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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.

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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!


We had a wonderful stay at Arenas Del Mar. It is a beautiful hotel with beautiful grounds. The staff at the hotel is incredible and everyone was there to help in any way possible. The restaurant down the hill was amazing. We had breakfast and dinner at the restaurant and both were excellent. The staff at the restaurant couldn't be more helpful. They accommodated us with opening the restaurant an hour early so that we will not leave without eating, we appreciate and thank everyone at the restaurant very much. Also whatever special needs that we asked for at the restaurant were met without hesitating. We enjoyed our meals very very much. Thank you all very much.

"Once In a Lifetime ...La Pura Vida"

This is a very special place and we would unequivocally recommend it to any Eco traveler that still desires luxurious relaxation. This review starts with a direct evaluation of the hotel and then ends with a frank opinion on the pros & cons of "green season" travel to Manuel Antonio. We (family of 4 with a 6 & 9 year old) arrived at the welcome hut in our rental car (ultimately deemed as unnecessary.). We had some cool water and an initial orientation by Freddy. A golf cart arrived shortly to whisk us away to the hotel reception area near the front pool. While we checked in we enjoyed a refreshing and unique and icy refreshment. We walked past the main pool to our room (we had splurged for the top level ocean view room / suite.). David delivered our luggage and offered to separate the fold out couch so each of our kids could have their own twin. We accepted! We made a reservation for dinner at Playitas (which was recommended and the only restaurant available our entire stay since the main restaurant near our room was closed for refurbishment the entire time .). Would have been nice to know this although we would have gone regardless. Our room was spectacular with an amazing view & cool Tico Bar (beers , juices & snacks.). The balcony jacuzzi was a huge hit! You fill it with fresh water yourself with each use more like a large bathtub with jacuzzi jets. Again especially nice with the frequent rains of the "green season" (again see below.) On to the food - We ate every meal here for 5 days and had no disappointment. Beautiful fruit tray with each breakfast & fresh bread at dinner. Interesting cocktails that allowed for daily diversity & a decent wine menu featuring primarily Argentina. Kids were likewise happy. Fresh blended juices were popular. The service was outstanding: Luis (both) & Nelson & Valeria were memorable for our entire family and made our time with them feel like we were guests in their home. While we loved our outing to Manuel Antonio - we truly saw more wildlife at the hotel - nesting baby turtles, all 3 monkeys ( howler, titi & white faced), boa, agouti, lizards etc.- Each day an adventure in life. Freddy arranged a spectacular day of zip lining. On our sunniest day we enjoyed private chairs & boogie boarding on the main beach (just down from the welcome area via golf cart on the beach that is walkable to Manuel Antonio). This was great since the more private beach near Playitas restaurant had red flag conditions most days (made up for by a lovely pool with ocean views .) Recommend asking Freddy or the welcome desk for a guide to the Manuel Antonio park as well as a ride from the resort van. Much easier plan. Engage your international cell service to call them for a pick up. We had a special circumstance with our 6 year old who needed medical care urgently - A doctor arrived within 30 minutes of my visit to the always present reception team. She treated him right away and by the next day he was on the path to health. We were sad to leave - very sad indeed & Dylan capably lugged our bags back to the golf cart & welcome hut. Truly it was the amazing & once in a lifetime experience of which we had dreamed. So -- going to Manuel Antonio in October : Pros - Many times we felt like it was our own private tour. We had nobody else with us at zip lining - it was a Private experience for our family. Several dinners were just for us & 1 or 2 other families. We had our choice of chairs at the pool etc etc. and we had 2.5 of 5 days with solid sunshine. Cons - It rains. A Lot. Like really a lot. And when it rains it's tough to do much other than sit on your balcony with your jacuzzi at full steam and a nice beer. If that doesn't bother you then no worries. If having one or two of your zip lines going in a full rain- then think about it. For us it was a fine trade off. But others maybe should be aware of the duration & intensity of rain this time of year. Final note - this resort "chain" has exceptional treatment of their teammates which translates to exceptional service to their guests. I will leave it at that but would challenge many hospitality corporations to treat their valued teammates like this.

"Most Relaxing Place Ever"

I stayed at Arenas del Mar over a week ago and I've never walked away from a vacation feeling so relaxed. Within minutes of our arrival, a helpful crew member pointed out a toucan and a sloth, and we were greeted with a super clean and large room with the most beautiful view of the ocean I've ever seen. Werner, Jose, Ariel, and all the staff were so helpful and pleasant during our stay. The hotel is perfectly situated, just a short walk down a gorgeous beach to reach Manuel Antonio and loads of restaurants and shops - although the restaurant at the hotel was amazing. This was hands down the most pleasurable hotel I've ever stayed in - can't recommend it enough!


