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Arenas del Mar is het enige luxe hotel in de omgeving met directe toegang tot 2 mooie stranden. Er zijn tevens 2 zwembaden; genoeg keuze voor die verfrissende duik!

Arenas del Mar Beach & Nature Resort

Modern resort hotel. Een weloverwogen combinatie van comfort in een natuur die alle luxe overstijgt.

Vanaf € 168,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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Arenas del Mar Beach & Nature Resort
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Arenas del Mar Beach & Nature Resort
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De omgeving van Manuel Antonio wordt vaak geassocieerd met rustieke hotels waar natuurliefhebbers met de backpack doorheen reizen. Het is ook wel eens gewoon fijn om in een comfortabel hotel neer te strijken met alles erop en eraan. Inspirerende uitzichten vanuit de kamer over de Stille Oceaan of het groene regenwoud, het lichaam voelt als herboren na een bezoek aan de spa, de inwendige mens doet zich goed aan verrukkelijke maaltijden. Hier ‘mag’ luxe even, al was het maar voor dat ene tukje op het lieflijke privé-strand...

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Arenas del Mar is het enige luxe hotel in de omgeving met directe toegang tot 2 mooie stranden. Er zijn tevens 2 zwembaden; genoeg keuze voor die verfrissende duik!

Arenas del Mar Beach & Nature Resort
Manuel Antonio National Park
v.a. € 168 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Superior Garden
Airco, plafondventilator, WiFi, LCD-televisie, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffiezetfaciliteiten en badkamer met douche en föhn.

Superior Ocean Breeze
Zoals Superior Garden, ruimer, met terras.

Superior Ocean View
Zoals Superior Garden, met DVD-speler en terras met zeezicht.


Direct aan het strand gelegen, dichtbij het Manuel Antonio National Park.

Aantal kamers



  • 2 Restaurants
  • Bar
  • 2 Zwembaden
  • Spa
  • Kiosk


  • Diverse excursiemogelijkheden

Het Manuel Antonio National Park is een van de meest veelzijdige parken van Costa Rica. Onderweg komt u verschillende restaurants en bars tegen, waar u gezellig wat kunt eten voor of na het bezoek aan het park. Via het zilvergrijze strand Playa Espadilla bereikt u het park. Eenmaal binnen kunt u verschillende tochten door het park lopen, variërend van steil tot vlak. Een van de wandelingen die wij liepen is die naar het schiereiland Punta Cathedral, en deze tocht is zeer aan te raden! Tijdens de wandeling komt u zeldzame dieren tegen, zoals het doodskopaapje en de luiaard. Naast wandelen kunt u in Manuel Antonio National Park ook wildwatervaren en paardrijden, en tijdens een boottocht ziet u wellicht wel dolfijnen! Neemt u ook vooral uw snorkel mee, want vlakbij het park ligt ook een prachtig koraalrif!

"Relax by the beach"

The hotel benefits from a great location with its own private beach and just a short walk from the much larger, beautiful and not particularly crowded public beach. When I say walk, you do not actually need to walk - a golf buggy will take you everywhere on the grounds of the hotel. The buildings do not look like much at first sight (or rather they look like early 90's hotel buildings - architecture wise) but they melt very well into the background and everything is clean and modern inside. The rooms are comfortable with huge bathrooms. Lunch is served in the beach bar and it is a really enjoyable experience. We chose relatively light options from the menu (the spicy tuna wrap was a favourite). Dinner is served in the main restaurant near the reception area. The starters are very nice, in particular the ceviche and the sopa negra. I struggled a bit to find truly enjoyable mains (the costa rican seafood delight was quite nice though) and most of the times took the ceviche as as main. The staff is very friendly but the dinner service is really slow - the home made bread served while you wait helps a bit and an aperitif drink might be recommended too if you are of the impatient kind like me. Few tips : - you can borrow bodyboards at the private beach - do close your French windows and your minibar as instructed at arrival and do not leave any food outside. Monkeys will come to check if there is anything sweet to be grabbed ! - the (free) tortilla making activity is good fun and the enthusiastic guide will also show you animals on the way (we saw a sloth, toucans and a basilisk lizard). - both beaches are great but only from the public one you can see the sunset in the Pacific

"Best resort we have stayed at"

The staff at this resort goes beyond to make you feel special. The views from our room were spectacular. Sitting on our balcony watching monkeys and sloths really added to the experience. Ate all of our meals at the resort. The meals were always delicious. We had a hard time leaving this paradise. Counting the days until we can return.

