We really enjoyed our time at La Fortuna, and the bungalow that we stayed in had all the right modern touches while maintaining a great balance of being rustic and hidden away. The morning sunrises overlooking the volcano are hard to beat as is the wood fire powered hot tub by the lake.
It’s really both a beautiful location and well done bungalows, but what really made our experience was the impeccable service culture that Kat and Steve have created among all of the people working on the property. Coming out from the water after taking La Fortuna’s kayaks along the lake, we were greeted at the dock by Maria who had brought us a carafe of ice water, in case we were thirsty. In the evening, Magdalena setup a candle light dinner by lakeside for me and my wife. You might expect this level of service from a Four Seasons, but I think it is extremely difficult to get from a four room property in a pretty remote place.
We’re looking forward to coming back soon… hopefully for a few more days than this last time.More