It's a real pity that we stayed there only one night, and really only that. We had badly planned our trip and we just arrived there around 4 pm (due to Easter traffic), completely exhausted and had to leave the next morning. The excellent sense of humour and incredible liveliness of Rebecca (working at the reception) really made our day :).
The hotel gave the best impression: it's very well kept, has beautiful views from the balconies, the rooms and bathrooms are extremely modern with great quality toiletries (and the rain shower was huge). It has all the comfort you need (of course, it was also the most expensive hotel we stayed in in Costa Rica, but this one might be the one you would like to pay for).
The Biesantz beach is just 5 min walk in the forest, it's small, but very nice.
Had no chance to taste the breakfast, as we left very early, but something tells me it could have been very good.
The only negative thing: the hotel could better indicate how to arrive there, at first try we missed the road and ended up at Manuel Antonio.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking