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They lead you to believe they're in Quepos, they're not and a $10 taxi fare to Quepos. There are not any restaurants or any other open business within walking distance. The condo is nicely decorated and clean and well equipped, but you must have a...More
Pueblo Real is a perfect place for relaxing and being away from all the hustle and bustle. Elizabeth and ( her) boys Carlos and Kevin are very accommodating to your wants and needs. They helped set up the excursions we were interested in doing. Anita...More
We enjoyed our stay for a week. Clean and friendly. Blanco the bartender was great and Anna the cook was very good. I would go back. The drive from San Jose was a little long but worth it. Also Elizabeth was a great host and...More
The resort is a short distance from Quepos If you are in good shape - you are in walking distance to a fruit stand and further along the road, you will find a large grocery store. If you buy heavy items, you can ask for...More
We really enjoyed our stay here. Our room had lovely jungle views and it was as if we were in our own wonderful place! Kevin really provided the best experiences! He gave us advice for the excursions and they were all excellent..Canopy Safari Zip lines,...More
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When we were there we saw one or two open spots at sunrise. I believe all rooms were occupied. The resort has a security guard overnight. I agree that you could park on the road, it's a dead end street and Pablo Real is the... More
When we were there we saw one or two open spots at sunrise. I believe all rooms were occupied. The resort has a security guard overnight. I agree that you could park on the road, it's a dead end street and Pablo Real is the last building before the river. Not a lot of traffic. Expect dust in the dry season. There are coconut palms by the parking lot, so be carful for falling coconuts.