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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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Our favorite

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!

Hotelnaam:
Arenas del Mar Beach & Nature Resort
Plaats/regio:
Manuel Antonio National Park
Code:
H16619
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 168 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

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.

Ligging

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

Aantal kamers

38

Faciliteiten

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

Activiteiten

  • 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!

"PERFECT FROM THE FIRST MINUTE TO THE LAST"

   17-01-2017
Preface: This is long and intended for those who are looking for details so they can make an informed decision. The only problem with this place is that once you leave you won't be able to stop thinking about the next time you'll be back! Never having been to Arenas del Mar I wasn't sure what to expect. I've stayed at plenty resorts that were rated a "five star" yet barely made a "three star" on my list after my experience. NOT the case with Arenas del Mar! Truly a five-star experience in every way. We took a taxi from SJO to the resort. The ride was long but pleasant and comfortable with bottled water provided and plenty of A/C if you wanted it. When we arrived at the road to enter the property, the van winded down a decline the likes of some roller coasters I've been on. Clearly this place wasn't going to be a commercialized, too-close-to-the-highway kind of place, which I welcomed. As it turned out, we arrived somewhere that felt like a private, tropical Fantasy Island kind of place. The taxi dropped us at the main entry and we were escorted by golf cart the rest of the way. We were greeted by Christian and Freddy, who had our welcome drink ready for us (a non-alcoholic pineapple, mint and coconut cream mix) as we walked up the reception entry stairway -- an excellent way of letting you know that you have now entered the tropics! The check-in was handled at that same area, outside at a desk with the receptionist. The attention to detail was perfect. We went over all of the information for our stay, including the plans for departure as well as the return flight from Quepos to SJO that Arenas del Mar had previously handled for us. After this, it was off to our room, which was nothing short of first-class accommodations. From the living area, to the mini tico refrigerator with a variety of local snacks and treats, to the bathroom cleanliness to the bedroom and top-notch bedding, (that would cost you more than $1,000.00 to purchase on the market....I checked) to the deck overlooking the beach, everything was perfect. Most of our time was spent at the resort. With the five-star restaurants, to the crystal clear swimming pools, the private beach and the warm ocean water, you don't need to ever leave Arenas del Mar to feel like you've lived. But, if you're looking for a taste of local Costa Rican city culture, the town of Quepos is just a five minute cab ride away. Still, I'd say ninety percent of our time was spent on the property of Arenas del Mar because it just doesn't get much better than this. We ate ALL of our meals on premises and the variety of excellent foods and daily specials could keep one eating there for weeks on end without ever getting bored. And with the spectacular views of the ocean from the upper restaurant, and the tables on the beach under the palm trees for lunch, there isn't much reason to leave. As for the staff, I took names of everyone I was impressed with. My intent was to list the names of those who deserved recognition for outstanding service. The problem with my plan was that EVERYONE we encountered made it onto the list! So while I could name names, let me say this: You will not be disappointed! I know that in the United States there is always a large turnover in the hospitality industry. I'm going to assume it is the same worldwide, so there is a chance I could list the names of all the people and some may not be there when you go looking for them. However, I happened to be there during a few days when the owner was there. Our paths crossed a couple times and we had a nice chat about the hiring practices and the quality service. After talking with him, I am confident that Arenas del Mar will only be hiring top-notch staff no matter who comes or goes. We took a couple tours while we were there. We did what they call their "Sustainability" tour as well as the "Tortilla Making" tour. Both were free, the tour guides were friendly and informative and both tours were well worth the time spent. I was informed by a friend that I'd see just as much interesting wildlife on the premises as I would if I took an off-site tour so I didn't do a tour of the rain forest. As it turned out, I was NOT disappointed. You will see plenty animals on the premises to keep you occupied for your entire visit. Remember that you are literally on the edge of a rain forest. You will hear and see different types of monkeys every day, more iguanas than you can comprehend, birds you have never seen and sloths are plenty if you know where to look. I was lazy and told one of the bellboys to come find me if he saw a sloth and I'd tip him to bring me to see it so I could get photos. Once I tipped him, he found me four more times and I was able to get some excellent photos. (By the way, bring a good camera if you have one. Your cell phone won't get you close enough for real awesome photos for all the different species, such as that of the bird variety, or if the sloths are high in the trees). Keep your doors closed even when inside your place. When we arrived, a racoon wanted to walk in behind us, and one time we were in the living room when a monkey ran in, jumped up on on the sink counter, stole the sugar packets, and ran out. If you are gone and the animals get in, there is no telling what they will go through. Here are a couple side notes for those interested: If you're a lifter who likes to work out with real weights, look no further than Mucho Musculos Gimnasio in Quepos. A short cab ride away, or a winding walk up and down hills (plan 30 minutes) and you are there. This gym is NOT a gym for someone who needs to have the shiniest and newest equipment. This is a gym that has the old iron plates and bars and non-fancy basic machines where you can get all your workout needs met and it IS a gym for a serious workout. Plan to sweat because the A/C is unpredictable. One day it was on in the back room, one day the front room, one day both, and one day not at all with the doors open. If you're more of the "workout with a lot of makeup and cologne" type of person, there is a weight room in a hotel nearby (I forget the name because I didn't have to use it, but Arenas del Mar can tell you). We also did a free yoga class at Arenas del Mar and that was instructive and fun. You'll also get plenty of exercise playing in the ocean, or just walking or running the extremely steep, but paved, hills on the premises of the resort. If you're looking for a nice coffee cafe you can find the best in the area at Cafe Milagro just a short distance down the main road, on your way from Arenas del Mar into the town of Quepos. Your room is also stocked with coffee from this same cafe. I am a coffee junkie and it's the best coffee I can remember ever having. If you're worried that your Spanish speaking isn't up to par -- don't. If you want to brush up on your Spanish and exercise your proficiency this is a perfect time if you'd like to, since everyone seems to be proficient in Spanish. On the other hand, everyone on the premises of Arenas del Mar, including the taxi drivers to and from town or to and from the airport, will be able to understand your English, and you will be able to understand theirs. The hands-on housekeeping staff is probably the least proficient with English but it isn't a problem. There was only one time we couldn't communicate clearly with a very specific request, and within just a few minutes after the conversation, I was greeted by a supervisor who was very fluent in English, to make sure we got what we needed. So, the verdict is that this is truly a first-class experience all the way around. If you have a chance to go -- do it! Stay as long as you can because you will start to miss it as soon as you board the plane to go home!

