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We stayed at Pueblo Real as the main base for our Pacific Coast Costa Rican adventure. The resort is just off the main highway on the Pacific Coast. It is approximately 5 KM north of the town of Quepos. You need to be VERY aware...More
We tremendously enjoyed our stay in the second floor, 2 bdrm, 2 bath with a spacious living area and 3 tvs! Wonderful setting though road in is rough. It is 5 km from Quepos which is a quaint but full service town. Staff is great...most...More
The property was clean, the staff was helpful and although the location is not directly in town, it is less than an hour away from all the places we went during out stay.
Manuel Antonio - 15 minutes
Quepos - 10 minutes
Uvita - 45...More
Transportation from San Jose Airport expensive and difficult to arrange for a first-timer. Very nice and well equipped room. Beautiful, well kept grounds. Rather remote location with limited local food options; needed transportation off grounds even to grocery shop. Excursions arranged by staff were great!
When we checked in to the hotel there were what we thought were spiders all over our room. Luckily for us once we talked to the helpful people at the front desk we were informed they were baby crabs and not spiders, huge relief! While...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.