Costa Rica Hotels

The most common type of loding here is the cabina. The typical cabina, which caters to the budget crowd, is a very simple, fan-cooled room with a tile floor, blank walls, and a small, cold-water bath. Many mid-range locales also call themselves cabinas. These may have a similar set-up but be of a higher standard. All-inclusive resort lodges are also copious in the Osa, and there are certain remote areas, such as Carate, in which this is the only type of lodging available for logistical reasons. However, you can find resort lodges that are very well priced considering that they include three meals a day. Lodges are all pretty rustic in the sense that few have A/C or hot water. It can actually be easier to find these amenities in more urban cabina lodging, although the price shoots up significantly.
Lodgings are cheaper in low season, although this rule applies mainly to mid-range and high-end accommodations – those in the budget spectrum tend to keep the same prices year-round. Some high-end lodges and resorts price for three different seasons – the month of December, which is the most expensive, then high season and low season.

  • Mireille Darras
    The Hotel Grano de Oro, located in the center of San Jose, was built at the beginning of the 20th Century, and is reminiscent of these days of fine glory and glamor. It has 32 spacious rooms, uniquely decorated, complete with all the services and amenities one expects in a hotel of these standards.
  • Cuna del Angel
    The Cuna del Angel was awarded the â??Best Hotel in Costa Rica 2007â? by the National Chamber of Tourism. The hotel is angel-themed and each room is named after an angel. While the name and theme might have you picturing extreme angel-overkill, such fears are unwarranted - the rooms are tasteful
  • Villas de las Aves
    If you are seeking fully furnished accommodation with privacy, intimacy and personalised service, then Villas de las Aves may be the perfect getaway for you. The location is very small; there are only 2 luxury villas, plus one double room for overnight bed and breakfast stays. Villas de las Aves is
  • Hotel Roca Verde
    Roca Verde is a good place to head if you're feeling social; the hotel, just off the Costanera Highway, often hosts theatre productions and other events. There are six rooms available and each has space for a maximum of three people. (The hotel charges by the room.) All rooms have both a double and
  • Accommodation Summary
    Even though this is a small quiet area, there are still a number of accommodation options ranging from budget to more luxurious. The lodgings are not designed to take a huge amount of guests so you may need to book in advance, especially during the busier months. If you just plan on turning up rando
  • Sundancer
    The Sundancer offers security and privacy at reasonable rates. The hotel is located down a short, paved driveway, just off the road, so you're only a few minutes walk from the beach, but you have some space away from the busy beachfront. Breakfast is not included, but there is a cheap restaurant and
  • Alturas De San Martin Norte - Deluxe Vacation Villas
    These completely furnished villas are capable of functioning as a home away from home and are also suitable for hosting a family get-together or business function. The San Martin Norte staff can arrange for a helicopter shuttle to pick you up from San Jose and take you straight to your villa. San Ma
  • DiuWak
    Diuwak has it's own internet café, restaurant, mini supermarket, tour and car rental office, ensuring most needs are easily met. There are eight different lodging options available including standard and deluxe rooms, bungalows and suites. The prices range from $75 per night for a basic room (for
  • Hotel Vela Bar & Restaurant
    Tucked away near the National Park and within walking distance of the beach, Hotel Vela combines accessibility with privacy. Rooms are spacious and cool, all with a private bathroom, terrace, hot water, kitchenette and air conditioning. Safety boxes, international calls, and laundry service are all
  • Best Western Kamuk
    If you're planning to enjoy some of the night life while in town, this place could be for you. The central location in Quepos is super handy but noise from the street does carry to the rooms - not a problem if you're out there helping make the noise. Despite being located right in the thick of thing
  • Arena y Sol
    “Sand and Sun” offers a good mix of the basics with the perks. Rates start at only $25 per person, including taxes, breakfast (hearty), cable TV, phone, a private bathroom and A/C. Plus there's a swimming pool with deck chairs, internet access, restaurant, souvenir store and mini market ne
  • Rio Lindo Resort
    This place has a big focus on entertainment which can be great for meeting locals or other travelers. Sunday Sessions at the pool include horseshoe tournaments, live music, chicken, beer and cocktails. Monday Night Football at the Rum Bar donates proceeds from pool tournaments to the Dominical Lifeg
  • Hotel Domilocos
    Hotel Domilocos is one of the newest hotels in the area. All the rooms have A/C, a private bathroom, hot water, and are decorated in warm earthy combinations of carpet, tile, curtain and bamboo. The rooms can accommodate up to 4 people each. High season rates (December 15 to April 15) start at $45 a
  • San Clemente Cabinas
    The great thing about San Clemente is the range of prices; chances are you'll be able find what you want. Prices start at $25 (per person, shared bathroom) and go up to $65 (double, private bathroom). There are 19 units distributed throughout three brightly colored buildings on the beachfront; 16 un
  • Bahari Beach Bungalows
    A chic European take on camping best describes these warm elegant safari tents. There are four tent-bungalows next to the sea which can sleep up to four people each and two cabins which can sleep up to six total. The rooms are located around the pool and gardens, across the road from Bahari's intima
  • Albergue Suiza - Alroma Cabinas
    These little cabins have a lot going for them (nine cabins, six with A/C). Starting from $25 ($35 with air conditioning), they are not only cheap, but also clean, well looked after, and tucked away in a secure location. They're not right on the beach, but still within walking distance and guests can
  • Gaia
    Redefine your standards at this adults only boutique hotel and resort. As a member of â??Small Luxury Hotels of the Worldâ? Gaia takes pride in offering â??more conveniences than the guest could need.â? Each room is served by a personal concierge to ensure all guests get V.I.P treatment. Hig
  • Si Como No
    Picturesque and comfortable, Si Como No (“Yes, why not?“) strikes a fine balance between simplicity and opulence - or “barefoot luxury.” The hotel is part of the Manuel Antonio resort (in a national park of the same name) and is a member of Green Hotels of Costa Rica and the Cert
  • Arenas del Mar
    Private and secure, this luxury complex was ecologically designed, but you need not forego the good stuff. Built into the existing environment, seven 3-story buildings offer views spanning the forest and ocean. Water is heated by solar panels and recycled for irrigation. Rooms are relaxing, warm, sp
  • La Mansion Inn
    La Mansion Inn is located in Manuel Antonio, just off the main road that heads down to the beach and National Park. Although there are many accommodation options in the area, La Mansion Inn stands out as one of the few 5-star hotels in the area and has recently received awards from Trip Advisor, inc
  • El Parador
    Old world charm and modern day comfort come together in this luxurious melody of Mediterranean and European style. Spanning 5.3 hectares, 3.55 of which are forested, the grounds include a tennis court, miniature golf, nature trails, 2 infinity swimming pools with a swim-up bar, and an adults-only po
  • Villas Nicola
    A healthy alternative, Villas Nicolas provides class and comfort, without the in-your-face straight-from-the-travel-brochure vibe. Interiors feel relaxed and personal. Breakfast is available in the high season, restaurants are in walking distance, or you can rent one of the larger suites with a read
  • Babaloo Inn
    Creamy, airy interiors with wooden textures give rooms here a tree-hut vibe. The friendly American owners work on-site to ensure you are well looked after. There are 4 types of room available, all family friendly, with children under 12 sleeping for free. All rooms have hot water with a balcony or p
  • El Coquito Bar & Cabinas
    El Coquito features coconut-heavy palms that fade into sand and you can walk straight to the sea from your cabina. There are 6 cabinas which sleep 4-5 people each, all with a private bathroom, hot shower and fan. The hotel charges $55/dbl per night, or you can rent one of the two backpackers
  • Dreamy Contentment
    You can satisfy your lazy daydreams at the Dreamy Contentment Hotel with hammocks swaying under palm trees, tropical gardens, and handmade wooden furniture. Ever dreamt of taking up Spanish, dance, or surf lessons? This place is designed to fulfill such fantasies. Still, such dreams are not for thos
  • B & J Cabinas
    B & J Cabinas are not just for tourists, but also for expatriates who are looking for a new home or waiting for their house to be built. There are three 2-bedroomed houses and three studio cabinas for rent, all fully furnished, with cable TV, internet, and access to a washer and dryer. There is no
  • Tucan Hotel
    The Tucan Hotel is a budget establishment aimed at travelers, backpackers, students and tour groups. Long-term accommodation deals are available and there are volunteer work opportunities at the hotel if you really want to hang around, so don't be surprised if you end up staying longer than you ant
  • La Mandarina
    If you think you can sacrifice the pricey ocean views in exchange for some place a bit quieter (but still in the thick of things) this is the spot. Within walking distance from the popular night spot and restaurant Barba Roja, the hotel is set back from the road to minimize noise. Rooms are decorate
  • Mango Moon
    Don't expect things to be done by halves here. With bed linens of Egyptian cotton covering chiropractic mattresses, and Turkish towels hanging in the bathroom, you can relax in comfort and style. Rooms are warm, soft, creamy, and romantic, with wooden furnishings - perfect for the honeymoon packages
  • La Mariposa
    From Manuel Antonio's highest point, check out the 360° views of the park, sea and town of Quepos. Without exaggeration, the view is amazing, and earned La Mariposa mention in the 2004 edition of “1,000 Places To See Before You Die.” The hotel has a Mediterranean/Spanish design with lot
  • Cerro Chato Eco Lodge
    This hostel may be your best stay of the Costa Rica trip. The view of the mountains is just awesome, and the prices are very good. The room is perfectly cleaned with screen windows, parking is 100 percent safe, and there's a great breakfast (lunch and dinner also available). The location is also g
  • Villa Corcovado
    Villa Corcovado has eight luxurious, secluded villas situated on clean, well-maintained grounds along the golfo dulce. The villas consist of two large rooms with hardwood floors and furniture, garden showers, and four-poster canopy beds. Three meals a day are included in the outdoor restaurant and b
  • Cabinas Carolina
    Cabinas Carolina, located in the center of town next to Restaurante Carolina, has 15 simple, tiled-floor rooms. All rooms come with towels and soap and some are available with TV and air conditioning (at $40 per room in the high season). Rooms with a fan and no TV are $10 per person. The hotel has a
  • Cabinas Eddy
    Overview This place has clean rooms with comfortable beds and blankets (it gets cold in Santa Elena) and big picture windows. There is a very small kitchen but the place lacks a decent indoor communal area, although there are some places to
  • Hotel Raratonga
    For those who love ‘Natural ingredients',Raratonga is the perfect place to be, completely made of fine woods an surrounded by tropical gardens. The Hotel Raratonga is a small cozy hotel managed by an italian couple,situated in Santa teresa at the south of Peninsula Nicoya.It features private ro
  • Hotel Oro Verde
    The inviting, second-story rooms at Oro Verde are only $7-8 for a single, which includes cable TV, and heavy wooden dresser, towels and soap. The larger rooms have hot water and a few also have A/C. Doubles, triples and higher run around $14-$20. At night the metal door in front of the stairs is kep
  • Zona de Camping el Chontal
    This jungly campsite provides plenty of comfort and great access to the golfo dulce, mangroves and rain forest. Chose between two bungalows with private bath that fit four people each, a modern, spacious tent with two twin beds and a big private bath mosaicked with seashells ($30, includes three mea
  • Centro Social La Montaña Río
    This bar, restaurant and performance venue also has four cabinas available for $14 a person. They are a little rough around the edges, but come with a fan, TV, soap and a towel. They have a cozy mountain cabin feel, albeit a little cramped. Buses headed to Drake (35 km away) and Jimenez take on pass
  • El Coquito
    This is one of the first places you'll see after you step off the dock. In front sits the bar, with pool tables, a stage and a dance floor. Walk around to the back and you will come to a kitchen and small outdoor dining area on the left, beyond which are the cabinas. The rooms are simple and could b
  • Latitude 8 Lodge
    Our small and private lodge is located on approximately two acres of landscaped property that fronts the only road on the peninsula on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west. There is one neighboring property (she also loves her privacy) to the south, one house 900 or so feet to the north and on
  • Tiskita Lodge
    Tiskita, located between Pavones and Punta Banco, is an isolated eco-lodge with 800 acres of private beach and rainforest reserve. The lodge also has an immense â??fruit collectionâ? with more than 100 different species of fruits from all over the world. Tiskita offers horseback rides along the
  • Casa Tranquila
    Casa Tranquila is a real surfers' hangout. A few simple, wood cabinas with pairs of twin beds, and big, barn-style windows sit on top of the main house, making use of a large shaded deck with a picnic table and hammocks. Dormitory beds are also available. All have shared baths. Guests can use the fr
  • Cabinas Carol
    These eight cabinas, set behind a small tropical garden, provide privacy, security and a nice social atmosphere. The kitchen is open for guests' use and laundry is $20 per tank, wash and dry. There are lockers in the main office for storing valuables and a computer with internet. Four of the cabina
  • Hotel La Perla
    Hotel La Perla is one of the nicest lodging options in Pavones, and it won't put a hole in your wallet, either. Each room has two beds, a fridge and a coffee maker, plus A/C and hot water. Rooms are clean and well-decorated, adorned with a piece of local art. The hotel is centrally located, and alth
  • Blue Surf Sanctuary
    Blue Surf Sanctuary consists of four beautifully decorated, elevated bungalows with A/C pool and outdoor kitchen. The lovely little resort is just down a little dirt road from a gorgeous white sand beach and famous surf break, Suck Rock.
  • Cabinas the Corner
    This hostel-style locale is one of the best budget options in Puerto Jimenez. Chose a dorm bed with shared bath for $7, or pay $14 for a private room and bath - $20 for two people. Some rooms have hot water. All have fans and mosquito bed nets. Cabinas the Corner is situated in a quiet, convenient a
  • Gringo Pete's
    This eclectic place is a fantastic spot to base oneself in La Fortuna. Rooms are cozy with wooden walls, some of which are a little thin, and come with fans. There is a fantastic communal area and a garden with volcano views. Friendly "Gringo Pete" is always on hand to off
  • Cafe Playa Negra
    Small and pleasant bed and breakfast located in Guanacaste. The rooms are decorated with artefacts from Peru, Costa Rica, Nicarauga and Guatemala. And it is possible to buy these. The hotel location is a cosy and unique spot. The rooms are fresh, with big fans, or air conditioning and private bathro
  • Arenal Backpackers Resort
    If you want a bit of backpacker luxury this could be your spot. A short walk out of the centre this reasonable size place offers clean accommodation with the bonus of a decent size swimming pool overlooking the volcano. Much more expensive than most places in town the big dorms are good value but fo
  • Posada Inn
    This is a reasonable budget option based right in the centre of town. The owner is friendly and the entrance is bright and colourful but the clean rooms and communal garden look a little tired and there are better value places in town. Address Main road, 250m eas
  • Arenal Volcano Hotels
  • Volcano Observatory Lodge
    If you really want to maximize your chances of seeing the volcano spewing lava then splash out and book into this place. Hidden away on top of a mountain at the end of a bumpy dirt road, this big resort is well set out and most rooms have volcano views. There is a swimming pool and jacuzzi, a volcan
  • Hotel Golfito
    Hotel Golfito, open 24 hours, is located close to the main dock on the right. It offers clean, second-story rooms adorned with local artwork. Rooms are available with either fans and cold water for $14 or A/C and hot water for $24. The more expensive rooms also come with a cushy armchair, and there
  • Hotel Sierra
    This large, comfortable hotel is located right next to the airport and has a very U.S. look and feel. Rooms are tasteful, with large windows, spacious bathrooms and attractive dark wood furniture. All have A/C, fan, hot water and cable TV. The rooms surround an ample courtyard with a swimming pool a
  • Finca Roca Dura
    This fully equipped rental house is set amidst a stretch of beautiful gardens, close to the beach and the trail to the King Louis waterfall. The house is two-stories and can fit eight people. Two may share it for $115 a day, and it costs a mere $15 for each additional person. Closed during low seaso
  • Frank's Place
    The Tico family owned hotel is located 100 meters from Playa Carmen and close to all the essential amenities like the banks, pharmacy, internet, shops and restaurants. Enjoy the three pools set in a beautiful and tranquil tropical garden, where you will be able to observe the many iguanas and bir
  • Osa Vida
    Besides camping on the beach, this is about as budget as it gets in Matapalo. It's not quite worth the price, but it will serve you just fine for a short stay. Osa Vida offers two, basic cabins with bunk beds, shelves for storing you things and a small common area in between with tables and chairs.
  • Casa Dulce
    Simple, open-air rancho style home available for rent on the scenic Osa penninsula.
  • Hotel and Restaurant Corcovado
    Close to the airport, Hotel Corcovado is hovering between the budget and mid-range spectrum, though the overall appearance and atmosphere would allocate it to the budget category. Rooms are simple and undecorated, but provide adequate space and comfort. Some rooms have A/C, hot water and TV. Rooms w
  • Cabinas Jade Mar
    At Jade Mar you can choose between a standard cabin or one of four private cabanas with a panoramic view of the ocean. The cabanas are $50 a night and come with a fan, hot water and a mini-fridge. They can accommodate either couples or families. The cabins are in the process of being renovated, and
  • Costa Paraíso Lodge
    This oceanfront lodge, with it's warm and relaxed atmosphere, overlooks the Rocas de Amancio rock formations of the Pacific. The rooms have names like Pelican Roost, Dolphin Lodge, Coconut Grove, and Monkey Loft, and are all beautifully put together like a country home. They range in price from $110
  • Rocking J's Hostel
    Famed for its large hammock dormitory, this beachside hostel lives up to its name. Up to 400 people can be accommodated in tents, hammocks, dorms, private cabins and even a tree house. Prices range from $4 to $30. They have their own bar, restaurant, a small shop for essentials and a tour desk for
  • Totem Hotel Beach Resort
    Your Caribbean hotel destination with the charm of the exotic paradise and all the conveniences of home.
  • Pirate Cove
    Pirate Cove is a comfortable, well-maintained lodge about a 30-minute walk from the center of Agujitas. The lodge sits right behind a juncture between river and ocean, so you can go swimming or take a kayak out whenever you like. Pirate Cove provides three, delicious meals a day and offers the full
  • Lands in Love-Tierras Enamoradas
  • Playa Chiquita Lodge
    Our twelve tranquil cabins are connected by a 50 yard natural trail to the white sand beaches. All cabins have fully screened windows, ceiling fans, private bathrooms with showers heated by solar panels. The verandahs overlook a lush tropical garden filled with exotic birds, flowers and butterflies.
  • Cabinas Lika
    Clean and cheap is what the sign says outside. The two rows of cabins, separated by a small garden, are $10 per person with private bathroom and $8 with a shared one. Run by born-and-bred Puerto Viejan Lika, his cabinas are basic but secure and feature cooking facilities, hammocks and even a small
  • Pagalú
    This bright and airy hostel has, with good reason, become a recent favorite of travelers to Puerto Viejo. It has a very calm and friendly atmosphere, which is welcoming in this town. Cool dorm rooms sleep up to four people at $8 per person, and private rooms are available at $28 for a double. Both o
  • Hotel Puerto Viejo
    This popular, well known backpacker place has recently changed hands and been renovated, now with a big wooden communal area by the shared kitchen. The wooden cabins sleep up to six, have hot water all day in shared bathrooms and are surrounded by relaxing gardens. Prices are generally $10 per perso
  • Sunrise Hostel
    This cheap and centrally located backpacker joint is perfect for those on a tight budget. The staff is kind and helpful. Although the hostel is pretty basic, the rooms are clean, airy and have fans. Good value for money; the large dorm upstairs is only $5 a night. Recently opened, there are basic f
  • Backpackers Manuel Antonio
    A good choice for mobile travelers. Located right outside a bus stop on the way to the beach, the park, or Quepos, you can easily get to and from here. If you have your own transport there is free parking. Customers can also use Skype, wireless, the kitchen, dvds, tour info and the book exchange. A
  • Cabinas Guarana
    These colorful and peaceful individual cabins are set in a garden courtyard a block back from the main street. Perfect for couples or those looking for a charming but not overpriced place to stay. Rooms are about $35 for a couple and $25 for single. A shared kitchen is available and there's a treeho
  • Dominical Backpackers Hostel
    It's no Hilton but if you want a place strictly to crash, this will do. You can't fault the location - you need do little more than roll out of bed to reach the beach or find somewhere to eat. The balcony has a good view and hammocks. Great if you're traveling light; stash your few valuables in the
  • Piramys
    Hostel Piramys appears to be more or less a hippy hang-out. If you plan on emailing ( or phoning (2787-0196) in advance, you'll need to speak Spanish. And if you email, don't hold your breath for a reply. The beachfront location is great though, and you have a more privacy than a
  • Vista Serena
    Claiming to â??host the fun,â? this hostel accommodates the young and young at heart. With ocean views and plenty of room to socialize and hang around in hammocks, this place is a great base to kick back. Laundry service, fully equipped kitchen, and stereo are provided. Share a room in the large
  • Cabanas Maxi
    Overview One of the few options in Manzanilla that is close to the beach and in the hub of the little village, this place is a convenient spot to stop with clean sizeable rooms each with private bathroom, air conditioning and a television. The owners speak a mix of Spanish and Engli
  • Cabinas Manzanillo
    This decent size place at the entrance to town is just 100 meters (328 feet) from the beach. It provides spotless, comfortable accommodation at a good value, nine rooms with A/C. The owner is friendly and speaks English.
  • Cabinas Jacaranda
    Overview The colorfully tiled crazy paving leads you into a great hostel which is set in and around some tree-filled gardens where you can swing the afternoon away in a hammock or lounge around on one of the comfy sofas in the shade. The whole place is spotlessly clean, rooms are a
  • Cabanas Tortuguero
    Overview A short walk south of the main centre this is the most popular place in town, and with good reason. Friendly owners offer clean and airy rooms, spread out in cabins and buildings around a long, tree-filled garden. There are plenty of verandas with hammocks to make the most
  • Cabinas Café Rico
    Only two cabins are up for grabs here. Although a little pricier at $25 for a single and $30 for a double, it's definitely worth the difference. Free surfboard, snorkel and bike rental are all included, as is the laundry service, drinking water and all-day coffee. Everything you need in one place, p
  • Wide Mouth Frog
    Laid back with a family feel, this hostel has a great pool, and is a popular place for young and friendly people. Clean and spacious, you can pay $9 a night for a bed in the dorm or $24 for a private room - all of which have secure lockers. Shared bathrooms have cold water, but if you want to pay a
  • Cabinas Pedro Miguel
    Family owned and operated since 1978, these hosts understand the value of simple home comforts at an affordable price. Cabin prices range from $50 (single) to $85 (quad) and come with swimming pool access, balconies, ocean views, hot water and private bathrooms. Bigger cabins have a fridge, kitchen,
  • Apartotel Los Yoses
    For travelers looking for a home away from home, Aparthotel fits the bill. With three different suite standards, all with kitchens, dining room and living rooms, this reasonably priced apartment-hotel is a good option for families or for travelers looking to stay longer than a week. Rooms are clean
  • Camping Antorchas
    Antorchas is a well-run hostel and campsite for budget travelers who still have a few expectations. Still close to the beach, but a bit further from the bars, campers have access to the Antorchas Grocery Store with surfboard rental, an equipped kitchen (shared), common areas with a TV and hammocks,
  • Hôtel Le Bergerac
    Hidden on a quiet residential street, this small luxury hotel is made for the discerning traveler. The hotel has 26 rooms scattered throuhout four buildings, many with access or views of the hotel's beautiful garden and courtyard. Customers have the option of four different room standards, which inc
  • Hotel Casa Las Orquideas
    This colorful and friendly hotel in San Pedro is a well-priced option for travelers wanting a lot of comfort for a small price. It has a dark wood, exotic décor and a Brazilian restaurant on the first floor. Breakfast is included in the room price as is room service, when the restaurant is open.
  • Hotel Don Fadrique
    This little gem of a hotel is tucked away in the residential neighborhood of Los Yoses, yet is still convenient to the amenities of both San Pedro and San Jose. This midrange hotel, reminiscent of a villa, only has 16 rooms making service a high priority. Travelers will appreciate the lush garden an
  • Casa Cambranes Lodge/Hotel Casa Cambranes
    This small, quiet hotel prides itself on its South Beach-inspired décor. Each room is decorated in a different sunny color. VIP rooms even have a Jacuzzi. Located in the Los Yoses neighborhood, restaurants and shopping are steps away. Room rates are average for the area and include breakfast and I
  • Verde Sueño
    These colorful beach houses come with everything you need to make yourself at home - hot water, kitchen and utensils, fridge, stove, mosquito nets on the beds, and, what will be one of the biggest perks for many people, WiFi. The houses are open on two sides. Owner and biologist Andy Pruter also run
  • La Ponderosa
    The hotel is located on the beachfront just out side of town with 14 acres of jungle and gardens. The resort has a tropical swimming POOL (new 2008), game room, FREEWIFI, restaurant, courts and spectacular gardens. Perfect for your next tropical adventure with nature trails in the jungle, orchard
  • Ojo del Mar
    Ojo del Mar is an eco-friedly lodge offering comfortable, thatched-roof cabins with mosquito bed-netting, hammocks and outdoor showers. Meals are made from organic and local produce, and breakfast is included. The lodge also offers yoga classes, and massage, as well as a variety of other activities
  • Puerto Limón Hotels
    Foreign investment has spurred the development of hotels along Puerto Limón's waterfront. Booking ahead is advised for during the yearly "Dia de las Culturas" celebration on Columbus Day.
  • Orosi Lodge
    Lovely and quaint, the Orosi Lodge sits at the south end of town. The six modern, colonial style rooms each have a kitchenette, private bath, hot water, ceiling fan, extra blankets, queen size bed and balconies or terraces. The inviting lodge has a cafeteria featuring organic Costa Rican coffee an
  • Lapa Rios
    This first-rate ecolodge puts you in the middle of the jungle without depriving you of any of the creature comforts or the luxuries you're accustomed to. Here it's chose your own adventure - you can embark on jungle hikes, boat trips, take surf lessons or even play soccer with the locals. Or, simply
  • Kapu (Rancho Almendros)
    Kapu has three, vibrant cabins set among beautiful tropical gardens and fruit trees, within view of Playa Matapalo. It's formal name, which means “Almond Ranch,” comes from the lodge's efforts to reforest almond trees, providing an important food source to the endangered scarlet macaw. The
  • Castillo de Pavones
    The Castillo de Pavones is indeed castle-like - a towering stone structure set atop a tall hill that overlooks the ocean and the rainforest canopy. It has four luxury suites of 750 square feet each, with plush furnishings and unique, elegant designs accented with wrought iron, wood and stone, which,
  • Wagelia Hotel
    Located downtown, Wagelia Hotel has 18 spacious and spotless rooms, surrounding an open terrace with tropical plants. The rooms feature private baths, hot water, air-conditioning, cable TV and telephones. The hotel offers secure parking, laundry, and a meeting room and can set you up with a variet
  • Luna Lodge
    Luna Lodge is a tranquil, isolated eco-lodge close to Corcovado National Park. It has eight lovely thatched-roof bungalows, each with a private deck. There are also three “hacienda” rooms, styled more like traditional hotel rooms as well as luxury, platformed tents. Meals are included. You
  • Lookout Inn Lodge
    As its name indicates, this eco-friendly lodge at the edge of Corcovado Park is all about the views. The lodge is set on a steep hillside amidst its private 11 acres of rain forest, close to the Pacific Ocean. Five distinct cabin styles are offered, from basic rooms to more luxurious spaces with liv
  • Vista Drake
    Vista Drake is a sophisticated tent camp with all the amenities of a regular hotel - fans, lights, mattresses, bathroom facilities and purified water -- as well as a great view. The camp is conveniently located across from the Parque de los Jaguares where buses arrive and depart from Puerto Jimenez.
  • Cabinas Manolo
    Cabinas Manolo is one of them most popular budget options in Drake. The high-ceilinged, pastel-colored cabins are comfortable and homey, and Manolo and his wife will be sure to see to your needs. Rooms come with a fan and a mosquito net for the bed. You can get a room with shared, cold water bath fo
  • Casita Corcovado
    Corcovado is small B&B that's run by a friendly expat couple from Nevada and is about the best deal you could hope to find - especially in a place like Drake. Jamie and Craig offer two bedrooms of their home to visitors, complete with air conditioning and hot water - a rarity here - and Posturepedic
  • Cabinas Pura Vida B&B
    A recent addition to Drake, Pura Vida has bright, clean rooms, better equipped than most budget options you'll find in Drake, or anywhere in the Osa. Rooms include private bath, towels, a dresser and a bedside table with a lamp. Decorations are simple but greatly enhance the ambience of the accommo
  • Rancho Corcovado
    Corcovado is an amiable, aqua-colored ranch located close to the beach. The ranch has 12 rooms - eight standard rooms with a fan, hot water and an ocean view, and four more spacious deluxe rooms with hot water and air conditioning. The deluxe rooms do not have an ocean view. Rooms are equipped with
  • Hostel Liberia
    Overview This place is handy for the centre of town and offers a good service to Parque Nacional Rincón de la Vieja. Rooms are basic if you get the park deal and there are just two toilets and three showers to go round. Rooms with private bathrooms are bet
  • Nuevo Hotel International
    Overview A reasonable low-budget option, this hostel is upstairs in a concrete block building and offers rooms with a bathroom for good low prices. The walls are only made of partitioning but the rooms are nice and clean. There is a reception area with television but it is good only
  • El Diamante
    Rooms here are tiny but attractive, with a southwest cabin feel. They include private, cold water bath, fan and a small TV. The owner is pleasant and attentive. A nice budget option, and only a few meters from the bus station. People traveling on business get a discounted rate.
