At the top of the list below are some traveler favorite lodgings as well as some of the higher rated (on Trip Advisor & Booking.com) hotels on the island. There are also listings by location and type.
Little Corn Beach & Bungalow
Established on the breezy east side of the island in 2009, these tasteful and beautifully-designed beach bungalows offer a great location and comfortable accommodations. On-site restaurant ‘The Turned Turtle’ offers 4 course meals in a pleasant environment, from lobster to steak. November Promo has cabins for as low as $49 a night! Click here to book or visit their website for more information.
A luxury resort that opened in 2013. 16 individual luxury cabins located beachfront at the north end of the island. Also features on-site wellness facilities with yoga, massage etc. Currently has oceanfront suites promo starting at $95! Click here to book or visit their website.
Wood cabins set in a beautiful valley on the way to the baseball field, with great views of the sea. Also with onsite bar and restaurant, popular for Taco Tuesdays, Barbeque Sundays, and live music. Private cabins are $40 for 2 persons, $50 for 3, with discounts for longer stays. Contact through their website or call (505) 5723 2477. Currently taking reservations for January for the new season
Hotel Los Delfines
Located on the main path on the west side of the island, Los Delfines offers comfort within walking distance of beaches, shops, restaurants etc. Rooms have air conditioning, cable tv, private bathroom, free wi-fi. The hotel has a bar/restaurant on site offering a wide range of foods. Also has Dolphin Dive shop on-site. Rooms from $40 per night for single. Packages include 3 nights w/breakfast $130/$180 Single/Double. PLUS, discounts off above rates when you purchase a dive package! Click here to book or visit their website.
Near the wharf:
Located close to the dock yet in a tranquil setting on a small headland these 6 rooms are owned and run by Mr. Winnie & Miss Sharon who live on property. Rooms from $25 per night and it’s located right by the sea. Click here to book now or by phone on (505) 8847 7483
Las Palmeras, located approx. 500m walk left from the dock where you arrive, have rooms with queen size beds or shared room with 2 doubles, bathroom, kitchenette and balcony. Nicely located with private courtyard with hammocks and palm trees in local neighbourhood. Room with a/c or fan and free Wi-Fi. Rooms from $30 per night. For more information check their website or call (505) 8650 6210
Close to the dock where you arrive on the west side of the island, this clean hotel offers private rooms with bathroom and fan from $20 per night. Note that they do not generally take reservations. Just show up and check availability on arrival. Contact by phone on (505) 8431 8575 or 8927 0710
The Havana Libre Hostal & Restaurant
Next to the popular ‘Cuban Restaurant’ just to the left of the dock, these brand new private rooms have either a double or double plus single bed with fans. Rooms from $45-$60 per night (accepts credit cards). Click here to book a room now or call Twila on (505) 8847 8103.
Economical beachfront cabins on the breezy east side of the island
Grace’s Cool Spot
Backpacker favorite, Cool Spot, has festively colored cabins by the beach, mostly shared bathrooms but a couple with private facilities also. A great place to meet other travelers, and while away the day lazing in hammocks, snorkeling, and as it gets dark to savor a cold beer or bottle of rum. On-site restaurant produces local style food including fresh fish and lobster. Rooms from $17 per night. Accepts credit cards. Contact by phone on (505) 8617 0239.
Run by the charismatic Elsa herself, these bright yellow beachside cabins on the east side of the island are the first you will come to when walking over from the dock. Rooms from $20 per night, some with private bathrooms, some shared. Also on-site is Elsa’s kitchen for local style food. Contact by phone on (505) 2575 5014
Carlito’s Sunrise Paradise
Beach cabins on the east side of the island with a variety of accomodation options from one bed up to a two bedroom cabin with self contained kitchen and bathroom. Carlito’s restaurant arguably serves the best fried chicken on the island as well as fresh fish and lobster. Rooms start at $50 per night. Accepts credit cards. On the web Carlito’s Place Little Corn. Or contact by phone: (505) 8219 4091
Derek and his wife Anna have created a unique hideaway at the north-east end of the island where wooden cabins sit among lush green grass leading to the beach. Home prepared meals in a communal dining area add to the family atmosphere where you’ll also quickly make friends with Derek and Anna’s two children who are keen to show you around their own little paradise. Rooms from $70 per night. For more information please visit their website.
Farm Peace Love
Run by Italian expat Paola and her local husband Bing, there are two cottages for rent at the north end of the island complete with kitchens. Prices are either $75 or $90 per night for the guest suite/cottage with weekly and monthly rates also available. Guests can also reserve dinners in advance, which as you might expect from the ownership mix provide an amazing blend of Italian and local tastes. http://farmpeacelove.com/
Rustic cabins in the woods, at the north end of the island located close to beach. Bunk room starts at $15 per night, private $40 and up. House and longer term rentals also an option, and kitchen available for use. Click here to book now or visit their website
Three Brother’s Hotel is run by the friendly and helpful Randy and Lucila who go out of their way to ensure you have a pleasant and safe stay at their place. Two large communal kitchens makes it a popular place for those on a budget, and also popular with those taking extended stays on the island. It’s an island institution where cleanness and security are important with a relaxed vibe. Dorms from $15 and rooms from $20 per night with clean shared bathrooms.
Click here to book, visit their website or call (505) 8658 8736.
The Green House Hostel
This newish hostel features beds for $15 per night with individual fans, privacy curtain and power outlets. Large kitchen and close to bars and restaurants, located about 150m to the left of the dock. Click here to book now or visit their website for more information. You can also contact on (505) 8662 8821.
Run with true island flavor by Mr Gomez, he has 3 rooms with shared bathroom, shared kitchen with fridge for $10/$15 per night. Well situated overlooking the coast on the west side of the island at the start of the path to the east side. Phone for availability on (505) 8339 7776.
“Closer to Home”
Located about a 3-4 minute walk from the dock, on the way to LCBB, there are 8 cabins and on site bar/restaurant. Small cabins have one queen size bed and private bathroom and veranda for $25 a night. Larger family cabins have 2 bedrooms with a total of 3 queen size beds, private bathroom and verands plus kitchen with fridge for $50 per night. Prices include breakfast. Click here to book now or call
(505) 8668 0017.
Many past visitors are familiar with one of the first hotels on Little Corn. Sadly, Casa Iguana closed in 2017 due to long-term problems with non-payment of staff by the owner. It’s unknown if or when it will re-open, and rumor is that it’s up for sale.
Also, check AirBnB for guest houses and rooms for longer-term rent around the island