Guess the Hotel: Remote Paradise

 

Guess the Hotel-Remote Paradise

 

This Guess the Hotel: Remote Paradise edition is of a property whose nearby village is home to only about 1500 people, many of them farmers. Yet the hotel, built in 2005, is like entering a remote paradise. On arrival, enjoy a cool towel and welcome drink.

Guess the Hotel-Welcome Drink

 

You'll notice the gorgeous flower petal design at the entrance:

Guess the Hotel-Remote Paradise-Flower Petal Design

 

And just inside, two lovely burbling fountains decorated with rose petals:

Guess the Hotel-Remote Paradise-Rose Petals in Fountain

 

Walk through the airy restaurant to the main pool, and be greeted by birdsong. While well camouflaged against the trees, if you look closely, you can see the many green parrots that call to each other:

Guess the Hotel-Green Parrot

 

In addition to the main pool, there's a smaller pool by the spa. We rarely saw any other guests in or near either pool, so the times we were there, it was as if we were enjoying a large private pool:

Guess the Hotel-Spa Pool

 

That said, the hotel had kindly upgraded us to a stand alone pavilion with a private pool, which my husband and son took full advantage of to have some water fights in:

Guess the Hotel-Private Pool

 

Inside, the spacious bedroom was immaculate:

Guess the Hotel-Bed

 

The bathroom was even more impressive, with its vaulted dome and green marble his and hers sinks, as well as an elegant soaking tub carved out of an enormous single piece of green marble.

Guess the Hotel-Bathroom

Guess the Hotel-Green Marble Bathtub

 

Service and dining were both highlights at the property. I don't want to give it away by picturing the local cuisine (I'll save that for my full review) but even the Western cuisine options were superb. Here's the pizza my son made as part of his cooking class with a couple of the chefs, with fresh basil from the hotel's organic vegetable garden:

Guess the Hotel-Kids Pizza Making

 

And these whole wheat doughnuts with vanilla bean creme anglaise and coffee granita were addictive–we ordered them at every breakfast, along with healthier fare such as fresh fruit, yogurt and granola and international and local breakfast favorites, all also excellent.

Guess the Hotel-Doughnuts

 

Can you guess the hotel and which city it's in?

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