  • Hotel Musuco
    This is the first hotel on the right when you get into town. It resembles an abandoned saloon, with dusty glass and peeling paint. Sometimes it's hard to get a hold of the owner, so if you are booking ahead try to set up a time frame of arrival. Otherwise, just keep knocking. Here you get what you p
  • Hotel La Rosa de America
    Hidden behind a high wall with a large wooden gate, this 12-room hotel provides a private and calming respite on the road. Rooms are clean and comfortable with private bathrooms and linens provided. A hearty breakfast is included in the room rate, and its gardens and outdoor pool invite relaxation
  • Cabinas Caza Olas (Wave Hunter Cabins)
    These five, aqua-colored cabins are a little small, but clean and are situated on the second floor beside a shaded wooden balcony. Rooms have two beds are available with A/C or fan. Two have shared bathrooms and three have private baths. A room for one with A/C is $30 a night, $10 with fan. Overall
  • Jamanasin Lodge
    This beautiful little bed and breakfast is owned and operated by a Dutch couple who, after vacationing several times in Costa Rica, fell in love with it and decided to stay. They have four clean, white-walled rooms adorned with bird silhouette cut-outs, local artwork and photos from their travels ar
  • Cabinas Thompson
    Cabinas Thompson has basic accommodations, but at a good rate. The clean, sky-blue rooms come with private bath and fan, and there is a front porch with hammocks, chairs and friendly pooches. The cabinas are located close enough to the center of town to be convenient, but far enough away to escape a
  • Cabinas Maureen
    These cabinas, with a big, rolling wave painted on the outside are the first lodgings you see when you walk into town. The large, wood-paneled rooms are dark and lacking in charm, but if you opt for fans (vs. A/C) they are a good deal. Rooms on the left side come with private balconies, sponge-paint
  • Los Suenos Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort
  • Fundacion Neotropica
    This is primarily a learning center for student groups, but it also rents 14 dorm-style cabins to the public with bunk beds, private bathrooms, and some include a more spacious deck / living room area. Prices are per room. A single room is $27, $35 for a double and $42 for a quadruple. It's $10 extr
  • Yoga
    There are two Yoga studios in the area - Shooting Star Studio, about a 10-minute walk from the center of Pavones along the road to Punta Banco, and the Yoga Farm in Punta Banco. Shooting Star has a large, screened, wood studio with a massage table and outdoor shower, set among a sprawling tropical g
  • Hotel Mundi Plaza
    This slightly faded but adequate hotel is in a handy location close to the center of town. Rooms are comfortable and come with private bathroom, air conditioning and cable TV. The welcoming reception area also serves as a tourist info desk, and the staff is particularly helpful.

  • Villas Riviera
    These four private villas have everything you need to feel at home, including a kitchen, dining area, fans, air conditioning, hot water and safes. The only thing they're missing is a sofa or two. The villas are spread out along gravel pathways among the tropical plants. The price for one person is $
  • SUITAL Lodge
    SUITAL Lodge owns 69 acres of private rain forest and has its own system of self-guided trails. This is an excellent place for people who want to avoid the tourist scene and just enjoy nature. Here you have the opportunity to be your own tour guide and go swimming, kayaking, bird watching or hiking
  • Cabinas Jimenez
    Cabinas Jimenez offers ten attractive cabins and one private bungalow right on the beach. The simpler rooms have garden patios, and the more exclusive rooms have private decks with views of the gulf. All come with hot water, air conditioning and safes, and most have mini-fridges and coffee makers. T
  • Iguana Lodge: Pearl of the Osa
    This luxury lodge offers three distinct types of accommodation: Club Rooms, Casitas and the Villa Villa Kula. Villa Villa Kula is the most extravagant option. It is a three-story, multicolored jungle palace with three bedrooms overlooking the rain forest and gulf, two full baths and a kitchen. The V
  • Hotel Hilton Garden Inn Liberia Airport

    The Hilton Garden Inn in Liberia, Costa Rica is a great place to start and finish your Costa Rica vacation or business trip, located in the province of Guanacaste just minutes from Liberia Airport (LIR) near many top tourist attractions such
  • Martino Resort & Spa
    This high-end resort and spa sits on six acres of lush tropical gardens. Neoclassic in design, the 34-suite hotel focuses on personal attention and includes a full-service spa, extensive exercise facilities, cigar bar and casino. The elegant Italian gourmet restaurant uses predominantly organic me
  • Finca Kobo (Kobo Farm)
    Kobo is an organic farm and rain forest lodge near La Palma. It occupies a total of 50 hectares, 30 of which are primary rain forest. The farm is most well known for the organic chocolate it produces, although it also grows a variety of fruits and some vegetables. The two-story wood lodge can accomm
  • Cabinas Thompson
    These cabinas are basic, but a good deal. The clean, sky-blue rooms come with private bath and fan, and there is a front porch with hammocks, chairs and friendly pooches. The cabinas are located close enough to the center of town to be convenient, but far enough away to escape all the noise.
  • Cabinas Marcelina
    Cabinas Marcelina is well-located in a residential area, keeping it separated from the center but still a short walking distance away. Spotless rooms surround a lovely garden courtyard, which has a picnic table for enjoying the complimentary breakfast out of doors. Simple rooms - fan only - are avai
  • Hotel Las Tinjas
    This centrally located and reasonably priced hotel offers unexciting but sufficient rooms, all with private bathroom. Choose to pay the extra charge for air conditioning or save the pennies and stick with the fan. Bathrooms are clean and the rooms are tidy, even if the color scheme is slightly off-
  • Parrot Bay
    Parrot Bay offers seven luxury cabinas and two fully furnished houses with A/C, hot water and wireless internet, surrounded by mangrove swamp, private trails and beach. Breakfast and dinner are included in the open-air restaurant and bar; lunch is not, although it is provided with some tours. Tours
  • Hotel Chortega
    This squalid, run-down hotel only charges $20 per night for a double room, and it is easy to see why. If you do decide to give it a go, try and get a room facing the courtyard, as they are a bit brighter. The ones leading off the dark corridor are much more cramped and inexplicably have chicken wir
  • La Choza del Manglar
    The “Mangrove Hut” occupies four acres of tropical gardens and natural mangrove forest. Monkeys, macaws and other animals are regular denizens of the property and some even visit guests at the breakfast bar, so you are sure to see plenty of wildlife while you're here. A continental breakfa
  • Hotel El Gran Ceibo
    Gran Ceibo is an excellent mid-range choice, with a pool and view of the gulf. Twenty-seven pleasant rooms are available, with hot water, A/C or fan, fridge and TV. Ceibo has a bar and restaurant on the premises and a private parking lot, although at the time of writing the bar and restaurant were c
  • Casa Horizontes
    Locally, this place is known as the “casa de oro,” or house of gold, because it is made entirely out of mahogany. This peaceful family home has four rooms open to guests, including a spacious loft with a fantastic view of the ocean. Rooms are $25 with breakfast, and guests are invited to u
  • Seuamanzanillo
    Welcome to the exotic and exuberant south Caribbean of Costa Rica. Se Ua bed B&B and house of adventure invites you live a unique experience. Come and discover this beautiful hidden jewel with its culture and Caribbean traditions. It's a magical place with a special energy, where rain forest mix
  • Se Ua Manzanillo
    Welcome to the exotic and exuberant south Caribbean of Costa Rica. Se Ua bed B&B and house of adventure invites you live a unique experience. Come and discover this beautiful hidden jewel with its culture and Caribbean traditions. It's a magical place with a special energy, where rain forest mi
  • Hotel Belle Fleur
    Located on the main street towards the national park entrance, this hotel is a very good budget option if traveling with other people; prices are $8 each for 3 people, $10 each for 2 and $15 for 1. It's clean with private bathrooms, fan cooled rooms, hot water showers, and towels are included. Tour
  • Backpackers dream
    Backpackers Dream is probably the cheapest option you can find in Cahuita if you are traveling alone. The prices are currently $7 per person, for simple, fan-cooled rooms with shared bathrooms. The owner is friendly; the rooms are clean and are fine for those just looking for a relaxed, cheap place
  • Banana Azul
    Just 1 mile north of Puerto Viejo located directly on the beach is this all hardwoods boutique hotel. 13 well designed rooms that take advantage of ocean views and breezes. Facility includes, restaurant, bar and pool. Also is very helpful in setting up tours and local activities.
  • La Leona Lodge
    La Leona, close to the ranger's station, has 84 acres of private jungle and beach property for guests to enjoy. Accommodations are more rustic than most ecolodges in the area, but comfortable. Sixteen large tents equipped with double beds are set on wooden platforms beneath larger, tented pavilions.
  • Cabinas Jacaranda
    Tropical gardens and hammocks surround these colorfully decorated cabins, perfect for those looking for a little tranquility. All rooms come with clean, private bathrooms, hot water, safe boxes and mosquito nets. Yoga and massage are available here, there is a secure parking area, and use of the k
  • Hotel Pura Vida
    Set back from the main street, this Chilean/German-owned hotel overlooks the large football field in Puerto Viejo, and the jungle beyond. Quiet private rooms start at $20 a single and $25 a double with shared bathroom, and $25/35 with private bathroom. Clean and bright, each bed has a mosquito net a
  • Corazón Caribe
    Fresh and cool rooms for up to five people are available here, with prices working out at around $11/12 per person. The friendly, environment-conscious owner also has the Tuanis bike rental across the road towards Playa Cocles, which can be really handy. One room with a private kitchen is available
  • Jordans Jacuzzi Suites
    These cabins or â??suitesâ? are situated around the swimming pool of The Lotus Garden sushi restaurant (same owners), and cost between $40 to $90 per night. From both the names and the prices, one may expect something distinctly more oriental, glamorous and impressive. The bedrooms are beautiful
  • Casa Verde
    The well-named â??green houseâ? is actually its own little village of beautiful cabins surrounded by tropical plants, with a very inviting pool, Jacuzzi and mini waterfall. The immaculately decorated rooms are clean and airy, painted by a renowned Costa Rican artist, and sleep between two to f
  • Cabinas Calypso
    These good-value-for-the-money rooms include A/C, TV, hot water and shared kitchen at budget prices. Each room has its own hammock outside, and some also have a fridge. Prices start from $16 for one person, and deals can be arranged depending on the length of stay. Also available is bike and motorbi
  • Cabinas Sol y Mar
    These pretty rooms are a highly recommended budget option, with prices about $10 per person, $12 for a single. Nicely decorated and close to the national park entrance, each room has a clean private bathroom, fan and hot water. The restaurant next door of the same name is popular for breakfast. Tel
  • Alby Lodge
    A peaceful, nature-lovers paradise. These bungalows are spread out in beautifully-kept tropical gardens, and are built in a traditional way using natural materials. Each bungalow has space for four people, with mosquito nets on all the beds and a private bathroom with hot water. There are also fans
  • Cabinas Safari #1
    Clean, nicely decorated rooms right in the centre of Cahuita. They're a great option for a couple or a group of three with prices at $25/$30, but still $20 for a single. They're definitely worth the price as each room has A/C, private bathroom with hot shower, and private parking is available. One
  • Villa Delmar
    This budget resort has 11 rooms to rent, many are separate bungalows and there is a shared outdoor kitchen. Prices work out at an average of only $9 per person for groups of two to seven, which is pretty good value. Rooms are clean, with bamboo furniture, private bathrooms and mosquito nets. A singl
  • Cabinas Atlantic Surf
    These rooms are friendly backpacker's option not far from the popular white beach, with very reasonable rates. Prices range from $12-15 for one person with cold or hot water, and $15-20 for two. Add a few dollars on each if coming in high season. All rooms have their own bathroom, fan, and mosquito
  • Kelly Creek
    Four beautiful wooden rooms are available right at the entrance to the National Park, overlooking a small river. All come with two double beds, mosquito nets, private bathrooms with hot water, and ceiling fans and are decorated with colorful paintings by the Spanish owner. Rooms cost only $55 for tw
  • Cahuita National Park Hotel
    These luxury rooms are perfectly located right at the National Park entrance, overlooking the sea. What they lack in personality, they make up for with all the extras you need to make your stay more comfortable. A/C, Cable TV, private bathroom with hot water, safe box, and fridge are all included,
  • Cabinas Palmer
    These lovely, centrally located rooms are set back from the street, in their own courtyard with hammocks outside each one. All 11 rooms have fans, private bathrooms with hot water and secure free parking. They're pretty good value for money too, at only $10 per person if in a group of two or three,
  • Cabinas Arrecife
    The lovely Reef cabin rooms face the sea front and have their own small pool and hammock area. The rooms are good value for money if traveling with others. $25 for two people or $30/$40 for three or four will get you a clean private room with ceiling fan, and its own bathroom with hot water. Single
  • El Tucán Jungle Lodge
    Entering off 1km from the main road through the jungle past magnificent, giant trees, you know this is a nature lover's paradise. Quiet is maybe not the word for this lodge, with the wonderful jungle sounds of howler monkeys, toucans, frogs and insects, but peaceful, definitely. The lodges are clean
  • La Casa de las Flores
    Beautifully decorated in a minimal style, these rooms are cool and clean, with A/C and private bathrooms with hot water. Each room is named after a different flower and feature chairs and a table in the patio. Free internet and coffee are available here and tours can also be arranged in reception. L

  • Coco Loco Cabins
    Gardeners quietly work away as you relax in the hammock on your private porch, surrounded by perfect gardens, jungle and exotic birds. The individual, fan-cooled, wooden bungalows come with private bathrooms, all-day hot water, mosquito net, refrigerator, safe boxes and even cable TV. Sounds like
  • Cabinas Grant
    Close to the bus stop, this place is in a handy spot and rooms are perfectly adequate although not the best value in town. The large outdoor communal area has some swing hammocks but overall it looks a bit tired and dusty.
