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“Hotel Coco Palms = A+”
Hotel Coco Palms was an absolutely amazing last stop on my Costa Rican vacation. The room itself was very reasonably priced. It was a small room with a simple double bed and a giant whimsical parrot painting that adorned the walls and was the subject of many photoshoots. The best part was the amazing little patio that overlooked the pool and had a view of the ocean. The hotel was quiet, close to all shops, restaurants, and the playa. We bought beer and sat by the amazing, clean, blue pool with a fountain and lounged in the sun all day, walked to awesome bars and restaurants that night, and woke up to a complimentary desayuno tipico in the morning (that was the only thing slightly not up to what I expected... not the most amazing breakfast I had in Costa Rica, but it was free!) I would of loved to try something from the sushi bar and the cocktails looked amazing. If I ever go back to the Rich Coast, I will be sure to stay here again!
“i highly reccomend this hotel.”
good food, helpful staff, friendly owner, not as close to the beach as I wanted, but I would stay here again. Felt very safe.
Next to beach, downtown Coco. What more do you need when you have friendly staff and good food.
“living pura vida”
When we arrived it started to pour and our room was more for a single person so we asked Marsella at the reception desk if she could give us something better and she showed us another room which was just right for us. The room, hallways, restaurant, pool area was always clean. They also have free international calls back to the U.S. and Canada and free internet access which comes in handy. It is located down the block from the beach and is a good base point for other beaches. The restaurants, souvenir shops, bar/club/lounge,casino's,tour offers,are all walking distance away.It is only about a 30-minute shuttle/cab ride from the airport.They give you free breakfast in the morning and have some good sushi at night for dinner.Overall the hotel works since the majority of the day you are outside experiencing the country you are visiting.
“Nice little place”
We really enjoyed our stay. We have been to Costa Rica and Playa Coco many times, but this is the first time we have actually stayed in Coco. The hotel is older and small, but the food was very good and the staff very friendly. The bar only has 3 stools which means you are going to get to meet people. We only stayed 2 nights, but we will stay longer next time. The hotel is a perfect base for exploring this region. Do not expect a mega resort and just flow --Pura Vida.
“Close to the Beach and Bars”
Well this Hotel is nice, comfortable, and clean.. is close to the beach and bars.. night life in playa del coco is great, even tho we didn't knew about dry law for eastern (means u cant buy alcohol for 2 days) they warn us, and we bought beers and guaro cacique in the market they have.. and kept it in the mini fridge inside our room.. the funny part is that you cant buy alcohol for those days, but if you bought it before, you can drink it any place u want, on the streets, on the beach, anywhere, even in front of the police.. as long as you don't drink in the restaurants and bars.. The 2 guys at the restaurant were very nice, they suggest places to go and party.. and one of them even made us a chiliguaro (alcohol with tabasco and lemon) with our own bottle that we bought at the market, we didn't have to pay extra.. The food service is kinda slow, you have to be patient or remind the waiters for what you order.. the breakfast is included, but is the typical Costa Rican eggs and Gallo Pinto, instead you can have pancakes with no extra charge, or use it as a 5 dollar coupon, most breakfast cost over 10 dollars..or 5,000 colones.
“An Oasis at the Coco Palms”
Very enjoyable accomodations. The included breakfast was a real plus, and was quite good. Other meal options were varied and well prepared. The pool and deck area was very pleasant, as was the covered dining and seating areas. Access to internet was truly valuable, and the free international calling was very helpful. All the staff were courteous and helpful. Met the owner, who turns out to be a former near neighbor of our in California. He has truly put a lot of effort into upgrading the facility. Its proximity to both the beach and the "main drag" was great. And yet, each night it was quiet at a decent hour. And if you like to wake to the sound of a crowing rooster, don't bother to set your alarm, because they greet the dawn everyday!
“Coco Palms was a pleasure”
Hotel has a great location. Easy to walk to everything in town. Staff is extremely helpful and friendly. I've never stayed at a hotel with such a personal touch. Hotel had some of the best food in town. Caught fish and the hotel prepared them for us 3 different ways. It was wonderful.
Good over all ....the only thing that was unpleasant was the reseptionist chugging on cigarets by the front dest you could smell it in my room all the way down the hall.
“coco beach hotel”
for a third world country this was a three. food was very expensive, like 2 shrimp dinners nothing special no drinks was 82 american dollars. most expensive I ever had in latin america. not that good either,small shrimp. location was off beach, no view.