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Over Red Frog Beach Island Resort & Spa
Dit "Designed by Nature" resort met talrijke villa's en een eigen jachthaven is gelegen nabij het beroemde strand Red Frog aan de achterkant van het eiland Bastimentos. De jachthaven kan per boot worden bereikt in ongeveer 20 minuten vanaf Bocas Town. De kamers bevinden zich in een exclusief ingerichte (gedeelde) villa met een eigen zwembad.
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Kamerbeschrijvingen1-Bedroom-Luxury King Suite (no kitchen)
Privé kamer met Kingsize bed en volledig uitgeruste badkamer in een gedeelde villa.
Privé villa met volledig uitgeruste keuken, badkamer en 2 slaapkamers. Een eigen zwembad en gratis WiFi.
Op Isla Bastimentos, 15 minuten water taxi vanaf het lokale vliegveld en de winkels in Bocas Town.
- Punta Lava Beach Bar & Grill
- Castaways Floating Boat Restaurant & Bar
- Canopy zip-line
- Surf en Boogie boards verhuur
- Watersportmogelijkheden zoals snorkelen, duiken
- Diverse dagexcursies zoals bezoek aan Bocas, boottrips
De Bocas del Toro-archipel ligt in de Caribische zee ten noorden van Panama. Op de eilanden heerst een relaxed ‘slow down’ sfeertje, waardoor het een rustpunt is tijdens uw Panama vakantie.
"The great relax resort"
We enjoyed a week of relaxing with family and left feeling restored. We stayed in a two story villa with 2.5 bath, 3 nice sized bedrooms and 1 room with a twin bed. Large open common area for cooking, eating, TV and games. We also enjoyed our lap sized pool multiple times a day and of course ocean views through trees. One main restaurant and a small other option at the hostel. The smaller restaurant had better options for veggie or vegan folks. A short walk to a nearby hostel had better priced food options and quality. We usually ate there if wanting a meal. If wanting to eat at home make sure to buy groceries in Bocas before arriving..on island small market available but almost twice the price of town. Not a resort if you have difficulty walking as roads not paved and rocky. Resort is remote and in a jungle so take that into consideration. We did see 2 red frogs, 5 sloths, a snake, a monkey and tons of birds. Internet and TV was good. Staff friendly and helpful. We left relaxed and glad we came.
"Red Frog Marina - A great stop for cruisers!"
We stayed in a slip at Red Frog Marina from October â€“ November of 2016, and had a fantastic experience. During our initial internet communication, the response was quick, and emails were informative. They remembered us, and kept in contact as we waited for weather to travel to the Bocas del Toro area. Upon arrival, dockmaster DeCi, and at least two dock hands were ready and waiting to help catch lines and tie us into our slip. The floating piers are in beautiful shape, and the slips are wide an accommodating, with full-length finger piers; water comes from deep, man-made wells, and is terrific. The marina is gated, with 24 hour security; guests are provided with a key fab at check in. The Bodega, which houses several private restroom/showers, a small cruisers' lounge and an ample laundry room with many washers and dryers; laundry service is also available on site. There is a trash bin just beyond the office, and also one on the main pier. However, twice a day, any trash bags left in front of your boat is picked up by the dock hands. Just another example of how the Red Frog staff goes the extra mile. During check in at the office, Donna (DeCi's wife) and Amanda were friendly, attentive, and thorough with giving information and answering any questions. DeCi is a wealth of information on customs, immigration, shipping and traveling the area by boat, land or air. He was an invaluable help to us during our stay. The marina is part of Red Frog Beach Resort, an expansive community set amide a gorgeous rain forest. Roads wind past beautiful villas and scenic overlooks. Take time to look up or down along the way, and spot sloths, birds of all kinds, and colorful dart frogs. A short, scenic 15 minute walk takes you to beautiful Red Frog beach, and several waterfront restaurants. The same walk in another direction ends at a hilltop restaurant, with an on site pool. In the next year, a community clubhouse and large pool, with two large waterfalls overhead, will be completed. The site overlooks another scenic beach and will have expansive water views. The entire property is available to marina guests. We walked often, and enjoyed the restaurants and beach. There are also extensive jungle trails, that my husband spent much time exploring. A panga takes marina guests into Bocas Town every morning, four days a week. It leaves at 9:30am, returning at 11:30 and again at 1pm. The dock in town is a short walk to several grocery and hardware stores, as well as many restaurants. During our stay, there were several gatherings planned for marina guests. We celebrated Halloween with games and prizes, and Thanksgiving's potluck was full of delicious food. Guests also gather on the main pier regularly, for happy hour chat and snacks. I can't say enough about Red Frog Marina, and the attentive, accommodating staff. It's well worth the stop. Plan to linger, we didn't want to leave!
"Week Long Stay"
Overall this was an amazing stay. The staff was wonderful and very helpful. The villa was very clean and well kept. It was great to have my own pool and to be able to see the beach and rainforest from my villa. The critique I have is that the hotel does not seem to be overly environmentally sustainable. Also their seems to be tensions between the hotel and the indigenous people, specially regarding land rights and promises that seem to be unkept.
"A beautiful setting in a poorly managed facility"
It was very evident to us that there is no manager on site, or with any presence. Our requests from the staff were not fulfilled time after time and that was disappointing, in a place that calls itself a resort. Most of the staff are not smiling and they don't go out of their way to assist. There is a fully equipped kitchen (you can even bake cakes if you want) but only salt and pepper. I assume a small carton of milk and oil (and maybe some spices) would have been helpful for someone only spending a few days here. The breakfast included in the price is okay, not enough vegetable (a lot of carbs, fruit and an omelet made as you wish). The room itself is clean but the cleaning lady came very late (we were out all day and only when we returned she arrived). The shuttle service is inefficient and makes it more of an obligation to rent a golf cart (which is priced 100$!!!! A day - unbelievable). No gym or fitness center, no activities that are free of charge offered by the resort, no walking trails although this property is huge, and travel to Bocas costs 14$ per person daytime and 20$ night time. We stated at a hotel in that was priced the same and had 4 daily boats for hotel guests that were FREE, and if you wanted one privately you were requested to pay 10$ per boat (not per person). The beach is absolutely gorgeous but there were people around us that we're clearly not hotel guests which made us feel a bit uncomfortable).
"beautiful resort but limited dining and very costly to get off the island"
We went to Red Frog for Spring break 2016. The resort is beautiful. Villas are very clean and the grounds are well cared for. The staff was attentive and polite. There are two reasons that I would not go back at this point. The dining is very very limited, and the quality of the dining available is average at best. If you want to get off the island to shop for groceries or to go on an excursion it costs 7-10 dollars, This is a problem, especially with a family of six. I would go back if they provided free transportation off the island and there was more dining available.
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