Hotel Capitán Suizo

Capitán Suizo is an environmentally conscious, forward-thinking boutique hotel, where nature is integrated in every aspect. The hotel is set beneath native trees and nestled between rich, organically-maintained gardens that are home to a variety of wildlife. Natural paths and corridors have been maintained with the outside forest.

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Hotel Grano de Oro

A converted Tropical Victorian mansion, the Grano de Oro Boutique hotel offers the warmth and comfort of staying in a private home with all the amenities of a Luxury hotel. Situated on a shady street just off Paseo Colón, San José’s main thoroughfare, Hotel Grano de Oro is a sanctuary in the heart of the city.

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Hotel Villa Caletas

A luxury boutique hotel inspired by tropical colonial architecture, with a touch of neoclassical influence. Reflecting the eccentric, colorful style of French owner and interior designer, Dennis Roy, the property is chockablock with artifacts, from European art and oriental rugs to terracotta masks and a host of Latin American earthenware.

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Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge

This unique adventure-travel destination surrounded by toucans, monkeys, iguanas and dolphins, extends over jade-colored water. Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge embraces harmony with nature, with lush, green vegetation as far as the eye can see, and leaves as big as elephant ears. This exclusive retreat offers the perfect blend of comfort.

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The Gilded Iguana

The Gilded Iguana is the original surfer spot in Nosara since 1988. Surfers, yoga lovers, and adventure travelers seeking the best in Costa Rica hotels come for direct access to the region’s most famous beach, Playa Guiones, and stay to experience the most consistent surf breaks in the world, a relaxing yoga retreat, and adventurous mountain biking.

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Hotel Arenal Kioro

A concept that mix a luxury service with a thousand natural greens that surrounded our resort. Kioro offers a fabulous place with a natural viewpoint to the Arenal Volcano. The hotel has 27 acres of undulating land, surrounded by two streams (La Palma and Kioro) with crystalline waters that begin to flow in the Arenal Volcano National Park.

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