This was our first trip to Costa Rica so this review is not based upon a comparison of other vacations to Costa Rica. However, Arenas del Mar is an incredible resort. The accommodations were nice. We stayed in a basic room since we don't spend much time in our room when on vacation. The cove on which the resort is built is nice. The waves into shore are continuous about every 4 seconds. I thought it might bother me but you don't even notice it. It's white noise that rocks you to sleep. The thing that was most impressive after the vistas, is the staff. There are so many people to rave over but Christian was the first one we met and we saw him regularly throughout our stay. He was simply the best. Everyone was nice, helpful, friendly, and catered to your every wish. There seemed nothing they'd say "no" to. The area is incredibly packed with resorts, hotels, and restaurants. I can't imagine how crowded it is in peak season. But even so, you would never know it from this resort. It is secluded, on a private beach, and about a mile walk down the beach to Manual Antonio park. You won't be disappointed!!!

"Hidden Gem"

Our second visit to the property and would happily return again. This is a relatively small, simple hotel, set amongst natural foliage. The view from hotel down the beach towards Manuel Antonio is gorgeous. This hotel practices sustainable hospitality and is very green friendly and they are very proud of that. (Member of the Cayuga Collection). They also work with a local school and accept donations of school & craft supplies - it is mentioned on the website, but I only stumbled upon it by accident! We visited the middle of September. It was very quiet and peaceful. They have a small welcome reception down at the hotel car park and they'll call for a shuttle to drive you to the main reception whenever you need one. It's a steep hill and a little slippery. There is a winding pathway up/down through the trees that's great to walk along and spot wildlife ... there is a lot of wildlife here! We booked an ocean view superior room (OV). Last time we booked an ocean breeze superior room (OB). The only differences in those room types was that this time we had a much prettier view facing the ocean with the islands in the bay and a bigger balcony, plus our building was much closer to reception and the main restaurant. I'm not normally one for jumping at ocean view rooms, unless there is something more to see. This is one of those hotels where I think it is worth the splurge. Our view was very pretty, but as the rooms on the right hand side of the buildings are set back a fraction, the balcony of the room on the left hand side obscures your view looking to the left (the direction of Manuel Antonio), so you can't see the long curved beach. So if you want that fabulous view of the sweeping beach down to the headland, I suspect you have to book the OV Premium Suite which are located on the Manuel Antonio Side of the building. But as said, the view from the OV superior was very pretty. The rooms we've stayed in, have both been relatively simple. Whilst the room itself isn't that large, the balcony is and that makes it feel quite spacious. The balcony also has an outside sink, coffee maker, recycling bins and fridge with plenty of room to put your own items in. The air-conditioning was very efficient - it was really humid at the beginning of September, so the fact the room cooled down very quickly a bonus! Inside, there was plenty of cupboard space with shelving for clothing and a smallish hanging area for shirts. The bedding was clean and pure white - very nice comfortable bed. The room also had a large safe, umbrellas and torches. Wifi included. The bathroom had all the usual stuff, with shampoo, conditioner and body wash in large bottles. There were bathrobes as well. Another nice feature was the clothes/hanging line above the shower for swimming costumes to drip dry. The staff here are very friendly and we were remembered by a couple of them from our last visit, which made it feel very welcoming. There is a really nice laid back and happy atmosphere here. You do feel very at home in this resort. The view from the pool by the main restaurant (El Mirador) really is just gorgeous. The hotel has been carefully positioned so that it looks down from a cliff along the beach towards Manuel Antonio National Park. Food at the restaurant for breakfast was great and with that view to look at whilst you drink coffee - you just can't complain. There were some note worthy and different items for breakfast at this hotel and well worth trying, especially if you are near the end of your trip and thought you'd exhausted local options. Not so here, something different and I loved it! The dinner menu is very good too. Food is beautifully presented, good quality, lots of healthy options and I didn't think overpriced. Wine and drinks were also affordable. We also enjoyed the more snacky menu served at the bar as well. There are lots of other restaurants in Quepos, but I really like the food on offer at the hotel and chose to eat there this time. The hotel has use of two beaches and provides towels and chairs. They will drive you down or pick you up from both beaches if you prefer not to walk. The smaller beach has a restaurant (food is very nice, but portions for lunch were ginormous!). I was told they'd pack you lunch if you're spending the day on the main beach and don't want to leave. How nice is that? Wildlife in this area is abundant. We saw so much just walking around the property or hanging out in the trees. We saw loads of monkey's and were lucky enough to come cross a sloth, just down from the tree tops. We saw several agoutis, lots of frogs and toads, a skunk with her baby, raccoons, some extremely large lizards and more geckos than I could count and I suspect there was much more to be found. The driving directions provided by the hotel are excellent. The driveway down the hill from the top is quite steep, but it is paved. Driving around Quepos was an interesting experience, whilst it's small, it's very busy and normal rules don't seem to apply in this town at all! Four on a motor bike was quite normal. There's a lot to do in this area, making it worth spending at least three nights here. Manuel Antonio is on the door step. You can even walk down the beach to the park entrance, about 25 mins. We drove to the rainmaker (hanging bridges), a few miles north of Quepos and it was sunny and dry the whole time - not so the last time! The hills behind Quepos have a totally different weather pattern. The hotel offers lots of tours and activities. If you have a car it's really handy and you can do some on your own. The roads from San Jose, down to this hotel via the coastal road (Rt 34) are very good.

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