We stayed at this hotel on 02/19/2014, peek of high season in Costa Rica. This area in particular is recognized for overpriced hotels on the hills facing the ocean, they range from $400-$800+ a night, so, paying $146 for the master suite was a very good deal. I was traveling with my sister and her 2 kids (4 and 6 years-old). They had a blast at the little pool in the back.
The rooms are certainly a little humid but that is because the nature of the area is in fact... humid. I learned that they leave the rooms open to air when empty, which is very normal in all areas in Costa Rica. They ask you to turn off the AC when out and obviously that keeps the moisture from drying off.
Wi-Fi range was very limited but good enough to text on the internet if you go to the porch. The kitchen was fully equipped and everything worked just fine. The sofa bed was a little too soft for me so I just threw everything on the floor and it worked out just fine. Location is great and there is a restaurant next door where you can go and get very nice meals at average price. Their Bfast is really nothing special and you should not count it as the first meal of the day here. It will just help you hold on until you get real bfast.
Front desks are really helpful and they will make sure you have what you need. Parking is very limited, go with a compact car, otherwise you will get stuck. The area is really safe and really close to the park entrance so no worries about parking.
In general it was good for the price.
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- Also Known As:
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