  • Hotel Casa Roland Marina Resort
    Hotel Roland, a recent addition to a chain of resorts across Costa Rica, is one of, if not the most, exclusive hotel in Golfito. It provides three kinds suites - standard ($145), junior ($185) and master ($225). Suites are decked out with plush, elegant furnishings and adorned with local artwork. Th
  • Cabinas Riverside
    Owned by the same family as Sol Y Mar, Cabinas Riverside has a selection of clean, cheap rooms in a quiet area behind the white beach. A double room with a kitchen and private bathroom is great value, at only $25 for two people. Other rooms are also available without kitchen at $20 for two, $25 for
  • La Purruja Lodge
    La Purruja is located a few kilometers outside of Golfito, providing a setting that is closer to nature and more secluded than many Golfito lodging options. Rooms are set on well-manicured grounds, surrounded by rainforest, and have fans and front porches. The lodge can help you arrange nature tours
  • FishHook Marina and Lodge
    The FishHook offers six sophisticated, spacious rooms with A/C and hot water. All rooms open into the lounge area, outfitted with a few sofas and a TV, which then leads into the bar and restaurant. The restaurant is set on an open-air deck that connects directly to the 20-slip marina on the Golfo D
  • Cabinas Tucan
    These rooms are nothing special, but they all come with cable TV and fan or A/C, and there is a soda on the premises so you don´t have to go far to find a meal. The cabinas are set right on the main road between the two major docks (within a short walking distance of both). Rooms are $10 for a si
  • Samoa del Sur
    Samoa del Sur has large, attractive rooms, well-decorated and outfitted with TV, A/C, hot water and a safe for valuables. Rooms have two matrimonial-sized beds - $92 per room in high season. There is an outdoor pool in the courtyard, bike rental and free WiFi at the Samoa del Sur restaurant next doo
  • Albergue Estero Azul
    The Estero Azul lodge is located 2 km outside of Sierpe. The spacious, hardwood cabins are situated on well-manicured tropical grounds along the river and have fans, mosquito nets and hot water. Monkeys, birds and iguanas frequent the lodge, and there are even a few rain forest trails right on the p
  • Hotel Margarita
  • Cabinas Sofia
    The rooms at Cabinas Sofia are fairly plain, but they are pleasant and include A/C and hot water. There is a nice lounge area with cushy sofas, a TV, screened-in porch and a few computers for internet use. Sofia also offers all the standard tours. Rooms are a flat $40 per night, although there are t
  • El Delfina
    El Delfina offers simple rooms with fans and private, cold water bathrooms. Rooms consist of nothing more than a full-sized bed and a wooden shelf for belongings, but there is plenty of space, and the price can't be beat. This place primarily accommodates long-term stays (for an even lower price), a
  • Oleaje Sereno
    Rooms here are basic with sea-foam green walls and minimal decoration. They do, however, come with A/C and hot water, which are luxuries here. Single rooms cost $40, $60 for a double and $75 for a triple. Breakfast at the hotel restaurant is included. The hotel also arranges tours.
  • La Finca Chica
    Four lovely houses are up for rent here on the spacious grounds of la Finca Chica, just back from the river Cocles. All have fully-equipped, fan-cooled rooms with double beds, kitchen area, TV, telephone and private bathroom with hot shower. Prices per night are pretty good, starting at $45 and $60
  • Cariblue
    One of the most popular jungle-bungalow resorts in the area, Cariblue is a wonderful place for nature lovers looking to relax in the peace of the jungle while still being just minutes from the beach. Prices start at $104 per night for two people or $128 if you want a TV and A/C. If coming with frie
  • Hostel Miriam II
    Overview This tends to be one of the more popular choices in town but the rooms are now looking a little dingy and in need of refreshment. They are clean, however, and surround a nice garden area with some comfortable balcony sofas overlooking the sea to the left.
  • Cabanas Princesa
    Overview Run by friendly owners this tidy option offers large fan-cooled rooms that are bright, airy and spacious with cool tiled floors and the nice touch of towel-art creations in the shape of birds. All have a private bathroom, some upstairs can have views of the sea and the only
  • Casa Verde Lodge
    If you feel it is time to relax and pamper yourself you can go the whole hog and try this massive place with its nice garden setting. Clean and comfortable rooms are well decorated with smart wooden beds and the friendly owners can help you with tips for the area. This place is in a good spot and co
  • Olé Caribe
    These simple cabinas, fully-equipped rooms for up to four people, are located just a couple of hundred meters back from the beautiful Cocles beach. Rooms are clean and pretty, with a kitchen area, private bathroom and porch outside. Prices are very affordable: at just $18 per person or $24 with A/C,
  • Tortuguero Hotels
    There are a variety of lodging options in Tortuguero; below are some recommended places.
  • Yaré
    At the south end of Cocles beach, hidden back from the main road, are the delightful Yaré bungalows. The delightful multi-colored bungalows are connected by a raised wooden platform through the trees. Choose a simple, fan-cooled room with a private bathroom for $47 or with a fridge and kitchen area
  • Totem Hotel Resort
    This spacious beach-front resort is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens and is great for nature-lovers, surfers and families. Here, the wooden-crafted rooms and bungalows are either fan-cooled or have A/C and come with private bathroom, telephone, TV, hot water showers and terrace. Suites inclu
  • Hotel Buganvillea Resort
    This magical hideaway, up in the jungle behind Cocles beach, is the perfect retreat for those looking for peace and serenity. Immaculate rooms are spaced out on the property, which also has a massage centre, sauna, billiards and TV room, and a bar. Most impressive is the outdoor swimming pool lit up
  • Cabinas Rio Cocles
    There are only a few cabins to rent here next to Cocles River, on a large, well-kept piece of land leading onto the perfect Caribbean beach in front. Small and friendly, yet spacious and peaceful, Cabinas Rio Cocles are only available by advance reservation. The clean, quiet cabins each have a a pr
  • La Costa De Papito
    Twelve wooden bungalows are available on La Costa de Papito, each one made from local resources and fully-equipped to make your stay is as comfortable as possible. Enjoy breakfast on your porch, taking in the jungle surroundings not 100 meters from the beach. Prices start from $66 / 74 (low / high
  • La Isla Inn
    Be right there to catch the waves in the morning, and fall asleep to the rolling waves at night in the friendly La Isla Inn. Located right in front of one of the most beautiful beaches on the coast, the hotel has a variety of different ecologically-built rooms on offer, all with private bathrooms. A
  • Moana Lodge
    For an exotic experience, splurge on a night at the Moana Lodge, where African motif and dazzling tribal masks adorn every corner of spacious rooms with ocean views. Four deluxe rooms and three standard rooms- all but one with a queen and single bed- are scattered about lush tropical gardens in thre
  • Corcovado Lodge
    This well-maintained tent camp is right on the beach and lies less than a kilometer away from the entrance of Corcovado Park. Twenty spacious tents are situated on wooden platforms beneath tented tarps. The tents are equipped with beds and small tables or shelves, and there is a deck area in front o
  • Doubletree Cariari By Hilton San Jose
    DOUBLETREE CARIARI BY HILTON SAN JOSE An oasis of relaxation in Costa Rica's capital! The mo
  • Residence Inn San Jose Escazu
    Located just 15 minutes from downtown San Jose, Residence Inn San Jose Escazu hotel is close to prominent area businesses along with CIMA hospital.
  • Costa Rica Marriott Hotel San Jose
    The Costa Rica Marriott San Jose Hotel is a beautiful colonial hacienda set on a 30 acre coffee plantation. With unique architecture and elegant antiques, this luxury San Jose hotel features captivating grounds, exceptional service and a relaxing ambiance.
