Well, I’ve mixed feelings about the ‘Luna Llena Hostel’, on the one hand the staff were very amiable and laidback and it is definitely worth the price as Montezuma isn’t one of the cheapest places to stay in Costa Rica. It's nice that it's out of the town a little, away from the noise of the bars etc. The communal balcony/chill out area is very nice, relaxing and tastefully done. There is a kitchen with fridges and cooking facilities to use and free coffee every morning. The room was about what you would expect for the price, ‘rustic’ and basic, but gave an excellent vantage point for some of the best monkey spotting I’ve had in Costa Rica (Howlers and white faced capuchins). My only negative comments are, I would make the casitas a little more mosquito proof. I know it’s the jungle and insects are inevitable, but it seems to me a pointless exercise to screen all the windows off but leave big unscreened gaps between the eaves and the wall and the various holes where pipes come in. Just a little higher standard of finish could easily rectify this problem. Also, I know it’s a petty gripe, but as soon as the owners left every night around 8.30p.m. after setting up the tranquil scene in the communal area for the guests (nice ambient music, relaxed lighting, candles etc.) the night guard would turn the music off, plonk himself down in the middle of everybody and start to watch ‘telenovelas’ at an annoying volume which was a real mood breaker. Apart from the negative comments I’ve said the overall experience was a positive one and well worth the money.