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We stayed here for 4 nights after completing a Caravan tour. It was perfect. Rooms faced the jungle and pools. The lobby was also a gallery; yes, I bought a painting of a hummingbird with marvelous colors and texture. The staff was hugely helpful. The...More
We stayed here twice, each time one night. The first time, we were checked in by Roger, who was really nice. I noticed that the night tour we were taking that night said they’d send email three days before the tour but hadn’t. I was...More
A friend and I stayed at Plaza Yara for several nights. We had a really big room with a small patio overlooking the pool, and the breakfast was good. The room however smelled somewhat moldy and the on-site construction made it difficult to enjoy the...More
Our group of 10 had booked this hotel through Desafio Adventure company. When we arrived at look at the hotel which was directly on the side of the road, we initially regretted not having upgraded our hotel. Upon entering the registration area, we realized this...More
Highlight was a tour with Roger, a naturalist guide who works at the hotel. Without him we would never have seen so many beautiful birds and animals. If you go to the park by yourself you will never see all he was able to find...More
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Several kilometers, the road consists of hills and curves where the drivers won' t see you until they run you over. There is a very frequent bus to Manuel Antonio from just down the road, 300 colones one way, a more... More
Several kilometers, the road consists of hills and curves where the drivers won' t see you until they run you over. There is a very frequent bus to Manuel Antonio from just down the road, 300 colones one way, a more convenient alternative.