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We stayed at El Tucano as a part of our tour with Overseas Adventure Travel. The rooms were very nice and large. The food for breakfast and dinner was good. The service was very good. I loved that there was a resident sloth on the...More
My fiancee and I arrived to the hotel Friday March 2nd. No problems during check in. We went to the restaurant for dinner at 6pm. Dinner buffet is 7500 colones (about $15) per person. Food was good, but not for the price paid. The next...More
On the surface a beautiful place to stay with gorgeous natural surroundings. Several pools and hot tubs. Can enjoy a nature walk. Pools heated with natural hot mineral springs. On Sunday during our stay, there was a great deal of algae in the main 38...More
This resort was beautiful. My group stayed for 2 nights and we did not have any problems with the room. We had hot water for showering, and it was a very quiet atmosphere. The hot springs were great and very relaxing. The weather was a...More
Surrounded by Hot Springs, pools and rainforest, I enjoyed my stay and the always friendly and helpful staff. My room was clean and comfortable. The meals were adequate and not excessive- as I experience at most resorts and pay a hefty price ($250/day, compared with...More
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Yes the river has geotermal vents and the water is delicious. Actually ther are 4 pools. 2 are not visable in the photos. 1 behide the 5 star spa and one beside the restuarant. Wonderful tropical jungles surround the entire... More
Yes the river has geotermal vents and the water is delicious. Actually ther are 4 pools. 2 are not visable in the photos. 1 behide the 5 star spa and one beside the restuarant. Wonderful tropical jungles surround the entire property.