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Over Arenal Springs
Arenal Springs heeft een zwembad met natuurlijke warmwaterbronnen en een "swim up" bar. Het hotel heeft een prachtig goed onderhouden tuin. Na een ontdekkingstocht in de omgeving kunt u in de Spa genieten van ontspannen behandelingen. Alle kamers bevinden zich, per twee, in kleine villa's. In elke kamer is een kleine koelkast, met water, cola en bier, aanwezig. Deze eerste drankjes zijn inclusief!
- rust en natuur
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Airco, televisie, telefoon, koelkastje, koffiezet faciliteiten, föhn, badkamer en terras.
Op 6 kilometer afstand van La Fortuna de San Carlos, met uitzicht op de vulkaan Arenal.
- 3 Restaurants
- 2 Zwembaden, waarvan 1 voor kinderen
- Rivierzwembad van warmwaterbronnen
- Parkeergelegenheid bij de kamer
• Excursiemogelijkheden zoals wandelen en of paardrijden in de omgeving.
Wanneer u de indrukwekkende Arenal vulkaan wilt bezoeken, dan kunt u dit het best doen vanuit het dorp La Fortuna. Wanneer u in het dorp bent, ziet u de vulkaan met de perfecte kegelvorm al liggen. Eenmaal aangekomen in het nationaal park kunt u heerlijk relaxen in de warmwaterbronnen en de natuurlijke thermale baden.
"Beautiful property and scenery"
Our bungalow was so nice! Very clean, spacious, and comfortable. The staff was extremely helpful and big-hearted. Fabulous view from the patio and the stars at night were remarkable! Nice mix of hot springs and cool pool water. Wonderful tin roof for the evening rain.
"Nice, secure, yet very planned layout."
We enjoyed the location and cleanliness of our bungalow. The coolest feature was the sound of the rain in the bathroom and on the roof, very soothing. The volcano Arenal was right outside the front door and the dome seamed cloud free most every morning around 6. The springs were not very impressive but were warm. For the price I was ok with this location, just outside of the town.
"amazing place to rest and relax"
This place is Amaziiiinggg!!! We stayed 4 days and I wish we would of stayed longer. The spa is increadiable! the hot springs were great around 6 pools, best sushi I've ever had! The breakfast is complamentary and it is a buffet with lots of fresh fruit and delicious Costarican food.
"Beautiful scenary, great service and food"
The layout of the hotel is relaxing, spacious and beautiful - the volcano is just in front of your front porch every time you step out. The hot spring pools are welcome amenities to relax in - rain or shine. The service is great and so is food (had both breakfast and dinner at the restaurant). The room came with some free drinks - a very nice touch at this warm weather, especially as one just arrives. The only thing that we like better is the WiFi strength - very intermittent and not usable in the room until well after midnight (when I happened to wake up at 4am and used it very smoothly).
"Amazing view of the volcano in a great hotel!"
Overall, we loved this hotel! The rooms are each half of a "duplex", and there are around 50 of these little buildings lined along streets on the property (it felt like a mini suburb). The bathroom showers are open to the elements which was very cool when it rained. Water pressure wasn't so good. We needed an extra bed in our room which they brought for us - it was an actual bed on the floor, not a cot. Fortunately, our room was close to the main area, but some were a longer walk away. There are golf carts that come around frequently if you need a ride, or you can call for one. For 2 of the days, we had neighbors that woke very early and we could hear them even when they were talking at a normal level. The walls are too thin, and we did ask to move but didn't knowing they would be checking out the next day (and our alternative room would be further away). The view of the volcano from our room was AMAZING. We felt like we were literally at the base, looking directly at it. Incredible! The hot spring pools were wonderful - there are several of them of varying temperatures. We were there in the low season so it was not too busy, but when it's tourist season, I could see some of the pools being too small. The towel service was very hit or miss - if it was open, the guy working it was rarely there so you had to keep your wet towels until he showed up. It would have been nice to just let us exchange our towels without needing a staff member to do it. The restaurant was excellent for the free breakfast - a buffet with tons of choices, including made-to-order omelets, waffles and even homemade tortillas. For dinner, the restaurant was very expensive, service was slow, and food was mediocre. Unfortunately, the Italian restaurant was being renovated while we were there so our choices were very limited. Also, not having a car meant we were "stuck" unless we wanted to pay $24 rt for a taxi, which would negate the savings for eating elsewhere. We did discover that eating at the sushi bar was a great alternative. Same menu as the restaurant (not just sushi), but much quicker service and our kids could swim while we waited for the food - plus they loved eating their dinner while sitting on the underwater stools! Our keys deactivated twice - they were not close to our phones or credit cards so no idea why this kept happening. It was a bit of a pain to have to walk back to the lobby in the rain, twice, to deal with this. Speaking of rain, they do provide umbrellas, and sitting in the hot springs in a downpour is a great experience! Finally, after our stay, 4 out of 5 of my family all got ear infections - which my kids NEVER get. The pools did seem very clean (except for one time when some animal left droppings in the water of a couple pools - not the hotel's fault, of course) and not sure if there's chlorine in them or not. Pack medicine if your prone to ear infections! We had to go to a pharmacy while in our next location.
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