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Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo
Ranked #2 of 14 Hotels in Gulf of Papagayo
Ventura, California
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“Great for a Honeymoon”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 11 December 2007

This was a great place for a honeymoon. We were upgraded to a suite with it's own sitting room, balcony/porch area with lounge chairs, amidst the trees and monkeys. One thing that made our stay extra special was the amenities given by the GM and also the Residence club. The bell men in golf carts give you rides to and from places on the resort and best part is all the tips are included so there is no need to tip (unless you absolutely want to). Great places to eat (we didn't have a bad meal!) I highly recommend the breakfast buffet and having them make a nutella, chocolate chip, strawberry and banana crepe. Delicious! We only had one problem with the concierge where they said they didn't have a hair curler (even when asked in spanish) and they only sent a hair dryer. When we asked the housekeeping cart we had one there upon our return. We did the snorkeling excursion and the ziplinging/horseback riding and had our transfer to ourselves (they even stopped by a grocery store for us. It was a very relaxing place... just don't forget to put up your sign if you don't want to be disturbed... Ooops!

  • Liked — The upgrades and ammenities, plus the free activites
  • Disliked — the jelly fish stings... they were small, and not too painful
  • Stayed July 2007, travelled as a couple
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 December 2007

The F.S. have done it again! If you want a relaxing vacation while staying at a BEAUTIFUL resort you must stay here!

My husband and I stayed at the F.S. Costa Rica during the Thanksgiving weekend and it was exactly what everyone else said it would be--flawless. From the moment you arrive (no check-in required) you are treated like royalty. The service at this hotel was what most caught our attention--it was impeccable.

The only drawback was that since we were at the hotel during a long weekend the hotel was fully occupied and (it seemed like) all of the guests had children. The hotel for a few days seemed like it was overtaken by kids!!! If you are a couple without kids, I would suggest you not go during the holidays if you are looking for a calm, serene, place.

Besides the kids all over the place--EVERYTHING was fantastic. I would definately recommend going....it was perfect!

  • Liked — The Service
  • Disliked — The children
  • Stayed November 2007, travelled as a couple
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 December 2007

My wife and I stayed at this Hotel for our 27th wedding anniversary, from the meet and greet to check out the staff were absolutely excellent and faultless in there attention, nothing was to much trouble and you were always greeted with a smile without exception.

Rooms in the two main building were spacious and well equipped although the views are somewhat restricted due to the tree's, pick a room on the 3rd or 4th floors for a chance of a view. The actual resort is beautifully build with beaches either side, do not expect the perfect beach both beaches are in there natural state. The two main swimming pools are large and spacious and there are also quite and childrens pools. The four restuarants have excellent food and this was important as we were staying for nine nights.

In summary don't hesitate to book you will not be disappointed, the Four Seasons lived up to its reputation in everyway!

Stayed October 2007
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 30 November 2007

