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All reviewsroom was cleanbasic hotelcosta ricaeco friendly hotelshort walkhot watercloud foresthotel is locatedrental carwalls are thinwatermelonplantainsstaff was very friendly and helpfulzip liningsabor ticobreakfast was deliciouswould definitely stay here again
A nice basic hotel for the price. We were greeted with drinks upon arrival. Staff was very helpful with planning tours, directions and showed us where we could possibly see the sloth in one of their trees (unfortunately it never appeared). Walls are thin and...More
The room was clean but very simple. There is nothing like refrigerator, safe or coffee in the room. The water in the shower were not warm enough and in very low pressure.the towels were rather small and should have been replaced by newer ones. The...More
Hotel Cipreses is a good, basic hotel for Monteverde. It is within walking distance of the town center of Santa Elena. The staff there was helpful with scheduling special nature tours in the area. In January the wind blows and rooms get cool at night....More
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We had a very good time in cipreses.
The staff is very helpful. Thank you Luis. Breakfast is decent and tasteful. Highly recommended.
We saw sloth in the backyard also.
The room is clean and well maintained.
We stayed here last month as part of an Intrepid Travel tour of Costa Rica.
Our room was spacious and comfortable, but it was tucked away on the ground floor in a corner, so we saw little daylight and never saw the sun. Hot and...More
Yes, but it's mostly in Spanish. We used an HDMI cable to connect our computer to the TV and brought up our Slingbox from home. Alternatively, use that same HDMI cable and bring up USTVNOW for six basic channels free from... More
Yes, but it's mostly in Spanish. We used an HDMI cable to connect our computer to the TV and brought up our Slingbox from home. Alternatively, use that same HDMI cable and bring up USTVNOW for six basic channels free from anywhere.