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We were pleasantly surprised at the size of the room looking over the small piece of "forest" out the back. The hotel is on a busy road but the rooms are very well arranged facing away from the road out the back. Good bathroom but...More
My fourth stay. Great suites for 200$ . Splendid bath, 2 Queens, nice private sitting lounge/ lanai by the pool. Very artsy design, art for sale on display ( paint, sculpture, nice pottery).
Central, great M.Antonio guide on staff.
Good English, friendly to all sorts....More
We loved staying at Hotel Plaza Yara. Artsy place in the midst of plenty of wildlife. We were visited by squirrel monkeys and saw many beautiful birds. The rooms are quite nice and the staff are super friendly and accommodating. Roger was a delight. Visit...More
Our room was very large, though somewhat starkly furnished with small outdoor settee in the rather lounge it felt lost and out of place and not really comfortable for lounging. It was clean and the kitchenette with great coffee was appreciated. The first room we...More
First of all, the Hotel Plaza Yara is amazing. We stayed 5 nights at the beginning of March. We were fortunate to stay in the Siboney Suite, which was absolutely gorgeous and very large. The 50' private deck overlooked the jungle and the common area...More
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Several kilometers, the road consists of hills and curves where the drivers won' t see you until they run you over. There is a very frequent bus to Manuel Antonio from just down the road, 300 colones one way, a more... More
Several kilometers, the road consists of hills and curves where the drivers won' t see you until they run you over. There is a very frequent bus to Manuel Antonio from just down the road, 300 colones one way, a more convenient alternative.