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This was one of our best family vacation . We love the Pura Vida lifestyle of Costa ricans. The hotel staff were amazing - Shaggy picked us up from the airport and took us to a local dining place that was delicious. After a 3...More
My family just spent five nights at the Hotel San Bada. The room was spacious enough for four, including a teenager and a preteen. (We utilized a rollaway bed with no problem.) The best things about the hotel are its location and its staff. All...More
We stayed here with a group of 45 - mostly teens. It was perfect. The kids loved the pool, buffet, view from the top deck, proximity to local beach and access to the national park. Great location for all of that !
This hotel is in walking distance from the beach and tons of great shops. There are also some restaurants in walking distance and the entrance to the national park is literally right outside the gate of the hotel. We had howler monkeys wake us up...More
Beautiful stay at a wonderful hotel located right next to Manuel Antonio and the amazing beach/shops, the staff were absolutely amazing, the food was incredible and I will never forget this vacation.
The restaurant staff were so kind and helpful, especially Derek and Christine.
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was... More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was warm! I didn't want more clothing!