Only a few steps from the Park. Nice and clean rooms, comfortable beds, nice bathroom, etc. The "business center" is two computers in a breezeway that gets no breezes and if you stay more than five minutes, you will be sweating.
Be sure you go to the top floor for the view---and pool. Really nice. We actually saw a couple of monkeys in the distance and the view of the ocean is great.
The breakfast was pretty good.
The main reason to stay here is if you want to go to the Park---it is literally a few steps away. We went early and did not see any wildlife at all because there is construction on the trail and there were electric drills and hammers and engines. My wife and I joked that we had seen a deer (John Deere) and a Bobcat (small bulldozer) on our hike.
I would stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel San Bada brand new Hotel located right next to Manuel Antonio National Park entrance, and a few steps to Manuel Antonio Beach, Costa Rica.Rooms with National Park jungle and ocean view balconies. Discover the wildlife from your balcony and listen to the ocean. The biggest pool in the area with water slide, waterfalls and a pool bar. A private pool for adults at the terrace, with ocean and jungle view, perfect sunset spot! Our amenities:-Restaurant-Access to the public beach-Pool bar-Power generator in case of electricity shortout-Elevator-Biggest pool-Kids pool-Adults pool with ocean view-Snack Bar-WiFi-Free spacious parking, no driving needed once you are at the resort, everything is in walking distance. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel San Bada Costa Rica/Manuel Antonio National Park