A small jewel in Manuel Antonio
Posted Nov 3, 2016
This is a lovely small hotel with a tremendous attention to detail that's usually found at properties 3x the price.
The first floor is an art gallery worth spending some time in. There are original painting, sculptures, indigenous artwork and ceramics; all well priced.
The public spaces are lovely. There are two beautiful pools that face a jungle garden and a jacuzzi (although not heated) where you can watch the various birds, (we saw 2 macaws) and plenty of monkeys swinging about.
There's an exceptional restaurant next door, (try any homemade pasta dish): they will provide drinks around the pool as well as room service.
The suite we had was stunning, immaculate and spacious. The furnishing were more like an elegant home, with touches such as linen curtains, art glass lamps and gorgeous ceramics. We did have to ask for a hair dryer at the front desk but the entire staff, especially Jonathan were very helpful. The room also had a microwave, silverware, dishes, glasses and a refrigerator.
We look forward to visiting again.
Room Tip: one of the suites that are on the lowe