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I must say this place is one of the prettiest most Well maintained hotels I've been to. Especially the gardener's they are out there every day keeping the place pristine. I found the staff was very nice especially the bartender who gave us some great...More
We had an amazing time at Rio Celeste Hideaway. Worth the long drive from the big city - this hotel truly is a slice of heaven in the wilderness. Top notch service, beautiful proerty, gorgeous room just a minute away from the Rio Celeste national...More
It is a calm garden area conterminous with the rainforest. The rooms are single bungalows with a cosy canopy bed. Especially the outdoor shower was a refreshing experience. There is a central pool area with several hot pots. The restaurant offers fresh and tasty food....More
Just stayed four nights at Rio Celeste Hideaway, what a treat. The rooms are gorgeous and the website photos accurately reflect the rooms. The staff is amazing and the onsite restaurant is pricey but the portions are large, I suggest sharing an entree. One thing,...More
This hotel is set in tropical paradise. The cabinas are private and set in wonderful landscaping on a path that leads around the resort.
You are greeted with a cold damp towels and fresh juice as you check in, the service has been impeccable. The...More
Response from Rio Celeste H | Property representative |
Dear Natasha P,
Our private trail leading allows you to swim in the waters of the Rio Celeste river. To visit the waterfall, lagoon and the joining of the rivers, you visit the Volcan Tenorio National Park, adjacent to our... More
Dear Natasha P,
Our private trail leading allows you to swim in the waters of the Rio Celeste river. To visit the waterfall, lagoon and the joining of the rivers, you visit the Volcan Tenorio National Park, adjacent to our property. Its entrance is within walking distance from the hotel. If you'd only like to see the waterfall, a hike of approximately one hour takes you to this beautiful sight. Walk for an added 60-90 minutes and see all the sights inside the park, absolutely worth it. Hope this helps.
The team at Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel