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Where should I begin...having been to Costa Rica three times before and having been to the Arenal area before, I had high expectations for our trip to Arenal Manoa, but the grounds, restaurant, rooms and staff far exceeded any possible expectation. Manoa's location is very...More
My husband and I stayed at Arenal Manoa Hotel, and were blown away by the level of professional service and the beautiful casitas and grounds. We had a great room (#225) with an extremely private patio that looked out onto the volcano. The wooden rocking...More
We spent a few nights here and really enjoyed the fact that it was just the right distance from town. The breakfast was a little limited for a picky diet like mine, but dinners were great every time. Service from Alfredo, Claudia, Hugo, and Joseph...More
Out all hotels we stayed in Costa Rica this was the best! The staff is really nice friendly and they receive you with a welcome drink. The rooms are clean and spacious. We had a room with a really beautiful view to the volcano. And...More
Rooms and bathrooms are large,spacious with private patio with rocking chairs - individual cottages. Set in lush, tropical rainforest. Very clean. One warm pool fed from hot springs, one colder pool. Both with swim up bars and hot tubs. Good food, slightly expensive. Spa.
We hiked Arenal and that was 3.5 KM loop and that was filled with elevations changes that left most of our group sweating and breathing hard. My wife and I do sprint triathlons and we both felt the strain of the ascending... More
We hiked Arenal and that was 3.5 KM loop and that was filled with elevations changes that left most of our group sweating and breathing hard. My wife and I do sprint triathlons and we both felt the strain of the ascending and descending. I learned any terrain near the Arenal volcano area is not a light afternoon hike. If this is the only activity you plan to do that day and are taking breaks I'm sure it is doable.