, staff not any English, but a few diagrams and it was fine. recommend this place. onca travel just down the road were good and nice restaurant across the road too.
Everything was fine. i had a good stay there. Restaurants meals were excelent, prices are ok. Some points i don`t like: 1. Rooms are to the street or to the kitchen, if you want to go to bed early, or do you need a REALLY quiet sleep, it is hard to get it. 2. If you have to stay over day, f.e. in the rainy season, it is not comfortable. There are no couches, or hammocks. 3. There are not a lot of observant employees , so anybody can enter how he wants to. Not really secure.
Honestly, I loved the place and the room was super clean and convenient. Staff and location were impeccable. The only thing was that I stayed during la Feria del Peten and it was so hard to sleep at night, even with earplugs I couldn't do it. There was this sound of window slamming/fireworks every 20 minutes here and there and it woke me up all the time. Beds and Maya blankets were comfy though, wich is sad since I wish I had brought noise cancellation headphones with me to enjoy them more.