Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Great experience!Posted Apr 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
La Anita was not what we expected but we loved it. It's a little like going away to camp. The cabins are gorgeous and so clean but be warned...they have screens rather than windows. Sleeping was a challenge at times due to the noise. The hammock on the porch was amazing as was the food and the hosts.
for Couplesby anza22
Quiet, bucolic getawayPosted Mar 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed 2 nights in this beautiful, bucolic setting. We didn't have a rental car (as most other patrons do) but called ahead and they gave very nice detailed instructions re how to get there by bus. One of the owners was there to pick us up when the bus dropped us off as well (would've been a few km walk!). The owners are super friendly and make extra efforts to get to know the guests and accommodate as much as possible. The room was great, very clean. There are great trails around for hikers including Rincon de la Vieja. The only downside was you have to eat all meals on premises because there is no kitchen for customer use, restaurant, grocery stores nearby. The meals are buffet and are a bit overpriced for the quality. They packed a lunch for us when we hiked the volcano and it was a bit small for the strenous nature of the hike. Had I not brought some of my own snacks (which I bought in Liberia), I would've had a hard time on that hike!
for Couplesby Don
absolutely stunning location in naturePosted Mar 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Getaway With Friendsby Tom / kitHAUS
Secluded perfectionPosted Feb 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
Amazing property in isolated location. Owners attention to detail and laid back charm infectious. After two nights we felt like we were visiting old friends. Pablo and Anna are the real deal, from thoughtfully prepared meals, fresh flowers in the thoughtfully designed cabins, rich local coffee, to arranging guided tours of pristine rain forests, geo thermal rivers of blue water, and experiencing the jungle far from the zip lines and tourist buses. This part of Rincon La Vieja is not that easy to reach, but once you've arrived, you will know why you came to Costa Rica to begin with.
for Couplesby webb barry manilow
rainforest getawayPosted Feb 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Pablo & Anna were the best hosts even though Pablo beat me @ Bochie ball hes good.QUIET PEACEFULL or if want they well arrange for local adventures.Beautiful spot to relax, plan on going back soon.
for Getaway With Friendsby Melanie
Posted May 12, 2012 on Hotels.com
Lovely family-owned ranch. Amazing grounds, gardens and landscapes. Beautiful view of Rincon de la Vieja and Maravielles Volcanoes. Eco-lodge cabin has all the comforts of home mixed with the sounds of nature (birds and other animals frolicking in the rainforest directly behind the cabin). Owners were extremely helpful and went beyond our expectations (even waiting up for us until we got back safely). They made tour and travel arrangements with local reputable family businesses and showed us hotspots that only locals know. 15km drive along a bumpy road (takes about 45mins) is well worth it. Great food grown on-site...ask for their chocolate cake with white chocolate icing...mmm!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
La Anita Rainforest HotelPosted Mar 22, 2012 on Hotels.com
Heart of Palm cooking class and tasting was superb. I wish hotel had some king of "manual" for emergency cases. I was travelling with Diabetic child and had no idea how far/close was hospital etc.
for Everyoneby Brian from Minnesota, USA
Costa Rica At its best!Posted Mar 5, 2012
Pros: Clean!friendly and authentic!
Location: You are in the middle of the forest and the views are stunning!
We had a wonderful time. Poblo and family are fantastic hosts. This is not a hotel experience. It is like family. You will learn a fantastic amount about Costa Rica and about all of Central America. Their farm is amazing, the food great and the setting well worth the drive. If you really want to feel Costa Rica, this is the place!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great fun!Posted Feb 19, 2012
Although you can reach the lodge by public transportation (bus), a 4x4 is needed for visiting the National Park. Some roads are very rough. The owners Pablo and Ana are very helpful in organizing excursions.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
The Heart and Soul of Costa RicaPosted Jan 29, 2012
This place is absolutely a delight! The hosts, Ana and Pablo are so warm and friendly, and were totally dedicated to making our stay comfortable, and fun. The food was homemade, and outstanding. The bungalows are clean, simple, beautiful, and very comfortable. Loved lounging in the hammock on the front porch. When you stay at La Anita - you are staying at a Rain Forest Farm. It is lush and full of life, and very serene and peaceful. We can't wait to go back some day!