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We stayed one night and it was so quiet with only the birds to hear, the host was so friendly and helpful and the location can't be beat if you have a car. A good view of arenal is just at the entrance, caught a...More
This is a simple hotel 5 minutes away from Fortuna near a stream. The people that run it are really friendly and nice, they were willing to help with all our plans and had great advice.
The rooms are simple but clean. The breakfast every...More
This was my third stay at Lavas Del Arenal. It will always be my home while in Costa Rica. The bare wires on the shower head are standard throughout the world. I've seen them in Venezuela, Chile, Argetina, Thailand, and Jakarta. WiFi worked well from...More
This is a new motel and the owners live right there. They are very friendly but speak almost no english. They invited us into their home to enjoy birthday cake because we were there on his birthday. She makes a delicious breakfast and it was...More
We stayed here a few days and thoroughly enjoyed it. Using the rental car's GPS, it was very easy to find and took only a few hours from San Jose. This in the jungle, folks, and the sounds of the insects and frogs are amazing,...More
We saw a couple big hairy spiders on a nature hike to Rio Celeste. I was surprised that we saw no bugs other than the occasional mosquito at the hotel. Going during the dry season helps, I suppose. Oh, and there are lots... More
We saw a couple big hairy spiders on a nature hike to Rio Celeste. I was surprised that we saw no bugs other than the occasional mosquito at the hotel. Going during the dry season helps, I suppose. Oh, and there are lots of ants. But we only saw the two spiders the whole week--not that we went looking for them!