  • Hotel Aranjuez
    A wonderful garden retreat located right in San Jose. If you want to be off the beaten-track with your lodging, try the Hotel Aranjuez. Multiple gardens throughout the hotel, along with numerous sitting areas, makes for a comfortable place to visit, read a book, or even take pictures. Many types of
  • Presidente
    Location, location, location is just ideal. This hotel is located in the heart of San Jose on the famous Avenida Central one can find all the amenities for comfort. You are in walking distance of downtown markets, souvenir shops, restaurants (fast and slow) etc. A mix of central American flavor wi
  • Sleepers Sleep Cheaper Hostel
    Sleepers is great value and the service is top-notch! Ronny and his family are such hospitable people and are very knowledgeable about the area, and it is super easy to book reservations for the sights and tours through them. The morning breakfast is healthy and filling enough to get one through a s
  • Hotel Jenny
    Hotel Jenny has clean and basic but slightly dingy bedrooms with private bathrooms and cable TV for $30 per room per night. Guests are welcome to use the refrigerator in the reception area, and towels are provided. The rooms facing the street can get noisy at night, but on the plus side there is ai
  • La Botella de Leche
    Built for backpackers, with open-air sitting areas, full kitchen, cable TV, AC, hammocks, surf board rentals and a tongue-in-cheek cow theme, this Argentinan run hostel is reason enough to visit Tamarindo.
  • Pura Vida Hostel
    This is one of the best hidden secrets in Tamarindo!!! Little tranquil and peaceful oasis in the middle of hustling and bustling Tamarindo. This hostel has very nice and CLEAN private and dorm rooms accommodating the budgets of all travelers. 2 large and well equipped and fully stacked kitchen
  • Corner
    A spotless, secure hostel just steps away from the bus terminal, Corner is an excellent budget option for travelers headed to the national park. Private and dorm-style rooms are offered. Bathrooms are clean and shared with hot water. The owner, who calls himself Mr. Corner, will meet you at the b
  • Linda's Secret Garden
    Here there are a few lovely spacious rooms for couples and groups, and also one of the only dormitory rooms in town, with prices starting at $10 per person. Couples pay $22 per room and a group of four pays around $38. The longer you stay, the lower the price. There is also a new, shared kitchen ind
  • Montana Linda
    Quietly set against the valley, Montaña Linda (beautiful mountain) is a quiet retreat from the city. The budget hostel has clean and simple dorm and private rooms, with extra blankets for cool nights and a shared bathroom. The open-air kitchen and common area are relaxing places to meet fellow tr
  • Hotel Interamericano
    Set in a convenient part of town with plenty of rooms and friendly bilingual staff, Hotel Interamericano is the recommended budget accommodation. In operation since the mid 60's, the hotel offers 24 hr security and clean rooms from private to a quad, and shared or private bath. A large common area
  • Hostel Sol y Luna
    Free Internet 24 hours/day, Free Coffee & Tea, Clean and hot showers, Fully equipped kitchen, Laundry services, Cable TV, Store Room, Play Game, Free tourist information center, No Curfew, parking lot for two cars. We offer private double and triple with private bath and cable TV, plus private doubl
  • Hostal Pangea
    Overview This place rivals the popular Costa Rica Backpackers hostel and offers a similar deal, although their solar heated pool has a jacuzzi and wet bar. Chilled out music plays in the garden where hammocks are available while there are two kitchens, a games room, movies and free
  • Hotel La Estancia
    While there may be slightly cheaper places to stay, this budget option is certainly safer. The “U” of rooms are all within view of the front desk and it's on a well-lit street close to the plaza, about half a block north of Hotel La Pampa, and popular restaurants. The cold-water room
  • Hotel La Pampa
    Just a block west of the plaza this hotel is good budget option. The area is well lit and there's someone at the front desk 24 hours a day. Rooms are modest but very clean and are available with or without air conditioning. There's cable TV in all the rooms and Internet is available in the lob
  • La Calle De Alcalá
    If you can afford it then definitely stay here. About two blocks east of the plaza, this hotel is a bright green oasis in a hot dusty town. The grounds are lush and manicured, and the tropical pool will definitely be appreciated during the midday heat. The open-air restaurant and bar overlooks
  • Sámara Beach Hotel
    Don't be fooled by the tired-looking entrance; inside you'll find a cheery sunshine-yellow hotel and staff to match. All the rooms overlook the pool and gardens, and those on the first floor are handicap accessible. The small bar/coffee shop in the lobby is the perfect place to start, or end,
  • Sámara Tree House Inn
    Who says tree houses are just for kids? These decadent stilted rooms right on the beach will make you glad to be a grown up. Every attention to detail has been paid, from the windowed wall facing the ocean to the polished wood accents throughout. The lush bungalows are arranged around the pool
  • Volcano Lodge
    A hotel located in La Fortuna, Costa Rica. Enjoy the spectacular views of the world famous Arenal Volcano from the terrace of your air conditioned room!.
  • La Fortuna Hotels
    La Fortuna's popularity as the gateway to the Arenal volcano, among other attractions, has resulted in a variety of hotels, hostels, and other options for staying the night. Some options are: · Gringo Pete's · Arenal Backpackers Resort · Posada Inn · Volcano Observator
  • Hotel Palmeral Dorima
  • Cabinas Jade Mar
    cabinas jade mar is located in bahia drake, peninsula de osa. we have room AC, private bathroom, cabanas ocean view, private bathroom, and room share bathroom. we organize all tour cano island, nactionla park corcovado and more. we have a restaurant.
  • Cabinas Romy
    Cabinas Romy is one of the nicest places you'll find in Paso Canoas, though the rooms are nothing elaborate. The arrangement of the establishment is more like a traditional hotel rather than cabinas, with rooms stretching in a long row across a top and a bottom floor. Rooms with A/C and TV are avail
  • Hotel Real Victoria
    These rooms, close to the center of town, are a pretty good deal. For the basics - fans and cold water, it's $12. If you opt for things like A/C and TV, you can add on a few extra dollars. The hotel has a small, pretty courtyard with hanging ferns to isolate you a little from the city streets, and t
  • cabiansarsol
    budget hotel/hostel,located in Fortuna central a block north and 2 east of park,(down streat from otel San Bosco, WE have cabins with TV Ref, Hot water, new beds, Ask for Gringo Barry, Silva, or liset.
  • Cabinas Familiares Hilda
    These rooms, close to the center of town, are a pretty good deal. For the basics - fans and cold water, it's $12. If you opt for things like A/C and TV, you can add on a few extra dollars. The hotel has a small, pretty courtyard with hanging ferns to isolate you a little from the city streets, and t
  • La Botella De Leche
    Budget travelers will love this relaxed and slightly faded hostel, where the rooms are built around the swimming pool and trees grow up through the open-plan communal area and kitchen. Rooms are basic but comfortable and have overnight AC. Guests get their own individual safe and there is no shorta
  • La Oveja Negra
    This backpacker's hostel is great value for money for anyone looking for a late night party vibe. The colourful rooms all have AC and the huge common area is regularly packed out until the wee hours. Within stumbling distance of the bars and at $10 a night, La Oveja Negra is the perfect option for
  • Fuego Lodge
    FIND YOURSELF INMERSED IN A PLEASANT RAINFOREST DREAM... Each house is equipped with complete kitchen, living room, dining area, bathroom, hot water, fully air-conditioned, Cable TV, DVD player and Wireless Internet connection of 2Mbs. Swimming pool, free off the street pa
  • Turrialba B&B
    Near the bus station and 1 block north of the central park, Turrialba B&B offers 11 rooms from single to family style. Set off the bus lines, the B&B is a quiet retreat from the city noise. Daily and weekly rates are available, and include access to a Jacuzzi, massage room, lounge area, billiards
  • Villas Kalimba
    One of many Italian-owned businesses in Sámara, Villas Kalimba is a gated private resort with six individual bungalows, 24-hour security, a pool, Jacuzzi and bar. Each beautifully decorated villa has two bedrooms and comes with a fully equipped kitchen, a large bathroom, cable TV, air conditioning
  • Cabinas Karen
    This family-run establishment has six individual cabin-style rooms all with air conditioning for $30 per night. The décor is bright and cheerful, and the private bathrooms are kept sparkling clean. Breakfast is not provided and there is no kitchen on-site, but there is a gift shop, which, though a
  • Nosara B & B
    If you're looking to get up close and personal with the local wildlife then this lovely B&B might just be for you. Set in two acres of jungle garden, the monkeys regularly swing by for breakfast, which you can cook up in the outdoor communal kitchen area. The charming rooms all have private bathroo
  • Accommodation Summary
    The worst thing about being presented with so many great places to stay, is trying to pick just one. The best thing is the complete variety and diversity of style, so whatever your budget, there are plenty of choices. The bulk of accommodation is up the hill in Manuel Antonio, but there are some nic
  • Saladero Lodge
    “Welcome to Paradise” Boat access only and just a few
  • El Barcelo
    This hotel is one of the largest all-inclusive resorts in Tamarindo, full of vacationing families and couples. Situated in playa Langosta, a twenty minute walk from town, the Barceló has a huge swimming pool, spa, gym, casino and even its own disco (open to guests only). The rooms are spacious and
  • Creekside Bungalow
    Located in Playa Pan Dulce in the beautiful Peninsula de Osa, is the place where you can experience the rainforest and see all kinds of animals right at your doorstep. It is a great place for surfing, sea kayaking, hiking, sportfishing, whale and dolphing watching, doing yoga, bird watching, and ge
  • La Paloma Lodge
    The Paloma Lodge is tucked in the middle of 12 acres of private rainforest, perched on a bluff overlooking the bay. The sleek, wood-paneled rooms come with one queen and one single bed, hot water, s fan, and a hammock-strung balcony with a view of the ocean. The balconies are great places for wildli
  • Hotel Ojala
    Ojala is a two-story hotel set atop a hill and is about a 15-minute walk north of the main town of Agujitas. The hotel has three cabin-style rooms with tiled floors, all equipped with one double and one single bed.Although the hotel advertises itself as “no-frills” accommodations, the simp
  • Poor Man's Paradise
    Poor Man's is a secluded resort, 20 minutes away from Agujitas by boat, and isn´t exactly for the poor man, but it´s not a bad deal, either. Cabins are colorful and spacious, spread out among a maze of tropical flowers and foliage. You can also camp in a standard tent outside or in a tent cabi
  • Jinetes de Osa
    Jinetes de Osa is a tranquil resort located right on the beach. The hotel has nine rooms, the most luxurious of which come equipped with one queen and one twin bed, a deck with sea view, large windows and hot water. The standard room rates are $66 for a double and $77 for a single, while the superio
  • Green House Hostel
    The Green House Hostel has opened in San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. It is a modern hotel offering complete tourist assistance. We welcome you with our famous warm Costa Rican hospitality. The Green House Hostel provides maximum comfort at a minimum price.
