Located at the end of the road, with more than 4.8 hectares (12 acres) of land, and a private reserve that takes up most of a sizeable peninsula, this resort-style hotel covers some serious ground. The property is inhabited by the same animals you’ll see in the national park, and it’s beautifully landscaped, laced with trails and dotted with swimming pools (including a fabulous, large two-tiered family pool with a concrete crocodile in the shallow end and a central fountain and swim-up bar). The resort has four restaurants, a spa, and a wide range of lodging options. The best suites and views are found in the five-story “Las Suites” building, on a hilltop at the far side of the property. The remote and protected Biesanz beach is a short walk or shuttle ride away (the shuttle also goes to Playa Espadilla). Hotel Parador has earned “5 Leaves” in the Certification for Sustainable Tourism program.
Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio National Park› Hotel
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Phone 877/506-1414 in the U.S. and Canada, 2777-1411 in Costa Rica Prices $281–$345 double; $379–$405 premium; $533 suite Amenities 4 restaurants; 2 bars; babysitting; concierge; health club and spa; Jacuzzi; 3 pools; room service; tennis court; free Wi-Fi Units 122 units Web site Hotel Parador Other Rates include breakfast buffet. Rates slightly higher during peak weeksBook a Room Now
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