This place was beautiful. We were told they were in the middle of a drought, but you wouldn't know it by the lush landscape and flowers everywhere. We also greatly enjoyed the wildlife, particularly the coatimundi and the iguanas that roam the resort.
We were there in October which is considered the rainy season in Costa Rica, but we had very little rain on the west coast. It was also the resort's slow season, but that just meant no crowds of people at the pool. Only a couple of restaurants are open each night during the slow season, but you get a schedule when you check in so that you can plan ahead with dinner reservations. And room service is free 24/7. Costa Rica is also very eco-friendly.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking