Prices: $50 for double room
Description: This small
hillside inn offers up the nicest accommodations right
in Pavones. The rooms all feature high ceilings, tile
floors, and two double beds (1 room has 2 doubles and
a twin). The high beds are custom-made constructions,
and they're uncommonly high off the ground. The owner
says the design helps capture every bit of breeze from
the picture windows. Meals are served on picnic tables
in the large interior common space, and there is also
a separate sitting room with satellite TV. The nicest
feature is the huge deck, with its ocean view. Casa
Siempre Domingo is located several hundred meters
south and then several hundred more uphill from
No Telephone. Reservation through
Cabinas Esquina del
Mar This is a true surfer hangout
with a popular cantina. The bar is open
irregularly, and is always blaring music in the
daytime. Nightlife in this town is lacking, as
tourists wake up early to surf straight through the
day. Rooms here have dying mattresses and boxy but
clean communal bathrooms. Bring a mosquito net, as
there are no screens on windows. Ask laid-back surfer
owner Billy for room #1, the most popular suite.
Tel: 383 6737.
Prices: ¢2000-3000 per person,
negotiable for students and longer stays.)
has high, varnished-wood ceilings, fans, and spacious
floors. Communal baths are in mediocre condition, but
are not unpleasant.
Prices: Singles ¢2000,
negotiable for longer stays.
is one of the cleanest, most newly-renovated
hostels in town. Each room has a private bath and has
two wooden beds.
Prices: $20 per room.