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Pirate Cove Hotel is a small, cozy and remote beachfront hotel that stresses relaxation and simplicity. It is an ideal destination for couples and families who are seeking a close to nature, stress-free retreat.
Pirate Cove has ten guest accommodations including comfortable cabins, bungalows, a deluxe cabin, and rooms along a mile of deserted beach on the Pacific Ocean. The cabins and bungalows are tucked in among the trees of the rainforest providing guests with a private, cozy hide-away.
Bungalows sleep up to four and come with a lovely private terrace with ocean view, screened windows, polished wooden floors, Wi-Fi, and private hot water bathrooms. The bungalow walls are made of a very sturdy fabric providing guests with a wonderful wildlife ‘glamping’ experience without sacrificing any of the comforts of a hotel.
The cabins are quite large and can sleep five. They are suitable for families as well as couples who are seeking a bit more privacy. They also have a large furnished terrace looking out onto the ocean, as well as Wi-Fi, private hot water bathroom, and polished wooden floors. The deluxe cabin is smaller, sleep two, and is perfectly set up for couples.
The guestrooms are located on the second floor of the main building and include all the same amenities as the bungalows and cabins plus air conditioning. The main building houses a restaurant providing free breakfast for all guests and a bar. The hotel also features an outdoor pool and a beautiful garden.
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