Rio Perdido Hotel
The lush exterior forest is projected into a very comfortable and protected room space, through sweeping, floor-to-ceiling windows. The units offer ample sleeping quarters, a small entry vestibule, a spacious terrace, as well as an exceptional bathroom concept, focused on optimizing the Rio Perdido wellness experience. All in all, there are about 750 square feet of carefully designed bungalow space.
Hand-crafted furniture employs materials including raw solid steel, pure copper, and fine hardwoods. Walls are made of singed wood, treated with an ancient Japanese burning technique that vastly augments the wood's durability. It is complemented with inert, black concrete panels. All the floor is made of beautiful, locally quarried volcanic rock tiles. The side-by-side outdoor showers are accessed from the bathroom area only, within a steel shell that provides 100% privacy for its users. A high-definition projector and high-quality pull-down screen are complemented by a soundbar with its own, dedicated subwoofer. If guests do not wish to use the AV system, the rolled screen can stay out of sight.
The King Center Bungalows offer one king-sized bed and two twins can be set up making them the perfect space for a couple or family setting.
The Queen Center Bungalows offer two queen-sized beds, making them ideal for friends or families.
While no two of our East Bungalows are exactly alike, all of them offer the same features and amenities. They are 452 square feet in size (42 square mts) and consist of a cozy, comfortable bedroom and bathroom with an elevated terrace with a hammock. The rooms have two twin beds on industrial rollers, which can be moved together to form a king-sized bed. One of these beds also has a trundle underneath. The bungalows can accommodate couples, solo travelers, and parents with one child. Additional amenities include a mini-fridge/coffee station, a desk area, a multimedia area with a flat-screen TV, and a closet. The bathroom offers a lighted makeup mirror, floor-to-ceiling sandblasted windows, and showers with ceramic tile and glass finishing.