Three suites, named after the area's major game fish and boastng a Mike Stidham print of the respective fish, create the Acocote Eco Inn experience. Each suite has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a generous living/dining/kitchen space. Upstairs suites have balconies and the downstairs suite has a patio. These outdoor spaces provide opportunities to linger over the turquoise blue Caribbean water dappled with coral heads and reef views.
The Macabi (Bonefish), the most abundant area sport fish, is the name of Acocote's only first floor suite. The north bedroom's "matrimonial" bed and the south bedroom's twins are outfitted with silky 400 thread count linens to enhance a good nights sleep. Each bedroom is equipped with its own compact bathroom. The large sliding glass doors off the living/dining area give instant access to white sand, palapas and water sports.
Palometa is on the second floor on the south side of the building. The south bedroom has a queen sized bed, the north bedroom has two twins. As with all of our suites, each bedroom has its own bath with a shower and toilet. The living/dining area with full kitchen also looks out on to the beach. Palometa has a veranda that runs the length of the room, from which you can get a view of the Great Mayan Reef during the day, or the Milky Way at night.
Sabalo is on the north side on the second floor. The north bedroom has a queen sized bed and the south bedroom has two twins. Each bedroom has its own shower and toilet. There is a futon couch in the living room for extra guests. The living dining room and full kitchen look out onto the Caribbean with the veranda along the east side for lounging in the breeze.