  • Costa Rica Backpackers
    Seemingly advertised in every hostel in Central America this place sees itself as THE place to be in Costa Rica and it lives up to the hype. Located in a safe area within walking distance of the city centre it offers a tranquil spot to make a visit to San Jose more than bearable. Simple but clean r
  • Cuesta Arriba Hostel
    Just outside of “downtown” Santa Teresa and steps away from the La Lora surf break, is the quiet and affordable Cuesta Arriba Hostel. Run by a friendly Argentinean couple, this Spanish colonial style hostel offers spacious coed rooms that house up to six guests, each with private bathroom,
  • Blue Trailz Surf Camp
    This hostel is the perfect stop for surfers. It's right across from the beach and if you're traveling with a group, it specializes in putting together surf excursions. The attached surf shop posts local surf conditions daily and can help you with any of your rental, lesson or gear needs. The standa
  • Bahia Paraiso
    This lively hostel is on the second floor of a shopping center in the heart of town. The rooms are bright, cheery, spacious and very clean. The atmosphere is social and there's a large common area with plenty of tables, chairs and hammocks for relaxing. Those on a really tight budget will appreciat
  • Hostel Pura Vida
    This laid back hostel offers dorms and private rooms which sleep up to eight people. The ranch-style communal area is hidden from the street by a huge arrangement of tropical plants, so you can chill in your hammock in privacy. There is no pool here to cool off in, although the private rooms have a
  • Hotel Kontiki
    The Peruvian couple that run this place built it themselves when they first moved to Costa Rica 20 years ago. The hostel rooms are a series of cabins on wooden stilts that feel a bit like tree houses, and surf boards hang from the ceilings of the common area. The rooms and bathrooms are basic but t
  • Hotel Lys
    This hostel encourages self-expression, or “weirdness and strangeness,” in their guests. Instead of numbers each room has a painting and name, all done by a local artist. Inside, the rooms are all similar and basic, unless you request the cave room. This room's interior is made out o
  • Hostel El Parque
    Right on the beach and next to the bus stop, the budget accommodations here are basic but spotless. The rooms are all shared, most accommodate four, and there are shared cold-water bathrooms. There's a laundry service, communal kitchen and WiFi is coming soon. Just out back you'll find plenty
  • Hostel Las Mariposas
    This tiny colouful hostel has just three rooms, lending it a cozy and relaxed atmosphere. It was originally a soda but Dutch owner Leonie has transformed it and it is now one of the most chilled-out places in town to rest your head - and a bargain at $16 per night. Bathrooms are shared and there ar
  • Laughing Gecko Hostel
    Relax off the beaten path in Londres, at The Laughing Gecko hostel, café and organic farm on Río Naranjo, 14 km East of Quepos. Londres (London) is half-way between the beaches of Manuel Antonio and the rainforests of Cerra Nara, where all the tours are. Laughing Gecko offers a relaxed atmosph
  • Kaya Sol
    This chilled-out hostel comprises of a handful of individual bungalow-style rooms and dorms gathered around the restaurant-bar and a charming outdoor pool. Rooms are spic-and-span and come either with a kitchenette or refrigerator, and if you choose not to opt for a private bathroom then the commun
  • Hostel Solo Bueno
    On the dirt track just off the main road, this laid back hostel charges just $8 for a dorm bed for the night. Rooms are basic but comfortable enough, the common area is a jungle of hammocks and the owners also rent bikes and surfboards by the day. Don't be put off if you arrive to be greeted by a
  • Hotel Lucy
    Ask for a room on the second floor of this charming budget beachside hotel, the ocean views are spectacular. At night you'll be lulled to sleep by the roar of the ocean crashing onto the beach. There's a computer room and WiFi on the main floor and the shared kitchen has free coffee in the mor
  • Aloha Amigos
    It's easy to see the Hawaiian owners' surfer influence here at Aloha Amigos. Simple but clean cabinas are spread out on a beautifully manicured lawn. The rooms are all screened and have either shared bathrooms with cold water or private ones with hot water, for a bit more. The main open-air pa
  • Hotel Belvedere B&b
    This German-owned hotel is built into a small hill overlooking the town. The beds are literally covered with flowers and you'll enjoy a free continental breakfast with a terrific ocean view. There's a swimming pool and hot tub, and larger rooms have a fridge and coffee maker. This is a popular
  • Villas Pepitas
    Built from the ground up by Italian-owner Luca, this beautiful place is a tribute to his hometown of Milan. The five lush garden villas are on a quiet road just a two-minute walk from town. The rooms are bright and cheery and each unit has a full kitchen. If you're looking to turn off the air
  • El Jardin Del Eden

    Perched on the hillside overlooking Tamarindo, this stunning resort offers beautiful views of the town and the ocean beyond. Every bedroom has its own theme and the result is incredibly stylish with a personal touch. But it is worth noting t

  • El Diria
    This luxurious beachfront hotel is near the center of town but you wouldn't know it - the sound of the waves and the music coming from the two poolside bars creates the illusion of being in a much more secluded resort. It's pricey but the rooms are beautifully decorated, and the ocean view suites co
  • Tamarindo Diria
    The decadent Tamarindo Diria is meticulously situated in the midst of the best activities in Costa Rica. The beach front hotel is but a days trip away from active volcanoes, inactive volcano mud baths, jungles, waterfalls, and zip lines. However, for those not wanting to travel, the hotel has many
  • Tamarindo Vista Villas
    The main attraction of this Best Western hotel is, as the name suggests, the view. Rooms are comfortable but unremarkable; however, the newly-refurbished swimming pool offers stunning views of the ocean and the poolside Monkey Bar serves up a delicious range of cocktails. It's a little bit out of t
  • 15 Love B&b
    15 Love B&B

    Tennis anyone? This unique accommodation has a style of it's own! Here you will find two full size tennis courts in your front yard with full views from each of the three intimately styled spacious rooms, offering comfy king-size beds, hot water throughout and cable TV. A
  • The Chocolate Hotel And Five Star Hostel
    Just a five-minute walk from town this charming hostel is a great place to meet people. The manager, Christian, makes everyone feel welcome and part of the “Chocolate” community. In the high season, cookouts and pool parties are a common occurrence. The clean dorm rooms have ki
  • Withch's Rock Surf Camp
    If you're coming to Tamarindo to learn to surf, this beachside hotel and ISA certified Surf School, has a surf camp package that ensures you'll be riding the waves in no time. The seven-day package, starting at about $879, includes your room, daily 90-minute lessons, daily seminars, daily unli
  • Frank's Place
    A long standing favorite and popular hangout spot with rooms to suit any budget, Frank´s Place sits just 100m off the beach at the crossroads of Playa Carmen and Mal País where you first enter town. Choose one of nine basic rooms with private baths, or pick and choose amenities such as AC, TV, o
  • El Milagro
    After entering a nondescript archway advertising “hotel” you'll be pleasantly surprised by the cherry well-kept yellow buildings behind the lobby. The room décor is a bit like a child's room (blue duvets with yellow stars), but clean and comfortable with air conditioning and hot wat
  • Hotel Tropicana
    This unassuming hotel is on the main road across from the beach. While the outside could use a face lift, the standard rooms are clean, comfortable and air conditioned. There are no kitchens or restaurant, but there is a large common area with tables and chairs next to the huge pool. This is a
  • La Palapa Beach Hotel
    This beachside hotel is a real find. The loft-style rooms are beautiful, intimate, and extremely clean. It's so quiet and peaceful in the back you'd never know you were on the main street. Guests receive 15 percent off at the restaurant, a popular cocktail and sunset spot, though it is not a
  • Laguna Del Cocodrilo
    This sweet French-owned hotel is at the north end of the beach right on the estuary (where the river meets the ocean). To access the beach, you'll have to pass by the edge of the marshy crocodile lagoon, for which the hotel is named. There are a variety of attractive rooms, including a room wi
  • Hostel Coral Reef
    Overview This is a bit of a tired place now, but it is still popular. Rooms are pretty basic and relatively clean with fans but the facilities are in need of a major overhaul. One toilet, with an overflowing waste bin, and two skanky showers which flood at every opportunity, are jus
  • Las Lapas de Punta Banco Cabinas
    Las Lapas has four small, clean cabinas above the store with shared bath, or two larger cabinas with private baths in back. Rooms can accommodate up to three people with either one matrimonial bed or a matrimonial and a twin. These cabins are nice, if unexciting, and are fan-cooled.
  • Cabinas Los Cocos
    Los Cocos offers four comfortable and attractive wood cabins, well-outfitted with a full kitchen, mosquito nets, screened windows and a safe for valuables. The â??Bananaâ? cabins can fit up to four people and the â??Piñaâ? cabins are big enough for two. The amiable owners offer boat tours o
  • Cabinas Los Loritos
    At just $4 per person, these clean, spacious cabins are a good value. They come equipped with TV, A/C and fan. Lacy, rose-colored curtains give the rooms a touch of elegance. Be aware that prices may fluctuate along with the price of electricity.
  • Cabinas BM
    These mini-apartments focus on function rather than aesthetic. With a max capacity of about seven people, and fully-equipped kitchen facilities, Cabinas BM primarily targets Ticos and backpackers trying to cut costs. The cabinas are in a good location in the middle of town.
