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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 € 179,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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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!

Hotelnaam:
Arenas del Mar Beach & Nature Resort
Plaats/regio:
Manuel Antonio National Park
Code:
H16619
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 179 (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!

"Amazing from start to finish!"

   19-05-2017
Arenas del mar is a beautiful beachfront hotel. Location is perfect. The views and the ocean are amazing! Rooms are spacious and lovely with large balconies and some have private Jacuzzi. Staff is top notch and attentive. Restaurant menus are well thought out - food is delicious. Being right next to Manual Antonio National Park is a plus. Monkeys and Iguanas are all within view of your rooms! Pura Vida!

"Fantastic Property"

   19-05-2017
My wife and I spent four nights at Arenas Del Mar in May 2017. The rooms and property were incredibly nice, with easy access to the beach, two restaurants and bars and two very nice pools. We chose to go to the nearby national park as well as whitewater rafting. Both tours were well run with very knowledgeable/capable guides. I would highly recommend staying at Arenas Del Mar if your plans include Quepos.

"Incredible ocean views with superb food and service"

   17-05-2017
Our room overlooked the ocean with a sizable balcony where we could relax while watching and listening to the waves crashing. The staff were extremely friendly and attentive. I normally prefer not to eat at hotels, but the food at Arenas Del Mar was incredible. Breakfast is included and the menu offers a wide range of delectable options with an amazing fruit platter for the table. My only regret was not having one more day to enjoy another delicious breakfast and dinner on the beach.

"A dream holiday (I nearly cried when leaving!)"

