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After having toured the Cloud Forest near Monteverde, Costa Rica, we stayed one night at the El Establo hotel. The entire property is beautiful! The lodges have stone floors in the hallways, and the interior of the rooms are nicely appointed. We had a huge...More
We stayed here while on a group bus tour of Costa Rica. Our room was in the 500 level which meant a call for the shuttle every time we wanted to head out to tour the town or eat in the restaurant. Room and bathroom...More
This is probably one of the nicest hotels in Monteverde (there aren't many choices) The deluxe queen room that we had was nice, HOWEVER... The front desk was not too friendly and the wait staff at the breakfast restaurant were not friendly at all and...More
We stayed for two nights in April 2015 and wished it was two weeks. You're literally on top of the world and the incredible staff makes you feel like you own it! The views are unparalleled, the food excellent, the grounds beautiful, and--it's worth repeating--the...More
This place has a series of buildings marching up the (steep) hill and overlooking the gulf of Nicoya some 50 or so km away. So getting from the restaurant (mediocre) at the bottom to one's room above (ours at the 600 level) required a strenuous...More
US$106 - US$271 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I found the breakfast buffet at each hotel to be very similar. Some items you can find are "typical" Costa Rican food like rice and beans and American food like cereals, oatmeal, yogurt, waffles and pancakes (at some... More
I found the breakfast buffet at each hotel to be very similar. Some items you can find are "typical" Costa Rican food like rice and beans and American food like cereals, oatmeal, yogurt, waffles and pancakes (at some places), eggs, etc. All buffets had juice, coffee, water, milk, tea and fruits like bananas, pineapple, papaya, etc. Hope you have fun!
Yes there are hair dryers. The buffet breakfast has fresh fruits of all kinds, different flavors of yogurt, eggs, sausage, jalapeño poppers, rice, beans, bread for toast, etc. There is a small market that has everything... More
Yes there are hair dryers. The buffet breakfast has fresh fruits of all kinds, different flavors of yogurt, eggs, sausage, jalapeño poppers, rice, beans, bread for toast, etc. There is a small market that has everything you'd need walking distance, about 7 minutes walk towards town. A very large supermarket is a 3 minute, $3 taxi ride away.