A little paradise!

By | July 25, 2019

This area is a gem! Situated in a charming neighborhood, little rooms, and lovely staff. The common areas constitute a tiny urban jungle that’s simply remarkable. Opening a bottle of wine in the conclusion of the afternoon, sitting from the trees, was magic. It also houses the fantastic 11.47 restaurant that’s well, well worth a dinner.

We wanted to stay somewhere a little different while we were at San Jose — somewhere that’d make a unique character and decent food. We discovered it! Our room was quiet and comfortable. Along with the garden in the middle of this resort is rustic and sweet. I awakened in the afternoon and drank my first cup of coffee throughout the day in this region in total peace.

We had been at four distinct hotels during our period in Costa Rica, and not one of these served breakfasts, which was even near the caliber of the breakfast served in Hotel Aranjuez. There was something for all — there was a good deal of it. The breakfast area has been beautiful, with trees and a beautiful view. Staff is amazing – they provide you with excellent recommendations like the snuba cozumel mexico tour we want to take soon!

Lovely ambiance with lovelier staff. Rooms were comfy.

This is a fantastic little hotel. It’s quite clean and comfy with plenty of small areas with comfy chairs to relax. Breakfast was delicious and plentiful and can be eaten in the garden or inside.

The place is excellent, fundamental, and feels very secure. Staff is amiable and helpful. They just offer breakfast; however, their second door restaurant gets got the most excellent meals. A few of the best food I’ve eaten in ten decades of traveling around South and Central America. I had the tiny double room that was a really comfy size just the shower area was little.

It is just like a tiny warren; it has three homes joined together by halls. The team was, and the breakfast was, also. A lot of little nooks to unwind in. There’s a fantastic restaurant next door, or really is a portion of the resort so that you may take a hallway right into the dining room.