The resort has a hundred and ninety-two Suites that face the ocean. Because this resort shares restaurants and amenities with the resort next door, it feels more spread out. Of the restaurants available, only one requires reservations.
|Klay Talay - Wok Cuisine|
|Seaside Market - World Cuisine|
|Driftwood Gourmet and BBQ Corner - This is the restaurant under the pool close to the beach and the pool|
Mi Casa - Italian Cuisine
The resort is set up so every room is a swim-up suite. You either have an infinity pool balcony or a swim up suite that enters into the main pool. Butler Service is available on the beach and bali beds are first come first serve.
The resort houses the largest spa of any of the Karisma resorts.
It has a hydrotherapy pool, hot and cold pools, a mud room and an ice room. You get access to the water area of the spa included with any treatment or you can purchase a day pass for $25.
As for activities, kayaks and a snorkel tours are available from the adjoining resort. You can also reserve time on the tennis court. A disco with the live music is open until 2 a.m.
The resort is geared towards couples. If you were traveling with a group, three sets of three connecting rooms are available on the fourth floor. It's by request only and is not guaranteed. There's also one room with two double beds per floor.
Mezcal is the signature drink.
It's a tequila that has been cooked underground for 2 to 3 days with a very smoky taste.
If you think El Dorado Seaside Suites may be a good fit for your vacation, email me or set up a time to chat.