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Located on Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, Mal Pais is an adults-only resort with beautiful views of the Pacific. Mal Pais offers guests the ultimate in luxury; accommodations include villas and villa suites – both types include private plunge pools and comfortable furnishings. The two suites, Villa Estrella and Villa Ultra, ...
Get out of your bubble by hopping into another... in Costa Rica! From Love Spheres to Lost Spheres, guests can experience a stay unlike any other. Looking for a romantic getaway? Imagine a bright pink, inflated sphere that sits in the middle of the beauty that is Costa Rica’s natural ...
Located in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, the beachfront Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort offers over 150 comfortable and spacious guest rooms and suites with beautiful forest and ocean views. Rooms are both modern and charming; woven textiles, solid woods and carved artifacts are peppered throughout, giving each space a warm and welcoming ...
Located in Fortuna, Costa Rica, at the foot of the Miravalles Volcano, this ecolodge is unlike any other. The truly unique thing about staying at Rio Perdido is that the surrounding environment is, for the most part, untouched. From forests and canyons, to natural hot springs, travelers will enjoy a ...
Find peace and comfort at Costa Rica’s Peace Lodge Vara Blanca, located on the grounds of the La Paz Waterfall Gardens and just 20 minutes from Poás Volcano National Park. It’s no surprise the Peace Lodge was featured on the Travel Channel's "Honeymoon Hotspots International" program as one of the ...
With just 27 rooms, the Tortuga Lodge & Gardens sits on a gorgeous canal located in Costa Rica. This lodge is the ideal place for those looking to reconnect with nature. From guided wildlife boating trips and fishing, to cultural excursions, there’s a world of adventure to discover in the ...
Named one of National Geographic’s “unique lodges of the world,” the Pacuare Lodge in Costa Rica is a once in a lifetime rainforest experience for adventure-seeking travelers. Overlooking the Pacuare River and nestled in a rainforest, Pacuare is an eco-lodge where guests arrive and depart as part of a multi-day ...
Situated along the Rio Bellavista near the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Finca Bellavista has emerged from the pristine rainforest as one of the first self-sustaining residential treehouse communities. Far removed from the outside world, this rustic retreat is nestled in the canopy of over 600 acres of rainforest. Although ...
The El Faro Beach Hotel is just a short walk from the Pacific Ocean and right at the entrance of the National Park if you are in the mood for a hike in the dense nature. The hotel was built from blocks of sea containers. The construction time using these ...
Costa Rica has a long tradition of ostentatious hotel-building but today’s travelers often prefer a smaller, wiser experience. Enter then, Kura Design Villas. Located on the esoteric Osa Peninsula halfway up a rainforest-clad mountainside, these properties balance perfectly on that fine line between rustic and luxury. Awake then, to the ...
This could be the first structure ever built from the top-down. The two-floor room-and-observation-deck is suspended from a tree using nylon ropes, nylon stripes. Not one screw or nail was used in its construction. Water for the bathroom comes from rainfall and electricity comes from solar panels. Located on the ...
‘El Silencio Lodge & Spa is the friendliest, most soul-soothing sanctuary where Costa Rica’s visitors can fully attune to a natural state of bliss’ says owner Karin Zurcher. Her brother, Ronald happens to be one of Costa Rica’s most prominent architects and he built the hotel using wood, bamboo, and ...
A shining example of what creativity and recycling can achieve, the hotel owners rescued this 1965 Boeing 727 from a rusty airport graveyard and placed it in the Jungle canopy by the beautiful Costa Rican coastline. The team cut it into pieces and transported it by truck and crane to ...