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My husband and I recently visited Manuel Antonio for our anniversary, and this hotel was perfect for us. Right next to the National Park and a very short walk to the beach, the hotel is situated in a place that makes it easy to do...More
This hotel is directly at the entrance to Manuel Antonio park and a very short walk to the public beach. It's not the fanciest hotel, but it is clean, has a nice pool area and great views of the Manuel Antonio park and beach. the...More
Me and husband stayed at the hotel for 4 nights and also purchased the package with 3 excursions. It was the best decision ever! I was looking for a place where we didn't have to drive a lot. We got the private transportation from the...More
Room was clean and very convenient. Large shower heads and great water pressure. Very relaxing! The hotel is at the entrance of the park. Also it is a few minutes walk to the beach. Many very good restaurants in walking distance from the hotel. There...More
We spent two days at the Hotel San Bada just two weeks ago. The property is a gem. The rooms are well maintained and in excellent condition. The service by hotel staff was exemplary and the food served at both the roof top restaurant (sushi...More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was... More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was warm! I didn't want more clothing!