Thinking of where you should spend the Holidays? If so, then you better consider going to Costa Rica, and we’re here to help you with that. We have handpicked the top 5 exclusive Costa Rica boutique hotels that are not only stylish, but very romantic as well. Keep on reading and choose your ideal boutique hotel below.
1. Studio Boutique Hotel
The Studio Hotel is a boutique hotel located in Santa Ana and it’s near the capital city of Costa Rica. This boutique hotel has 82 rooms that offer beautiful views of the mountains of the Central Valley.
The staff is very hospital, the rooms are quite spacious, restful, and comfortable to sleep to. Though, that’s not all. What makes this boutique hotel really sought after is the fact that it showcases the unique Costa Rican art, and it has more than hundred works of Rafa Fernandez and other renowned artists.
For more information on Studio Boutique Hotel feel free to visit their website here – http://www.costaricastudiohotel.com/
Definitely our top boutique hotel in Costa Rica!
2. Harmony Hotel (Nosara)
At the Harmony Hotel, you’ll be greeted by the Howler Monkeys, as the signal sunrise, while the surfers can enjoy some of the best waves there is on the side of the Pacific. On the other hand, those who don’t enjoy doing a lot of physical activities during their vacation trip can relax in hammocks as they enjoy their favorite smoothies from the juice bar, or appreciate the flowers, palms, and ferns that make this paradise truly beautiful.
Inside the hotel, there’s a healing center and spa, boutique/bookshop, and free WiFi all throughout the building.
The bungalows in this boutique hotel are quite spacious with a 70s style, and there’s a huge deck with rocking chairs as well as outdoor showers. Here, you’ll feel like you’re at home, but the difference is that, you’re also near the beach. These bungalows come in with 26 private patios, making it the ideal choice of honeymooners as well.
Aside from that, the Harmony Hotel also holds daily yoga classes, as well as guided meditation, facial use of plants, massages, and a lot more.
3. El Castillo Hotel (Ojochal)
The El Castillo Hotel is the modern-day adaptation of Spanish Colonial Fort, and is situated on top of a very steep elevation, showcasing marvelous views of the mountains, as well as the bays surrounding the hotel. The very famous El Yunque can be seen from the hotel, while the parts of the castle walls, such as the turret remains– which can be reached by an 85-step staircase.
The El Castillo has more than 20 rooms and offers a very remarkable service, while the best foods are being served in their dining area. Facilities include a nice bar where you can appreciate the magnificent view of the Anvil Baracoa, as well as the Miel River– both have become the symbol of the city, restaurant, and everything you can expect from a boutique hotel in San Jose, Costa Rica.
The standard rooms in this hotel are quite simple and the size isn’t that bad at all. Likewise, it has colonial-style furnishings that are situated around the pool, and most of the rooms have either three or two twin beds. All rooms are air-conditioned, comes with a private bathroom, satellite TV, safe, and telephone.
4. Hotel Cuna del Angel (Dominical)
Hotel Cuna is located near one of the beaches in Costa Rica ad it’s a spa hotel that’s 15 km away from the Marjno Ballena National Park, Punta Uvita, and Arco Beach.
Aside from the full-service spa, this hotel is also smoke free and has a wonderful restaurant, as well as an outdoor pool. Free buffet is provided for breakfast, and there’s also free WiFi in public areas.
The hotel Cuna del Angel has 22 rooms that offer modern conveniences you can think of, such as coffee makers, refrigerators, and eve a free WiFi.
5. Hotel Moana (Mal Pais)
The Moana Lodge is a fairly small hotel known for its unique African motif. During your stay here, you’ll discover plenty of artifacts, dazzling masks, and everything else related to the African culture.
The centerpiece of the property comes with a fully equipped communal kitchen that’s not far away from the free swimming pool.
There you have it. These are just some of the best boutique hotels in Costa Rica. Their motto, “Pura Vida” is there for a good reason. Upon visiting this tropical paradise, you’ll be able to become part of nature and enjoy everything it has to offer.