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Reviewed 22 October 2013 via mobile

Went there for only 1 night, got lucky and got a private room for the price of dorms. Room was clean, had a fan, locked well, good value. Great location as its 5 minutes to the beach and all the restaurants, and 5 minutes to...More

Thank Ninjabee
Reviewed 21 October 2013

I live in Costa Rica and when I visit Manuel Antonio I always stay at Costa Linda. The cabins are spartan and simple but inexpensive and the atmosphere is nice and friendly. The location is perfect between beach and National Park entrance. In the restaurant...More

Thank MartinaWegener
Reviewed 1 October 2013

To say that this place is very basic is quite an understatement. True, it's cheap, but still what the traveler gets is a bad smelling room, a bed with a 'mattress' which is basically inexistent and an impression that the floor hasn't been cleaned ever...More

Thank costaricainseptember
Reviewed 24 September 2013

From the street the facility looks very appealing, and the restaurant and reception area are pretty decent. It is conveniently located about half way between the town center and the national park gate. I asked for a cheap dorm bed but got "upgraded" to a...More

Thank AnthonyMaw
Reviewed 17 September 2013 via mobile

We stayed there for two nights on their off season. It was 10 bucks a person. It was good for what we needed which was afordable. It did not have hot water and restrooms are kind of small. It in a GREAT location close to...More

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"Backpackers basic hostel didn't stay but ate in front of house restaurant/soda."
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"We had a room up the stairs at the very end and had two windows and only neighbors on one side which was nice..."
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"Ask for a room on the second floor and you wont catch the breeze from the bathroom. Get to breakfast early..."
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"second story rooms are the best"
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