  • Laguna Silvestre Lodge
    Laguna Silvestre offers simple wood cabins set on the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve, and it is one of the few budget options in the Carate area. The lodge also owns 260 private hectares of rainforest for touring and wildlife observation. You can opt to stay in the cabins and have meals included in th
  • Finca Exotica
    Finca Exotica is an isolated lodge and organic farm set on pristine Playa Carate. It offers cabins, â??tiki tentsâ? and a rental house. The unique, thatched roof cabins are airy and partially open. They have mosquito nets, private bathrooms and outdoor showers. The tents are set on bamboo platfo
  • Cabinas y Restaurante Iguana Verde
    These cabins are not overly decorative, but they are pleasant and clean, with A/C and direct TV. You're also right next to the Iguana Verde Bar and Restaurant, so you don't have far to go to get a meal. Iguana Verde offers small-scale fishing tours, for those who want to have some fun without paying
  • Zancudo Lodge
    This lodge is the height of luxury in Zancudo. Its ample, well-appointed rooms are only steps from the beach and include a TV, safe and mini-fridge. Stone benches are scattered about the grounds so you can sit and watch the waves. There is also a pool and an upscale, open-air restaurant and bar. At
  • Casa Los Cipreses
    This family home, a 15 to 20 minute walk outside of Punta Banco, has four small but pleasant rooms set on the rooftop. Each is equipped with either one matrimonial or two twin beds and fans. The bathroom is shared. The property is well-manicured and surrounded by rain forest, with the beach right a
  • Cabinas Raquel
    These cabinas, painted with a blazing sun and colorful beach scene on the outside, are located in the center of town behind the soccer field. The teal-colored rooms with blue trim are simple but decent and take advantage of the big wrap-around porch and ocean view. There is one toilette and one sh
  • Cabinas Los Almendros
    These three cabinas between Punta Banco and Pavones are more like small apartments, though the prices are still quite reasonable. The smallest cabina is located above the restaurant / bar, so noise is sometimes an issue, but it is spacious and includes a kitchenette (no fridge) and private bath for
  • Casa Alondra
    This pretty little rental house is available for short or long-term stays. The house is set in a residential neighborhood across the street from the beach, about 15 minutes from Punta Banco on foot. It has a porch, two rooms, one bathroom and a full kitchen. The daily rate is $50, weekly is $230 and
  • Cabinas Sol y Mar
    This is a great pick in Zancudo. The cabinas are immaculate, with patterned, tile floors and wood-ribbed walls. Decorations are simple but flavorful, and the small porches outside each cabina enjoy a sea view. The more expensive rooms have convertible futons and cool, creative showers surrounded by
  • Macondo
    Macondo guest house has six, air-conditioned rooms on the bottom floor with mosquito netting, fans and private bathrooms. Macondo also has an excellent Italian restaurant and bar where guests can dine at any time of day. A pool sits in the center of the property, surrounded by tropical gardens, whic
  • Casa Del Mar
    Run â??Tico surfers,â? the friendly Casa Del Mar hostel located in the center of Santa Teresa offers budget beds in an all-wood house uniquely designed with concepts of bio-climactic architecture in mind. There´s a lounge area with satellite TV, free security and private lockers, and all the
  • Funky Monkey Lodge
    Lodge with spacious and clean bungalows, AC/ocean view apartments, only 3 min. walk from the main surfing spots. There is a hilltop swimming pool, restaurant, bar, TV room, free wireless, great vibe and music all day. Prices are very reasonable.
  • The Harmony Hotel
    This aptly named hotel is a harmonious blend of sophistication, romance and health. The all-white rooms are casually elegant yet incredibly romantic. Each one has its own completely private back porch with hammock, sitting area and outdoor shower (there is a traditional shower in the bathroom)
  • The Gilded Iguana
    Having established itself as a popular spot for traveling surfers, The Gilded Iguana continues to live up to the reputation. The laid back California vibe runs through everything, right down to the friendly staff. The tiled rooms are cool, clean and comfortable. There's a bar by the pool, open
  • Panchos Resort
    Comprised of eight different-sized bungalows, Panchos is an excellent value in the notoriously expensive Playa Pelada. There's a large swimming pool, a surf shop, a Mexican restaurant and a full-service grocery on the premises. The grocery store will come in handy as all the bungalows have ful
  • Hotel El Ramal
    This ivy-covered family-run establishment offers simple, clean rooms for up to six people, which though slightly pricey are attractively decorated and well located on the main road running through Playa Pelada. Breakfast is not included but there are refrigerators in each room, and an outdoor pool
  • Rancho Suizo
    This ivy-covered family-run establishment offers simple, clean rooms for up to six people, which though slightly pricey are attractively decorated and well located on the main road running through Playa Pelada. Breakfast is not included but there are refrigerators in each room, and an outdoor pool
  • Giardino Tropicale
    Owned by a friendly Swiss-Colombian couple, this hotel is dedicated to being as low impact on the environment as possible. That being said, it still maintains a high level of comfort. There's a lap pool, a separate children's pool, solar heated showers, and it's the site of the Saturday Farmer
  • Cabinas Las Plaza
    This colorful yellow hotel, run by Carmen and her husband Luis, is pretty much the only budget accommodation around. The air-conditioned rooms are basic but cheerful, and there's hot water in the spotless private bathrooms. With an attached soda, you'll know that good cheap meals are just
  • Hotel Playa Sámara
    The basic rooms found here are probably the cheapest in town. If you just need a place to lay your head, these rooms will certainly suffice. They are clean, have cold-water showers and fans. Nights can be a bit noisy, as they are right behind two popular bars on the beach, so ask for a room as
  • Casa Del Mar
    Across the street from the beach and just down from the Super Sámara, you'll find this charming little hotel. The attractive budget rooms, which share a bathroom and communal fridge, are definitely the best deal in town. The large white and airy private rooms are also very affordable. There a
  • Bungalows Casa Valeria
    The private rooms at Bungalows Casa Valeria are an excellent budget option; they are clean, cool and all have en-suite bathrooms. Air conditioning is available and the communal kitchen is well-equipped to handle all of your self-catering needs. With direct access to the beach and an ample supply of
  • Hotel Giada

    This international hotel is a few blocks back from the beach, but don't let that put you off - it is safe, clean, and attractively designed. The brightly decorated rooms are situated around the outdoor swimming pool and all feature private bat
  • Hotel Guanamar
    For over 30 years, this beautiful resort has remained a favorite among families and sport fishermen. Equipped with its own tour desk, it can accommodate almost any of your outdoor desires. The spacious rooms are cool and airy and breakfast is included in the price. The bar and tasty seafood re
  • Puerto Carrillo Hotel
    At the top of the hill, you'll find this Italian-owned hotel surrounded by monkey-filled mango trees. Only recently constructed in 2008, everything here still looks and feels spic-and-span new. The inviting rooms all have balconies or patios overlooking the pool, and there are two apartments a
  • Casa Romantica
    This charming colonial-style hotel, set in beautiful grounds, is a great mid-range option. As well as attractively decorated private rooms with en-suite bathroom, Casa Romantica offers guests a massage service, yoga lessons and an outdoor swimming pool. The hotel is perfectly located for making the
  • Café Playa Negra
    This hotel is a hidden find above the café of the same name. The rooms are incredibly clean and colorful, and best of all, they are made entirely out of polished cement. Apparently this is why you'll find yourself taking a break from the mosquito repellent (finally!) when you're here. There's
  • Hotel Amor De Mar
    Beautifully manicured grounds that overlook the ocean, and a picturesque lava-rock tide pool that's deep enough for swimming surround this lovely boutique hotel. The romantic setting extends into the eleven tastefully decorated rooms and two beach houses. The bathrooms all have warm water show
  • Hotel Hibiscus
    Just across the street from the beach, this sweet little hotel is a good option for those who want easy access to the water. The bungalow-style en-suite rooms are clean and comfortable and all have AC. A hearty breakfast is included, and laundry facilities are available on site. In high season the
  • Hotel Moctezuma
    This midrange hotel has rooms on either side of the street in the heart of Montezuma. The rooms on the ocean side have views, fans, cold-water bathrooms, and are directly next to the very loud local nightspot, Chicos. The more expensive rooms are across the street and have air conditioning, ho
  • Hotel Los Mangos
    The true gems here are the private Bali-inspired bungalows scattered and hidden among the trees. These all sleep three; have hot-water showers and private porches with rocking chairs and hammocks. The main building houses thriftier options; basic but clean rooms with private or shared bathroom
  • Anamaya Yoga Retreat And Resort
    Anamaya is an eco-friendly, luxury boutique hotel focusing on yoga and health. It has the best views in the Montezuma/Malpais area, with 270 ocean and jungle vistas that are truly awe-inspiring. Just a few minutes from the beach, and located right next to the largest waterfall in the area, Anamaya
  • El Sano Banano
    You'll find this popular hotel right in the heart of town, next to the Super Montezuma. The rooms here are small but cheerful, with yellow walls and colorful Mexican blankets. A continental breakfast is included and there's hot water, air conditioning and WiFi. There isn't a pool but guests ca
  • Guacamaya Lodge
    This Swiss-owned hotel consists of a cluster of cabins, an independent studio and a villa, all settled around the inviting swimming pool in a tropical garden. The path leading to the Lodge is relatively steep and stony and a bit of a killer in the midday sun, but totally worth it for the peace and
  • El Castillo Divertido
    This quaint hilltop hotel has a restaurant with a reputation for good cervezas, delicious food and excellent sunsets, at least in the high season when the restaurant is open. The rooms are clean and comfortable, have hot water and private little balconies. The owner is a musician known for ent

  • Mono Congo Lodge
    The epitome of colonial luxury, the Mono Congo Lodge is set in large grounds frequented by all the variations of local wildlife. All the en-suite bedrooms have showers with hot water and there is even a terrace designed specifically for star-gazing. Rates are slightly pricey, but breakfast is inclu
  • Hotel Playa Negra
    This beachfront hotel is situated right in front of the area's most popular surfing spot, and also provides great views of the sunset. The rooms themselves are individual round thatched bungalows, decorated in traditional indigenous style. With lovely soft mattresses and hot water in every one of t
  • Piko Negro
    This colourfully decorated hostel is close to the beach and offers accommodation with or without AC. All the rooms are cheerful and comfortable and the en-suite bathrooms are clean and bright. Eating out won't be a problem here as the hostel restaurant opposite specializes in pizzas and local
  • Hotel Tatanka
    You'll be glad you stayed here when you're hot and don't feel like dragging yourself all the way to Playa Blanca for a swim. Its big pool is the perfect spot to relax for an afternoon. If you get hungry, there's a wood-fire pizzeria overlooking the pool. An easy walk to Junquillal beach, it's
  • Hotel Iguanazul
    This festive hotel is perched on a bluff overlooking both Playa Junquillal and Playa Blanca. Most of the cheery rooms have air conditioning and ocean views. There is a large pool, and some books and games are available in the lobby for guests. They are fully equipped to organize day trips for