Just returned from our honeymoon...had an amazing time.
SERVICE: Outstanding, up to Four Seasons standards. I love how you don't even have to check in at arrival. You are greeted with fresh juice and whisked away to your room right away [even at 8am].
FOOD/RESTAURANTS: Sometimes average, sometimes great, always expensive. Caracol was great [good steak, shrimp & potatoes, bad soup]. Di Mare was average. I loved the lobster linguine, but my husbands shrimp were awful. We had dinner set up on the beach one night and the food was from Di Mare -- it was great then, but perhaps the amazing setting had something to do with it. Breakfast was great, loved the breakfast fajitas. The buffet was ok, but not as good as the buffet at the Four Seasons Maui. One of the best things to eat was the catch of the day, blackened with rice & beans. The rodizio night at Congos was terrible and a total rip-off [$ 200 for two with a bottle of wine....which for a good meal is fine, but this was not even edible]. Good local beer, the margaritas were awful, good mojitos, bad wine -- most of it is so pricey....we're talking $ 24 for a glass of Beringer. Tico's was a great place to relax with a drink, we went every night at sunset. Didn't try the sushi b/c it was $ 18 for a roll [ridiculous!], had the trio of mini pizzas which were yummy. Had dinner at Papagayos one night was was surprisingly good [we both had fish which was usually a good choice]. Lunch by the pool just ok -- very overpriced for what you get.
ROOMS/DECOR: The rooms are just average. The layout is nice and they are very spacious with a nice tub. The shower & water closet were small. The furniture is worn & tired. But -- I'm an interior designer, so have high standard for that sort of thing. Lobby is extremely unimpressive. Decor and ambience for all of the restaurants is nice -- loved the architecture of Caracol.
LOCATION: You are very isolated....which was fine with me because the property is gorgeous. We took a lot of walks around the property -- the suites with their own infinity pools look amazing. We were there at the transition from green to gold season, so everything was very green and lush. There are A LOT of bugs [spiders, red ants on the sand, weird bees, etc]. By the end of the trip I counted 49 bites on my legs alone, the OFF didn't work at all. My husband had none, of course! We saw lots of monkeys, lizards, etc - but they were hard to find. You had to know where & when to look. The monkeys hang out around 3-4pm, we went on a monkey "hunt" every day and could spot them in the trees lining both beaches. The beaches are nice, the ocean was warm, there are no waves. There are tons of crabs, especially on the beach at night. We even saw a sea turtle laying her eggs on the beach - very cool! There are jellyfish in the water nov-dec. My husband & I both got stung - it was no big deal, only stings for about 20 minutes & didn't stop us from going in the water.
ACTIVITIES: Zipline was amazing. Defintely recommend it. Would recommend Palo Verde national park as well. We saw lots of crocodiles, monkeys, birds, iguanas, etc. The snorkeling was lame -- everyone one our our boat got stung by jellyfish within the first 5 minutes....so we ended up just cruising around on the boat. Fun -- but perhaps not worth the $. Did the golf course tour, it was fun b/c you get to drive your own cart.
SPA: Nice spa, the jacuzzi is outdoors which was unique. Had an excellent massage. Most of the women wore bathing suits and I'm used to going to a spa in the buff, so I felt a little weird. Decor was just ok.
COMPLAINTS: We had one issue wih the beach dinner....it was part of our "Romance Package" and we were told the cost was included. However a charge showed up on our bill .... the manager was extremely nice & removed it.....long story. I'll just say that the items included in our package were not clearly listed. Also, we were checked into an ADA room [with a roll-in shower with a curtain, higher toilet, etc] -- they gave us a new room with-in a few hours....but we were disappointed that they would give us a crappy room on our honeymoon. After reading other reviews we were expecting an upgrade, esp b/c we were on our honeymoon...but no such luck.
OVERALL: Great place to visit for couples or families [there were a lot of kids of all ages there]. A lot to do for the adventurous and plenty of places to relax & just chill. I would recommend it to anyone.

  • Liked — Service, location, beaches, wildlife
  • Disliked — Bugs, expensive food & drinks
  • Stayed November 2007, travelled as a couple
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chicago
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 November 2007

My wife and I just returned from 10 nights at CR Four Seasons - wow. Where to begin after reading so many great reviews?? By order of events:

Travel, Liberia is a great small airport and this means no issues coming or going - only setback was coming from Chicago we had to fly via Atlanta on Delta - no big woop. Left Chicago on a 6am flight at the front door of the resort mid afternoon. Not ideal, but no issues.

O.K. the general layout of this property is 95% HUGE bajillion dollar real estate development. We're talking an entire peninsula plumbed and powered, meticulously manicured, new brick roads, strategically placed palm trees and enormous home sites. The Four Seasons sits within this compound like a 5-star real estate sales office, 'come stay, enjoy and buy a home'. This is not a bad thing. They way I see it you can enjoy this resort a number of ways, as a family, on a corporate planned trip, or as a resident. This is common on many of the newer Four Seasons properties, but this one is very very large. So large that in a real estate magazine I was reading in the Ford Explorer limousine (get to that in a minute) there is a quote about providing estates with their own polo fields.

