How on earth this typewriter-shaped bunker got to be built in a nature reserve is anybody's guess. The Sheraton enjoys a magnificent and exclusive location inside the national park (read: It's the only hotel inside the park). Guests have little need to leave the resort, and you have the added advantage of being able to explore the park when the daily crowds have left. The hotel is only steps from the Upper and Lower circuit trails, and half of the guest rooms have direct views of the water (the others have splendid views of the jungle). The only drawback to the rooms is that the decor is fairly standard Sheraton-issue. Service can be patchy, with forgotten wake up calls not unheard of. Three restaurants vie for the world's best restaurant view, with the main one peering over Devil's Throat. It serves pricey international dishes.
- © Frommer's 2013
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