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We stayed in room 61-it was a corner room. It did not have a hammock outside the room but other rooms did. The room was very spacious but comfortable. The bed was comfortable and was not a spring mattress. We only stayed one night but...More
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Response from jose b, Manager at Hacienda GuachipelinResponded 2 April 2018
Thank you Bybren for your review of Hacienda Guachipelin We are glad that your stay was a good one and that you had the chance to see howler monkeys.
About the price of the buffet , we would like to explain that $22 includes 13%...More
It appears from the pictures I have seen that I drew the short straw for room choice.
My room was very basic The shower was Not good and there was No hot water in the sink for shaving. The bed was hard but the bedding...More
Plenty of activities can be arranged. We did horse riding which I thought was a little dull and river tubing which was awesome. Rooms were basic but adequate. Both breakfast and dinner ($22 for a buffet) were ok. The bar had a great view and...More
We stayed in this hotel for two nights in a short trip to the area. This is a beautiful National Park with volcanic landscape and natural hot springs. It is worth while a visit, beware it is closed on Mondays. You can still visit the...More
We stayed two nights at this lovely hotel. The design of the facility made a busy place feel so private. So many activities for adventurous or more relaxed travellers. Service was impeccable - always friendly and helpful. Comfortable beds and beautiful soaps, shampoo and creams...More
The hotel will provide transportation to the park, and you can hike all the trails on your own if you're so inclined. The trails are very well marked and you are given a map when you pay the entrance fee, so it's all well... More
The hotel will provide transportation to the park, and you can hike all the trails on your own if you're so inclined. The trails are very well marked and you are given a map when you pay the entrance fee, so it's all well planned. You also have to sign in and indicate where you plan to hike, so the park people know you're there, and where you should be.
The volcano is not within hiking distance, and there are no trails to it (but there are plenty of things to see there instead--and there are several other volcanoes in CR you can go see).