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Never answers phone or email or returns messages. We tried contacting them 2 days before arrival to ask some questions. Hotel was out of power for a day and a half before contacting us by email on the afternoon of our arrival to cancel. Of...More
If I am paying almost $200 a night for accommodation, I expect the following: a comfortable bed, a great location, a good breakfast, excellent customer service but most importantly; a working shower! At Las Terazzas, we got only 2 of those things. The bed was...More
We stayed for three nights at the Terrazas de Ballena. It's been an ideal place to get around the Uvita area and also to just stay "at home" and enjoy the cozy veranda with a beautiful view in your hammock or the very comfortable deck...More
I found this place by reviews so I know how valuable they really are! This is a place that has 3 hidden bungalows in the most beautiful setting. I traveled with my husband and 17 year old son. The bungalows have a patio with a...More
Response from CarladelBosque, Manager at Las Terrazas de BallenaResponded 20 December 2016
Thank you very much for your nice words .
Wish your family and yourself merry Christmas and happy 2017 .
Regards from Costa Rica
We only stayed one night out of necessity. Primarily a 4 x 4 vehicle is essential. The hill is steep and rocky. (That shouldn't be the fine print). The steps up to the stairs to the bungalow are also steep so not accessible if anyone...More
Response from TerrazasdeBallena | Property representative |
Thank you for choosing us. We look forward to seeing you in February. Yes, you need a 4x4 vehicle. Once you get off the main roads in Costa Rica, most of the local streets are only dirt and rocks. A 4x4 will be... More
Thank you for choosing us. We look forward to seeing you in February. Yes, you need a 4x4 vehicle. Once you get off the main roads in Costa Rica, most of the local streets are only dirt and rocks. A 4x4 will be useful to you throughout your visit in Costa Rica. Thanks for asking the question.
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"Must have a 4x4 to get there, but most places in this area requires it."