We spent two nights at this resort for our Honeymoon. We were thoroughly impressed with the gorgeous hot springs. The winding pathways lead to pool after pool of naturally heated spring water which is perfect for the cool days and nights near Arenal. Unfortunately, the hotel itself seemed like an afterthought and is separated from the springs down the road. While the shuttles to and from the springs were complimentary, it still felt like planning an all day trip to go there. It is a very popular location amongst tourists and was crowded at times. The food was very expensive because you really had no other option but to eat at the springs or at the hotel. It is expensive to get a cab into La Fortuna if you are interested in eating in town. The rooms were nice but not spectacular. The volcano was shrouded in clouds our whole stay so we missed out on another reason why this resort is a great spot. The springs can make up for a lot of little inconveniences, if you like to sit at the pool all day long.