OK - the limousines. At the airport you are greeted by a resort attendant who promptly takes your bags to a clean minimally marked Ford Explorer with the air conditioning blasting. Here you will find bottled water and cold towels to clean up after the flight - its great. Think British Empire great. There are ~6 of these trucks waiting to take guests to the resort. In New York this would be typical process - in northern Costa Rica - this is big time. Very rural agricultural part of the country where people earn their livings either in tourism or cutting sugar cane.

The resort: the ride to the FS flies by as you are immediately immersed in this undeveloped 3rd world paradise looking out the window at signs touting new big resorts, planned developments and local country folk going about their business. The driver is quick to point out the one stop light in the town of Liberia as you pass through. Before you know it, the peninsula begins and the driver strategically radios in his position as gates are opened before you and the truck passes into what is no longer northern Costa Rican rural scenery but a meticulously planned and brilliantly designed development. It takes at least 10 minutes from entry onto the property before you reach the actual front door of the resort - land is aplenty for the time being, and the luxury homes we saw were mostly still under construction leaving plenty of open land sites as far as the eye can see.

The front door of the resort is like a symphony of Green Ford Explorers pulling up, guests being greeted personally with a fresh green (Guava?) drink and more cold towels. The typical check in process takes place on the fly as bags are unloaded and we were directed to a golf cart for our ride to the room. A very professional team of room managers reviews reservations and takes a signature and you're off to paradise.

Looking back in retrospect you see that everything you do on the property is managed. There are three pools, two beaches, four restaurants, a spa, a gym and all the other luxuries you might expect including a terrific gift shop. At any of these points, we were asked for our name, and our account was opened. This means we were able to order drinks or food virtually anywhere (save the beach because of the animals) and there is a constant presence asking if there is anything you want / need / desire. This is good and bad. It was great the first few days as I could not get enough margaritas (they are terrific) and then after a time, becomes somewhat overbearing. There were times where we simply wanted to sit and I felt that the table was either in the process of being set or being cleared and there was no time in between. As the restaurants are never busy, I assume this is simply the training of the staff, and we simply requested they leave us be at certain points.

The restaurants: The Italian restaurant Di Mare was by far the best, solid risottos, fish, pastas. The steak house was nice for the view, however they do not get prime cuts, only choice and I felt there was something to be desired as a result. The service and the ambiance is the best here, and its a nice get away since you need to arrange a ride to the restaurant as it sits on the golf course. Again here. maybe a 7 minute ride to the steak house. The other three restaurants are much more casual. Papgayo, which became our regular has a wonderful breakfast buffet (and they give you a New York Times custom summary newsletter along with the daily goings on at the resort) and lunch, the adjacent patio which serves the same menu at lunch and in the evening a bar called Tico's which has live music and a sushi bar. The sushi is fresh and very good, other items on the menu are lacking in flavor. Overall the food was not spectacular as one might expect. There are highlights and you figure these out fairly quickly. Drinks however, are superb.

The rooms: We stayed in building 3, with an ocean view on Playa Blanco, which is the bay side. Our room was the typical one you see in the pictures with a large outdoor patio. The products are all L'Occitaine. The room is made up twice a day, we found the staff a little overbearing here as well - as if you had to keep their schedule - but soon learned to keep the do-not-disturb sign on our door at any time were were there so they did not walk in on us. There is a morning room cleaning / changing and an evening turn-down. In both cases fresh towels and water is delivered, the room cleaned and in the evening, an ice bucket and coffee is freshened up. I observed that though we did not use it, we always had fresh ice ! This is 5-star service.

The resort itself is really wonderful, the main beach was never crowded, and the water was warm and clean. The views are just spectacular. Jurasic Park. The bay side has all the boats and water toys which are available to use all day. The pools are what you'd expect if you've been to a Four Seasons, with all the fashionable guests arriving early for the strategic chairs. We strongly preferred the beach - after all, we were in Costa Rica. I don't have much to report on the resort itself since so many of the other reviews covered the actual facility. It is top of the line in every regard and even when the resort is at capacity (as it was during our stay) nothing is ever busy. I assume this is because man of the corporate guests are in seminars all day and not enjoying the pool and beach. Just a guess as there seemed to be a lot going on in the conference center facing the lobby.

