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Hotel Villas Colibri
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Reviewed 25 January 2013

I have stayed in this Villa for a week and I just now have read the reviews.. the good and the bad. I will respond to the bad reviews first. This is a hotel thats ment to be a home. For the one night stays yes its hard to get settled and arranged with the staff but if you manage then the location is very much a treat for you. This hotel is surrounded by tropical trees in which, each night the wind tree rubbish flys into the pool. Durring my stay I noticed the pool was cleaned every two days so it did not mind me much. YES! Its cold water in the pool and I do not know alot of peoples opinions but in a tropical country with the heat factor... COLD IS GOOD!! Loved it. The rooms are typical costa rican rooms. The bugs you may see are small ants and mosquitos like the entire country has but again.. not to bad. I believe the people whom wrote the poor reviews may not have really experienced costa rica before... or central america.

Now The good. The location is close to the airport. Pricesmart. Walmart. This is a GREAT place to stay for a week or month at great rates. Even has a restruant for breakfest in the morning and tennis courts!

I have stayed in Boquete Panama, David Panama, Cuidad de Panama, San Jose CR , Cartago CR and San Carlos CR.. This is among one of the best places to spend some time.

Room Tip: This hotel has villas. Get a villa for a month or two if your going to do the long term stays. It has a rust look to it all over and its very nice. Always ask for long term rates and short term rates as you may be able to work in a deal.
  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled with family
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2  Thank Chad F
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Reviewed 22 February 2011

Both parties (there were 10 of us that arrived in two different groups at different times) were greeted at the airport by Pablo. He was so nice. Our rooms were clean and affordable. Breakfast was nice too. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! We only stayed the night because we were all travelling down to the Osa Peninsula but would have enjoyed staying here longer.

  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 15 February 2011

If you want to stay at a place where you can spend your first day washing dishes that have old food caked on them and grime from the walls, then this is the place for you. The kitchens are very sparsely supplied, for example one glass and you cannot get more from the owner. We had to go out and buy more glasses and cups! The mattresses are lumpy with springs popping out! The unheated pool is filthy, just a step above from pond scum. My advise is keep looking, there are better places available.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank touristticotimes
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Reviewed 30 April 2010

Stayed three different times and totally enjoyed the experience. If you wat true Costa Rican hospitality...here is where you want to be! Close enough to all emmenities yet far enough secluded to be restful and secure. Friendly atmosphere. You want anything? JUST ask! Trips, restaurants, novelity shops, casinos, everything close by yet not in your face! Try them....you'll enjoy!

  • Stayed: September 2007, travelled on business
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Thank Shirley E
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Reviewed 12 October 2009

I would not recommend staying here if you have a late arrival or an early departure.

We were told that a late arrival would not be a problem and that we would be reimbursed for our taxi. When we arrived, there was no one awaiting our arrival at the compound. The huge gate was closed for the night. We were able to get the taxi driver to call the phone numbers we had for Villas Colibri on his cell phone several times before anyone answered. Someone eventually opened the gate, showed us our room, unlocked the door and disappeared as we moved our luggage into the room. We didn’t even have a chance to ask the few questions that we had.

There were bugs throughout the room, old food in the refrigerator, the electric shower was not functioning correctly, and the beds were uncomfortable. We were not comfortable in our room and we were happy we were only staying there for hours, not days.

We had an early flight to catch, so we were leaving early. In trying to check out, we were able to find someone at the compound who called the owner. The owner wanted us to wait until someone could arrive to check us out. We just left the keys and money with the guy. We didn’t bother trying to get reimbursed for our taxi—we were just happy to leave.

The hotel was not too far from the airport, but much further than expected. You will be better off staying at somewhere more reliable, especially if you have a late arrival or early departure.

Also, everyone I spoke to only spoke Spanish. I am able to speak and understand enough Spanish to get by. If you don’t speak Spanish (and are arriving late or leaving early), it might be a difficult stay for you.

  • Stayed: November 2008, travelled with friends
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1  Thank dave_man2
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