   16-05-2017
Wow, this resort is just fabulous, from the moment we arrived to the day we left, the staff could not have been more accommodating and helpful. So let’s start at the beginning. The hotel is quite tricky to find so if you are self-driving then you will need to do some research. The hill down to the resort entrance is very steep and should not be walked when it’s raining and even less so when dark – it’s treacherous underfoot when wet and the road is not lit. However I know it is familiar to nearly all the local drivers so we never felt unsafe in a car. You arrive at a small reception area near the gatehouse at the resort entrance – here they take your bags and do a bit of a pre checking in talk just letting you know about how things work – getting a cold towel and ice water on arrival is much appreciated. You are picked up in a golf buggy and then taken to the main reception area which is a long walk away from the entrance and again shouldn’t really be walked when it’s dark and raining. There are golf buggies available all the time to pick you up and move you around the resort and the staff are always on hand for this. When we arrived at reception we were given a lovely refreshing coconut drink whilst checking in. You will never need cash at this resort; you can charge drinks/food/the hotel van taxi service/tours/gift shop items to your room and pay on check out. We had a lovely surprise as not only had the hotel put us on a higher floor (which I had emailed them about a few weeks earlier) but they had upgraded us to an ocean view room in block 6 (so a short walk from reception). As we had arrived at 12pm and our room wasn’t ready they stored our bags and we headed to the beach front restaurant for a drink and to relax before getting into the room. We only had about an hour wait and a chap came to get us to show us our room and how things work – our bags were there waiting for us. What a room and what a view – we had room 603B and it was awesome. The room itself was fairly small but good enough for us and the balcony was very private with a spectacular view of the ocean. The bathroom was a good size however with the biggest shower ever! The basin area was a bit small so struggled to put all the toiletries out but this wasn’t a major issue. The bed was huge and extremely comfortable – did not have one disturbed sleep all week. The room was equipped with: - Flat screen TV showing a variety of local and US channels. - Fridge stocked with a few bottles of beer/juice and snacks (all complimentary and restocked daily). This was in the wet bar on the balcony and needs to be kept locked so the monkeys don’t get in (and we witnessed them trying!) - Kettle and coffee machine with tea/coffee/milk supplied along with cups and glasses - Plenty of sockets around the room for phone chargers etc. (if coming from the UK suggest you get the 3 pronged adapter specifically for Central America). - Electronic safe of a good size - Wardrobe and plenty of cupboard space - Hairdryer - Umbrellas (yes you will need them and there are buckets of them around the site so you don’t get caught in a downpour) - Remote controlled air conditioning - Effective ceiling fan - Seats and table on the balcony - Ipod docking station/alarm - Phone to reception (and I believe all calls local or international are complimentary) - Good wifi signal (which is great throughout the property) - Robes - Extending washing line over the shower The resort was fairly quiet, we never felt crowded and there was always plenty of seating in the restaurant (although do book to be sure) and always plenty of sun beds around the pool and down on the private beach area. There are two pools, both quite small. One near the reception/restaurant and the other down near the beach. I have read other reviews saying they are misleading guests about the pools but they are there to have a refreshing dip, they are not there to swim lengths. I found both pools great and I think they do a great job of cleaning the debris after the daily thunderstorms – yes you will find the occasional leaf, dead bug etc but these can’t be avoided as there is plenty of greenery around. It’s great being in the main pool area watching the nearby iguanas and humming birds. Our deal included free breakfast and this was always a great start to the day – the weather was great and we were able to sit outside each morning overlooking the ocean – service was always super friendly and efficient and you were never without a water or coffee refill. The breakfast menu choice is excellent and you will never be bored. The only downside to breakfast was on our last day when I was given some burnt French toast with cashews (which I had asked to be taken off) however this was dealt with very quickly with apologies. Also on the dining front it can get a little bit inconsistent with the way certain things are served (eg sauces on the side, sometimes all over the meal) and I guess this depends on which chef is working! There are plenty of restaurant options outside the resort (try Ronnie’s Place for sunset dining and El Wagon for the best wood fired pizzas) but we did dine at the Arenas on 3 nights of our stay – each time the meal was great and wonderful service (the room service isn’t as good however, we ordered this one evening and the meal wasn’t up to their usual standards). In the dining room it’s great watching for a racoon face to appear hoping to snaffle some food, we saw them twice and loved it. If you want to go offsite then the hotel has the use of two large people carriers that can take you wherever you want to go (charged to your room) but taxis are in abundance and the hotel will gladly call one for you. Wildlife is in abundance here, keep an eye for the capuchin monkeys around the place, if your room overlooks the roof of another block keep an eye out late afternoon, these monkeys love to play. We were also lucky enough to see a sloth sleeping in one of the trees on the beach and there are loads of huge iguanas hanging around the pool. Watch out on the wet evenings for the Halloween crabs that are everywhere – these things are seriously cute and love the wet, they will dodge out of you way but be careful not to step on them going back to your room. On our last day we were happy to finally see the spider monkeys. Highly recommend you book a private (and early morning) tour to the Manuel Antonio National Park to see sloths, howler monkeys, deers, tons of insects and more. There is a short pathway through the forest which will take you to the main beach and this is great for surfers. Walk along this beach and you come to the Manuel Antonio National Park (there are a few restaurants/bars and shops just off the beach on the road leading to the park). I have noticed from other reviews that they don’t consider Arenas to be 5 star and some have complained about lack of maintenance and the basic “look” of the place. In respond to this I would say yes, there are few things you may notice (if you are seriously looking!) that could do with fixing (some electrics here and there, marks on tiles etc) and the design of the resort is down to them trying to blend the features of the hotel into the surroundings – they are not going for ostentatious here, everything is muted (even the lighting during the evening). The rooms are well maintained and have a contemporary look and the communal areas are very understated but all clean and simple. I have no doubt that there are some other nearby resorts that others have found much better but Arenas Del Mar has the staff, private beach, unrivalled views over the ocean and surrounded by a fabulous secondary forest full of wildlife. One example of the service we had, the air con unit in our room had broken and started to leak water. I reported it to reception and they said they would investigate. We went down to the beach and the Ops Manager came to find us and apologised that it would take a long time to fix and he said he could move us to another room. We were reluctant to move as we loved our view but he asked us to come with him to see the room they had in mind. WOW, turned out to be the best view in the hotel - a one bedroomed suite with a Jacuzzi on a huge balcony with complete privacy and unhindered views of the ocean. We felt like royalty! As soon as we had packed our bags arrived at our new room. I would personally like to thank Ana, Ariel, Rodbin, Luis, Christian and our tour guide Eli for making our stay so special. There are so many other staff members and drivers that were always happy to help out and I can’t thank them enough for carrying our luggage, moving us around the resort in the golf carts, providing us with towels at the beach, drinks by the pool, taking us locally around in the van and just generally being awesome. Thanks you very much Arenas Del Mar, we will be back.

"Superb hotel built thoughtfully in the forest. Wonderful staff & service."

   15-05-2017
Beautiful property. Impeccable service and staff. Restaurant has wonderful food which is vegan friendly. Serene surroundings make the hotel grounds more visually appealing than the near-by rainforest trail. Well worth the steep prices. The walk up the hill from the beach to the reception and restaurant is some built-in exercise. If you are able, don't take the courtesy gold carts. There's plenty to see hiding in the trees. That said, the property is not suited for persons with disabilities or other mobility challenges. Great, great place to stay.


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