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Naif Rustic & Ecologic Lodge Guesthouse

Pasaje Jose Olaya s/n, Zona Veraniega, Mancora, Peru

Atmosphere 67%

Cleanliness 67%

Facilities 60%

Location 60%

Safety 60%

Staff 60%

Value 53%

What's Included

  • Breakfast
  • Luggage Room
  • Towel

Facilities

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Self-Catering Facilities
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Airport Transfers
  • BBQ
  • Bicycle Parking
  • Book Exchange
  • Ceiling fan
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Parking
  • Hair Dryers
  • Housekeeping
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Luggage Storage
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Telephone Fax Facilities
  • Towels Included

Check-in / Check-out

Earliest check-in: 06:00

Latest Check-out: 11:00

Policies

  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Taxes Not Included

Atmosphere 67%

Cleanliness 67%

Facilities 60%

Location 60%

Safety 60%

Staff 60%

Value 53%

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46% Overall Rating
  • Atmosphere - 60%
  • Cleanliness - 40%
  • Facilities - 40%
  • Location - 60%
  • Safety - 40%
  • Staff - 40%
  • Value - 40%
46% Overall Rating

Anonymous
19 Dec 2012

Travel Type:
With my spouse / partner

Trip Type:
Backpacking / gap year

Liked: The garden is cozy, the common kitchen is very usefull, the location is pretty fine because it is a kind of quiete place 5 minutes from the city center and 2 minutes to the beach

Disliked: The value for money is not good because there are other places in front of the see at better prices or the same. The staff wasn't available during the day (we stayed there 3 days) so not helpfull at all. They don't do the cleaning every day which should be done considering the price, and the room wasn't very clean.We like the concept of the hotel but they should really revise the service and/or prices.

40% Overall Rating
  • Atmosphere - 40%
  • Cleanliness - 60%
  • Facilities - 40%
  • Location - 40%
  • Safety - 40%
  • Staff - 40%
  • Value - 20%
40% Overall Rating

Anonymous
04 Apr 2012

Travel Type:
With friends / other travellers

Trip Type:
Backpacking / gap year, Beach / sunbathing, Relaxation / spa, Sightseeing & culture

Liked: That you could hear the ocean, the new sheets and mattresses,, the Indonesian feel to the place and the ethos though not clear to me how they fulfilled the econess apart from a few lines on their door and some recycling bins.

Disliked: We booked a twin en-suite room here as even though at US29 each it was steep for Peru, there wasn't much last minute choice left, the photos looked nice and we liked the eco ethos. We ended up sorely disappointed and found it a complete rip. We arrived late afternoon after travelling from Cuenca tired, hungry and hot. Absolutely noone was at the property on arrival apart from a friendly boxer dog (which was the best thing about the lodge), for about 30 mins though the front gate was unlocked (doesn't say much for the security). So we just had to sit and wait as we didn't know the wireless password and a tuk tuk had dropped us through a maze of shacks on the beach (the lodge is about two rows back from the (manky) beach (we found the other one seems nicer) with no view) so we had no idea where we were. The guy host turned up after a while but couldn't speak a word of English (though seemed nice enough). Showed us to our room next to the lounge. The floor had a complete slant so we had to prop one bed up with books and the other I had to sleep the other way. The beds seem nailed to the wall! so you can't pull them out a little to get a proper seal on the mozzie nets and the room is full of gaps so you get eaten, the toilet often doesnt flush properly, there are wafts of a sewerage-like smell sometimes, the shower runs boiling hot, bearable for a little bit then cold (so the second person has to have a cold shower), the lounge tv doesn't work and one rainy night it leaked a little on one of the beds which they said they were going to deal with when we showed them in the morning but didn't seem too. The first day the guy showed us a map but the next day it was missing. The host lady spoke English but seemed to be hardly available (seemed to be the guy that couldn't speak English) so if you want any tips or advice good luck)! It was an odd atmosphere due to being family run but with sometimes feeling like you were intruding on their daily life. We would have laughed it all off but it was completely grating that we'd comparatively paid so much for such a shoddy place and non-helpful service. Not sure how they justify the price - they either need to lower it dramatically or sort their sh@t out!! Not happy.

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