Travel by sea, travel by land, travel lost or travel found – channel your inner Robinson Crusoe pilgrimaging remote islands, treacherous mountains and abandoned beaches to stumble upon adrift paradise at the Hotel Celaje.read more close
Resplendent with coconut palms, bristly Cabuya plants, heliconias and ferns, pirate ship trinkets, human skulls and a placid pool facing the Pacific Ocean, the Hotel Celaje is your shipwrecked vacation at the end of the world.
At Hotel Celaje, you'll find your travel reprieve inside one of eight sequestered A-frame bungalows built with local dark hardwood offering antique charm in harmony with nature.
Gander inside the two-story bungalow, $90 for two people (July-Aug.) including breakfast, to find an upstairs loft with double and two twin-sized beds, a minifridge and private bathroom with hot water.
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At Hotel Celaje, nautical nirvana is inevitable: you can watch the sunrise and sunset over Playa Cabuya from a tree swing, lounge in the hotel's pristine pool all day, venture 25 minutes on the beach to Cabuya Island (cross a sandbar during low tide), or kayak into the warm wispy waves of the Pacific Ocean at high tide.
Hope on a free bike from the hotel and set out exploring the tropical dry forest landscapes of Cabuya on your own, or take a guided tour with Marco to visit hiking trails and beaches even more incredible than the shoreline in front of his hotel.
When all is said and done, and you're ready to leave Hotel Celaje and embark on your journey back to the real world, Marco can chauffer you into Montezuma for $10.