Extreme is not for everyone - but it's perfect for me. I return every year to Robbie, Vicky, Patricia, Jeremy, Ping the pup and Matilda the cat. I just love... read more it here. It's an eco hotel so don't expect anything fancy - no A/C, bed turndowns, chocolate on the pillows, etc. But you don't need any of that as the breeze from the ocean cools you down as you sit on your balcony listening to the lull of the waves.
Situated on Kite Beach, it's a 20 min walk into Cabarete on the beach or 5 min by bike taxi. The beach is quite but when the wind starts, the kites come out and it's just crazy.
You can just chill here but the whole point of Extreme and Kite Beach are the activities. Trapeze with Gregory, the gym with Jeremy who will get you in shape in no time, yoga overlooking the beach, kite surfing, surfing, paddleboarding ... so much to do.
The restaurant is amazing. They make a killer mojito and El presidente is always cold.
Jacqui L 3/14/2019
This review is long overdue. I went to extreme in January after some trepidation. It worked out great, lost some weight, got fit, met some good people, ate well and... read more relaxed. I was a solo traveler which was fine.I did 2 sessions of yoga a day (never done it before) and one personal training session a day.
Jeremy pitched the training at the right level and Patricia got me into yoga. Vickie convinced me that 8.30am is not too early for exercise although Greg couldn't quite convince me to do the high wire but was an excellent dinner companion. None judged me on my Cabarete tattoo (aka motor bike burn).
Robbie's got a great hotel and excellent team in place. Not sure what else there is to say. Highly recommend to folks although it wont suit those that are spoilt, are jerks or want a Sandals hotel!. More
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