"A Pleasure.."

   17-01-2017
Arenas del Mar is the kind of resort that when you leave, you truly feel sad. After spending 3 excessively rainy days in Arenal, we were greeted by gorgeous sunshine in Manuel Antonio for our 5 days. Our room 703A was beautiful. The staff at Arenas cater to its guests beyond compare, and their Costa Rican hospitality is an incredible pleasure. They knew our names; they remembered how we liked our coffee; their drivers truly cared how we spent our day and always stopped when they spotted a new animal on property We simply love Arenas del Mar!

"Beautiful spot"

   15-01-2017
This place has an interesting layout - part of it is right on the beach, while another part ascends up the hillside so that there's a lovely view. But all of it is terrific. Staff are super helpful and friendly. Food is for the most part delicious. Rooms are great. Plus one gets wildlife right there (be sure to lock the glass doors, as the monkeys will come in and swipe food otherwise) - sloth sightings right from the driveway. They offer a variety of tours, and Valerie was a terrific guide. Realize that it's not cheap - but it makes for a wonderful vacation.

"Beautiful sea side resort"

   10-01-2017
Absolutely fabulous! Have been to lots of tropical ocean resorts but this place is tops! Food is incredible. Rooms lovely, only complaint is no bath tub. The people who work her bend over backwards to help you, have actually never experienced anything like it. Cheerful, caring anything to make you have a good time. We arrived during the Steeler's playoff game and they actually brought a tv and mounted it outside so we could watch. Had a great massage and took outside yoga classes with a really terrific yogi.

"Exceptional on every level!"

   10-01-2017
My family and I stayed here for a few nights around the new year and couldn't be more pleased with the stay. The hotel is beautiful and tucked away in the jungle with beautiful ocean views. The staff was exceptional from the beginning, constantly asking to help or if we needed anything, they were so friendly and happy no matter what! We absolutely LOVED all of the food, we got to experience the Costa Rican street night, breakfast on the beach and a really fun dinner with fireworks and local entertainment on the beach on New Years Eve. We didn't get to do outside tours but Manuel Antonio national park is beautiful and for onsite I would highly recommend checking out the eco tour and tortilla making tour they offer (for free!) it shows you a different and interesting side of the hotel and the tortillas made us go out and get a pan to make some ourselves YUM!! Over all loved everything about the hotel and we already can't wait to return! Pura Vida!


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