Boquerón hotels and hostels
Shamar Bar Restaurant & Hotel
If you’ve been backpacking around Thailand you’ll know the deal – a glorified beach bar that sells cheap snacks and rents out slightly more expensive ‘shacks.
There’s a bit of a rabbit-hutch feel to the 60 generic rooms here, which are piled on top of each other over three crowded stories. That said, because this is Boquerón and because you’re essentially ‘downtown, ’ the Boquemar is rather popular.
An attractive Victorian-era house in the heart of Boquerón, Wildflowers feels like a homey B&B out of a small New England town. Doubling up as a gallery, both the cozy rooms and sleek communal areas display the work of deft local artists.
Boquerón Beach Hotel
Plunked conveniently at the turnoff for the balneario (a quarter of a mile away and the primary reason why a lot of people visit the area), the Boquerón Beach Hotel offers good bang for your buck.
Centro Vacacional Boquerón
Each of the 158 apartments (in two-story duplex units) holds six people and comes with bathroom, kitchen, bunk beds and ceiling fans. Activity rooms, a convenience store and a first-aid station are on the premises.
Buýe Beach Resort
Located on a popular beach north of town, this clean and simple operation has 16 cabins on the beach. Each cabin accommodates three to four people and includes a private bathroom and kitchen. There is a coin laundry here, too.
Cofresí Beach Hotel
OK, so it’s not exactly a hotel, rather it’s a three-story building with one, two and three bedroom apartments for rent.
El Muelle Guest House
For a quiet night, El Muelle’s the best bet. Rooms are spacious and have been nicely decorated. Check carefully for cleanliness before handing over any cash; it’s a good idea to ask to see the room before agreeing to anything.
Adamari’s is the tall building right next to Parador Boquemar, with a laundrette out the front. While not state of the art, this place does have nine clean efficiency apartments (each with a kitchenette and many with ocean views).