"Truly Get Away From it All!"
Siete Lunas is not your average beach resort in the very best way! Nestled amongst the treetops on a peninsula overlooking the entire bay from Los Muertos to San Pancho, it is the ultimate retreat for more adventurous travelers seeking a romantic retreat with luxury amenities away from the center of town.
The hotel is located on the very edge of Sayulita, up a steep path, at the end of a narrow dirt road, and is a solid 15-20 minute trek to town, through the jungle, past the Los Muertos cemetery, along the Calle Pescadores (where all of the small fishing boats are docked). At night, it is absolutely pitch-black the minute you reach the cemetery so be sure to carry a flashlight- not so much for protection from predators, but mostly so you don't twist your ankle navigating the very uneven path! Sure, you could always take a taxi to/from town ($5), but who doesn't love a little adrenaline-rush before dinner or bedtime?
Each room is a stand-alone bungalow complete with thatched palapa-style roof and balcony that faces the ocean. From behind the veil of a mosquito-net, you'll fall asleep to nothing but the sound of geckos chirping overhead and the waves crashing below. The bathrooms are spacious and modern but only have showers, as far as I know. The pool/common area offers breathtaking panoramic views that pair well with one of Lorenzo's famous Pina Coladas. The daily family-style breakfast includes rotating fresh fruit, local dishes, coffee, and fresh-baked bread.
Traveller from Capistrano Beach, CA