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Great room ( I want the bed!! ) Excellent food BL and D. You can hear the monkeys from the nearby Class A park. Beach is a short walk. Stayed three nights. Shops, bars and stores right down the hill. Classy services in the office...More
This is a beautiful older hotel,immediately adjacent to the national park,you walk out the front gate and your there.It may have had a view of the pacific from the rooms at some point ,but now only views some trees and the back of houses,there were...More
Helpful staff, clean rooms, modern building, expensive, close to national park. Too bad my husband and I were suffering with Montezuma's revenge by the time we arrived here on our last leg of our tour de Costa Rica. Because we spent our final three days...More
This quaint little seaside town is my favorite place in Costa Rica. The front gate of the hotel adjoins the gate of Manuel Antonio national park. The rooms are comfortable, clean, and so awesome. The staff are gracious and helpful. Dinner was quite good
We stayed at this hill top hotel during a tour of Costa Rica. I was astounded by the beauty of the room as soon as we walked in. Polished wood walls, stone floors. The bathroom was likewise finished. Stone floors extended throughout and it felt...More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was... More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was warm! I didn't want more clothing!