What else... great location, great service if not slightly overbearing, food needs work... ideal honeymoon destination. Nice getaway.

  • Liked — Amazing beach!
  • Disliked — Remote location, no nearby town.
  • Stayed November 2007, travelled as a couple
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Bethesda Maryland
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 November 2007

My wife, two-year-old and I just returned from a week's vacation at the Four Seasons, Papagayo. We've stayed at numerous luxury hotels in exotic locations ranging from Barcelona to Miami to Maui and now Costa Rica; this is one of the best experiences we've had. I second virtually all the complimentary comments that I've read in the other reviews and, rather than repeat what they say, will just provide a few details and tips here (particularly for those travelling with young children).

First, the Premium and Deluxe Rooms are spacious with a large bathroom, adjoining bedroom with recliner and desk, and an adjoining, screened in balcony. The balcony's fan is as effective as air conditioning and the screen successfully keeps the bugs and birds out, so I would treat the balcony (which has a sofa and small patio table) as a 24 hour extension of the room. So the room is basically a suie. The key is to insist on a room with a good view of the ocean. A Premium Room is worth the extra $ 50.00 because it will put you above many of the shorter trees. But, the specific room makes a difference. We could see the ocean clearly through the tree tops; our neighbor looked across at a hill!

The hotel tried to give us a suite at a discount and took us on a tour of one. I wouldn't waste money on a suite unless you're willing to pay an extra $ 700.00 per night for nothing other than a little more privacy: they're located far away from the pools/restaurants (you'll need to have hotel drivers ferry you back and forth in luggage carts) and are only slightly larger than the Premium/ Deluxe rooms. They are nestled in vegetation and tall trees and don't receive much light. Many of them are set down from the road so that you have to walk down a long flight of stairs. If you have small children absolutely do not stay in a suite: totally inappropriate. The plunge pool is a safety risk. The stairs are not navigable with a stroller. Dragging toddlers down to the center of the resort (even in a cart) would be a disaster.

Second, be aware that the resort is designed to integrate luxurious manmade spaces with nature in a minimally intrusive way. Thus, there are lots of small buildings with open air rooms. The center of the hotel appears terraced and is totally hemmed in by trees. Don't expect a towering hotel that dominates a pristine beach and big blue ocean. There are no grand staircases and tall fountains here -- completely different feel from the Maui Four Seasons. As such, your views of the water will always be somewhat interrupted and the beaches are raw and brown, though still beautiful and peaceful. There's a quiet pool and small lawn for adults only. The hot tub is under a rock grotto and a short waterfall. There were places where other hotels would have cleared away a dozen trees to provide a spectacular view of the ocean, but this 4 Seasons opted to make the woods part of the attraction.

Third, there's a great playroom for young kids. If your kids are over four, you can leave them alone with the excellent caretakers for an hour or two. You have to stay in the room with your infants, but it's still a good break and allows parents to read and check the internet without having to watch their children every second. We hired a nanny for a day. She was excellent. The hourly rate is very good compared to hotels in other countries: $ 12.00. But, be aware that you'll have to pay $ 25.00 for each major meal for them and, unless you coordinate with the hotel van service, you'll wind up picking up their $ 30.00 taxi fare.

Fourth, the breakfast buffet and cocktails are excellent, but the daytime food is average for a Four Seasons (still good, though). We avoided De Mare because of the reviews. But, the staff at Papagayo's and Congo's are really keen on improving the quality of the food. They insist on learning why you didn't like particular dishes and will suggest different ways of preparing them for next time (I imagine that they would provide a replacement on the spot if someone really doesn't like their meal). They will prepare dishes that aren't on the menu for a particular night -- for example, my wife was able to get lobster bisque from room service every night even though it wasn't on the menu.

