Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby janonet from Australia
Beautiful hotel in beautiful gardensPosted Oct 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
Situated next to the beach at Playa Tambor, this hotel is a wonderful tropical escape. The hotel itself is beautiful designed and set in gorgeous gardens where you can observe an array of wildlife. Close by is Curu National Park for a greater wildlife experience. Prices at the bar and restaurant are very reasonable.
Posted Feb 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
Way over priced, beach in appealing go to montezuma
for Couplesby Meredith from New York, NY
Secluded Tropical Retreat- Perfect for RelaxationPosted Aug 2, 2012
Pros: The peace and quiet, and the beauty of the surroundings
Cons: The food--we had better eating at local spots.
Location: Secluded, quiet, calm, and beautiful fishing village.
This is the perfect place for couples who want to just relax and enjoy nature. My boyfriend and I were really lucky that we were the only people staying there for 4 out of our 5 days, so we had the beach and pool completely to ourselves. The staff are sweet and extremely accommodating, and the beach is serene and beautiful, with clear, warm water. There are no phones or tv's, so you can ensure you're as cut off from the world as possible, although they do have free wi-fi. There are a lot of activities to do in and around Tambor, including zipline canopy tours, horseback riding, trips to the national park and Tortuga Island, and kayaking. A few things I wish I had known before booking in Tambor: -Fly into San Jose airport, NOT Liberia. San Jose has a direct flight to the small airstrip in Tambor that will save you hours in driving. Just check the schedule, as it is limited. -Try not to go anywhere that involves driving for a prolonged distance on Route 160. This is one of the worst roads in all of Costa Rica. If you need to use it, try taking the ferry in Paquera instead, which goes to Puntarenas. It's only $24 and it saves about 2 hours if you're driving to Liberia or San Jose. -When you rent a car, make sure it's a 4x4 with 4-wheel drive. Luckily Budget was good enough to make sure we did this instead of the original compact car I had requested. Even some of the paved roads are a bit bumpy, hilly, and winding.
for Everyoneby lorne from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
slice of heavanPosted Jan 31, 2012
Pros: pool was ten steps from your frt. porch.
Cons: poor bedside reading light.
Location: steps to a quiet sandy beach,nice landscaping
peacefull retreat,just the place to recharge your battery. pleasant staff,good food,made for a real treat.