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Our stay here was booked on line. We'd never stayed here before. What an utterly charming place. Jonathan who runs the reception in the afternoons and evenings was one the nicest people we've ever met. And we travel a lot. A most gracious and attentive...More
This hotel is super trendy, colourful with mosaic. Room is sooo large, even the shower is spacious, also there is a balcony. The staff is very friendly and helpful, my regards to the guy with the glasses, best host ever! Nice gift shop, bought a...More
This hotel had extremely nice and large rooms that were well appointed with anything you would need. The lobby area is in a gift shop, which was a little odd, but the staff was nice and helpful. The breakfast area is quasi-outdoors and not air...More
We, me and my wife, spent four nights in Plaza Yara. We really liked our staying here.
The hotel had a small swimmingpool and jaccuzi. It was situated just in front the "jungle". We liked to have a swim here in the the late afternoon...More
It's a great place! Our room was huge, the biggest i ever had! With the swimming pool and the jacuzzi! Thé people are really nice and helpful and have great advices especially for restaurant!their gallery is great too, gives you a look on local artists
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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.