I stayed with my boyfriend in the Dolphin Bungalow of this hotel. It is a budget cabina with a nice porch and a separate private bathroom. It is right next to the restaurant and reception area. I would say that if noise bothers you this bungalow is not the one for you but it does quiet down after 10pm. Depending on how the breeze blows you may get the smell of trash in the porch since it seems it gets store right behind this bungalow. You do get a gorgeous view of the jungle though and we enjoyed the hammock very much. We did run into an issue our first night since we found some small bugs on the bed and it was probably due to the fact that the nets are kept open and so was the door before we arrived. We got help from the bartender since the front desk was closed...we didn't notice the problem 'til 11pm when we went to go to sleep. He was very helpful and got clean sheets for us which he put on with my help. We really liked the fact that you can rent bikes from them and the price per day is affordable. Cocktails from the bar are tasty but the food is average. Breakfast was included in their fee and plentiful. It is a distance from town so you will depend on bikes and taxis to go unless you don't mind the 20-25 minute walk.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Awarded 5 coconuts from Caribbean Travel Magazine for style, service and setting. Rustically elegant, hard crafted bungalows are privately set apart in a lush five acre tropical garden on the edge of the jungle. In front or the gorgeous white sand Cocles Beach, winner of Costa Rica`s blue flag for pristine beach. An idyllic romantic hideaway with a family friendly double occupancy price for a family of four. Que Rico Papito Restaurant specializes in food fit for jungle royalty. Massage, facials and delicious body treatments at our Indulgence Spa. Rest easy! Secure Lodging with Safes & Secure Parking. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- La Costa De Papito Hotel
- Hotel La Costa De Papito Costa Rica/Limon