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This was our third time visiting this particular Riu. We came back because we love Costa Rica and we like this familiar place. We were given a room about two doors down from the visit last year! We had a king ocean view (which is...More
Stayed for a week in the run up to Xmas, hotel not at capacity, rooms clean and spacious and all inclusive optics in the room for G&Ts on the balcony overlooking the pacific! Raced dolphins on the catamaran, saw leatherbacks (and new hatched released on...More
we arrived back today after a fortnight at the riu Guanacaste. i cannot for the life of me see how anyone can lodge a realistic complaint it ticked every box.
The rooms; were spacious if a little tired and the views over the hills at...More
Just got home from 1 week at the Riu. Overall this was a great place with a great vibe. The grounds were clean, the staff was friendly, the rooms were nice, and so on. Beside a few normal large resort nuances which some people like...More
I have just got back from a 2 week stay in this lovely hotel!
It’s been great- everything from the food and drinks, the entertainment, the water sports and the incredibly hard working and friendly staff. I struggle to fault it.
The food was really...More
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there are many different areas to visit and yes, most have substantial travel time. in costa rica its not the milege that slows you, it is often the condition of the roads. the city of Liberia is 45 minutes away. we went to... More
there are many different areas to visit and yes, most have substantial travel time. in costa rica its not the milege that slows you, it is often the condition of the roads. the city of Liberia is 45 minutes away. we went to the rainforest at the base of tenorio volcano and it was about 2 hours away. the nicarauga border is almost 2 hours away and tamarindo is about 1 hour by boat. Guanacaste is a dry desert like province and most excursions (waterfalls, rainforests, volcanos etc) are in the more lush part of costa rica