Malecón, before the main intersection to beach
Opened in 2003
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Tiki Limbo is a small hotel/hostel, restaurant and surf shop catering to the casual, backpacking tourists who come through this small coastal town. It was created in 2003 by the husband and wife team of Fernanda Solis (from Argentina) and Lorenzo Torre (from Spain). The couple supervised the full construction of the thatch-covered, '50s Americana, Polynesian Pop-inspired building. Every room of the entire building is thoroughly decorated in thatch, bamboo, and other tropical detailsand there are plenty of tikis.
The hotel has 11 rooms in both group and private configurations. The restaurant specializes in vegetarian fare, as well as seafood. The shop sells surf clothes and accessories, and offers surf rentals as well.
As of 2009, Tiki Limbo is up for sale. Solis and Torre are travelers themselves, perhaps they're feeling the itch to go exploring.