"Costa Rica Momma Trip"

This is our third trip to this resort. The staff and service continue to impress us. The accommodations are excellent, with a semi private beach, two restaurants, two pools, beautiful views of both the Pacific Ocean and the adjoining rain forest. The food has been excellent plus the resort will arrange reservations and transportation to many of the local restaurants. Also, any number of excursions can be planed and arranged right here from the resort. This is our third trip to this resort in the last four years and is our favorite destination.

"Paradise Found"

This 36 room resort is just about perfect. The simple welcome area is not impressive, but the best is yet to come. At the registration area, one of the managers, Ariel, assured us that he would personally take care of our every concern. And he did, including reservations on and off the property. This resort is adjacent to Manuel Antonio National Park, the smallest and busiest of all of Costa Rica's national parks. The lush, hilly terrain supports flora and fauna of all sorts. The animals don't know where the park stops and the resort starts, so sloths, iguanas, wild chickens, ground chickens (we heard them but didn't see them), birds and white faced monkeys roam everywhere. The golf cart drivers transporting us up and down the property would stop to point out animals. The rooms are in clusters of buildings, three stories tall. Our room had a tropical decor bedroom with a huge tiled shower. We had a balcony with a glass topped table and 2 comfy chairs, a wet bar, a locked cabinet with a refrigerator stocked with wine and beer and a variety of Costa Rican snacks, all complimentary. We were warned to keep the cabinet locked or the white faced monkeys would drink the beer and eat the snacks. Sure enough, late in the afternoon, 3 of them showed up in the nearby trees, and when we returned to our room, the water was on full force in the wet bar. The next morning, it was on again. Monkeys get thirsty. The winding cart paths and dense rainforest hide worker housing and behind the scenes work like the laundry, water treatment, recycling, solar array, furniture workshop and composting. This resort is dedicated to being GREEN. No plastic water bottles here. Guests are provided with stainless steel bottles. In fact, there are 3 free tours for guests, and 1 of them is behind the scenes working the green philosophy. This is time well spent. Another free tour on property is making tortillas with Mama Ellie. Don't miss this. Breakfasts were top notch. House made granola and breads. Dinners at the restaurant were also wonderful. Fruit smoothies were refreshing and tasty. White sangria had to be chewed for all the passion fruit. Just delicious. Straws are made of bamboo. The resort has 2 restaurants and 2 pools. Breakfast and dinner are served up top, lunch down below. The beach is kept combed and wooden lounge chairs as well as tables and chairs are plentiful in the sun and in the shade. There is lots of shade at this sandy beach. There were only a few families with children, but this would be a great family vacation resort.

"The finest botique hotel we've visited in Costa Rica"

Stayed at Arenas Del Mar in mid-December for 4 nights, and this is one fine hotel. We splurged and stayed in an ocean front suite, 3rd floor, building 7 next to the upper pool. While some folks may want to be a little further way from the main building and pool, we found it extremely convenient and quiet enough for our tastes. As has been mentioned, this is not an inexpensive lodging; but having said this, our accommodations were worth every penny. The view of the Pacific and Manuel Antonio NP is spectacular. The suite has everything you want in an upscale lodging, the food was at a fine dining level and not overpriced considering the quality. Breakfast around the pool was perfect, and the fruit served to begin the meal was of the finest quality. It's a hilly property folks, but if you don't want the exercise ask for a golf cart ride to your destination. Two outstanding beaches, two pools and an incredible number of birds and wildlife are right on the property. Resident naturalist guide Valerie knows her stuff, and is absolutely delightful to spend time with. We first met her at Lapa Rios (outstanding eco lodge) on the Osa Peninsula in 2014, and what a surprise to find her again at Arenas Del Mar. We did birding with her both on and off the property. I should also mention how well maintained our suite was during our stay. Without exaggeration the staff spent over an hour each day cleaning it. I honestly couldn't find anything to complain about for the entire stay. Bravo, five stars

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