Set in lovely gardens full of trilling birds, this hotel offers excellent value accommodation and a good range of amenities including its own thermal springs. The impressive Arenal Volcano can be seen on a clear day.
Accommodation is in air-conditioned junior and master suites scattered throughout the grounds. All have a TV, minibar, hot drinks facilities, private bathroom, picture windows and a balcony or terrace. The 2-bed roomed master suites can accommodate up to 4 people and have private Jacuzzi.
You can fill your days with as much activity as you like, from walking along forest trails to exciting canopy tours, visiting the botanical gardens to white water rafting. Back at the hotel you can relax, enjoy a swim in the pool, indulge in a spa treatment, and chill with a yoga session. While here you should make time to visit the hot springs, exclusively reserved for hotel guests. Rich in minerals, a soak in the waters can promote well-being. There are 3 restaurants, one specialising in meat and seafood, an Italian diner and a poolside sushi bar.
Open: Arenal Springs Resort and Spa is open all year.
Location: The Resort is situated just 7 km outside La Fortuna
Rooms: There are 87 suites and 3 master suites with either a king bed or two queens. High ceilings, rustic textures and inviting earth tones, are combined with woodwork, granite counter tops, and the bright colourful artwork of local artists. All the rooms take into account the special needs of disabled people and are wheelchair accessible. Each room has a mini bar, telephone, air conditioning, ceiling fans, hair dryer and safe.
Activities: Relaxing in the resort’s hot tubs or walk in the extensive hotel gardens. There is white-water rafting, zip-lining through the rainforest, hiking the rainforest or a visit to the Caño Negro wildlife reserve to occupy you, as well as Río Celeste or the Venado caves.
Facilities: The resort has three restaurants, a spa, yoga deck, two swimming pools and a swim up bar plus there is an organic vegetable garden. All the rooms, restaurants, pools, hot springs, and common areas have been designed to consider the special needs of disabled people and are wheelchair accessible.
Dining: There are three restaurants offering varied fare from local to a casual Italian
Children: Children under 5 stay free. Children 5 – 11 pay a reduced rate. Children 12 and over pay full rate.
Health: Other than the province of Limon, Costa Rica has low to no risk of malaria.
Communication: There is free WiFi in all rooms and in the main areas. All rooms have telephones.
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