Villas Gaia could be a fantastic place to stay, but the nearby "highway" ruins a part of the charm of this hotel, especialy in the restaurant or when you stay in a room situated on the road side. The villa we stayed in was very large, with a nice little terrace and a jungle view. One day, we had a large group of monkeys visiting... A thrilling experience for our 18 months old daughter. The garden trail organised by the hotel was nice, altough we didnt see much wildlife. Astonishing view on the ocean from the pool. The food served in the restaurant was great. About the staff, well, they didnt seem very intrested in the guests... Not far from the hotel, you have a narrow dirtroad leading to Tortuga Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches we ever saw. About the shower, one time they ran out of hot water, but in generaly no complains.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Villas Gaia offers a home base to experience the wild beauty of Costa Rica's southwest Pacific coast. One of the most biologically diverse regions on the earth. Strategic location on the new scenic coastal road. Convenient access to Ballena Marine National Park, Cano Island Biological reserve, Corcovado National Park and the most extensive mangrove ecosystem of Central America. Hotel Villas Gaia is 14 colorful bungalows (casitas) separately nestled in a jungle setting offering privacy and comfort. ... more less
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