Fifth, activities outside of the resort are limited unless you want to travel far away. Frankly, the resort is like its own country -- it takes 15 minutes to drive from the hotel gates to the lobby along a winding road with great views of the moutains, crags, ocean and bay. Liberia and the other spots outside of the resort are pretty run down. There may be some ropelling, horse riding spots, but nothing that's child friendly. We went to Rincon de Vieja for half a day and it was a miserable failure -- there's one hiking path and it's treacherous (walk across a wet bridge that's nine meters above water): no place for infants. Our best days were definitely on the resort.

Another thing to keep in mind: at all Four Seasons that we've stayed at the concierge desk is excellent, but they'll only recommend the highest quality tours/ trips. In a place like Maui it's not a big deal because you can just drive ten minutes and get a feel for all the different trails, tours, restaurants etc. on your own. But on an isolated peninsula like Papagayo, you're completely at the mercy of the concierge and the companies that they select. It's difficult to figure out whether there are local restaurants or beautiful villages to visit. We wanted to go on a boat trip down the river in Palo Verde but the 4 Seasons "approved" tour boat was full. They made it seem like there were no other boats on the river -- we probably should have gone and tried to find an alternative. Some other guests at the hotel drove to Palo Verde and got on an "unapproved boat" and saw all kinds of crocs and monkeys!

Lastly, but most importantly, the spa is one of the best that I've gone too. It doesn't have 15 different shower heads in the stalls like some spa's, but it's clean; the hot and cold tubs have a view of the ocean and the waiting rooms are luxurious. Ask for Carlos if you're getting a massage -- incredible. My wife got an aromatherapy massage and is still raving about it.

Costa Rica is a country renowned for the variety of outdoor activities available: cloud forest hikes, rainforests, ziplining etc. We were a little nervous about flying 6 hours to a place where almost all those activities would be off limits because of our child. But, I think that the travel time and expense is fully justified by the quality of the resort alone. It's head and shoulders above anything we've stayed at in the region: Miami, Caribbean, Central America and Mexico.

  • Liked — Service, rooms, beaches and breakfast buffet.
  • Disliked — Isolated location
  • Stayed October 2007, travelled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 October 2007

I went to the Costa Rica Four Seasons (FS) with a girlfriend for about 5 days. Great, gorgeous property! It was in a Mexican/Trendy style decor. Wonderful beach time! The property sits on a skinny strip of land in the ocean, so there are 2 beaches (one on each side) and I loved them both, nice blue water with decent snorkeling and great kayaking.

SERVICE: The service was great. I must say that the service was a tiny bit better at other FS properties (both resort and non-resort), but keep in mind that this still means it's way above average and wonderful! We simply had to wait a little while to get service at the pool, but I think it was because they were very busy. Just to make sure it wasn't me being demanding (and politely demanding I can be), I asked another person sitting nearby and they agreed, so I told one of the waiters we waited a bit longer than we had liked and........there it was! Ah, the FS service....waiters everywhere!

ROOMS: We had a great oceanview room with a screened in porch (don't leave food out in the patio unattended for a long period of time! The animals can tear the screen and get it!). The rooms were better than the typical FS floorplan: the great bathtub was situated between the sinks and the bed (you could close some shutters to completely separate the bathroom), but it was nice. When the shutters were open, you could take a bubble bath and see the ocean.

FOOD: The food was delicious, wonderful breakfast buffet, the "catch of the day" twice per week....the fishermen come in with whatever they catch that morning/afternoon and the chef comes out to ask you how you would like your seafood prepared and asks you where you want it!

There is also neat wildlife throughout the property to see! Such as: monkeys, birds, lizards, etc. You can also go golfing in property. There are other neat things off property to do too: canopy zip line, nature siting river adventure, mud bath adventure, etc. I loved the Costa Rica FS!

  • Liked — Beaches
  • Disliked — I don't have a
  • Stayed April 2007, travelled with friends
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Property: Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo
Address: Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica
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Region: Costa Rica > Province of Guanacaste > Gulf of Papagayo
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Hotel Class:5 star — Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo 5*
Number of rooms: 184
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