So heres the skinny on this hotel. It is fitting to the area as i later found out. My first impression wasnt the best, but the place grew on me. Its where you meet the cook who also cleans and the owner who also checks you in. The staff is simply very nice. I learned to like it. I wilk tell you that you have veey little privacy and can hear everything. If yi ure in town for 3 days and are not an ammenities kind of person its perfect, but if a D&G girl you will hate it. Lol! I also have to mention the food is really great. I mean goes against the best italian food ive been to in NY.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Las Tres Banderas is conveniently located between the port of Quepos and Manuel Antonio National Park, the most famous wild life reserve and beach destination area in Costa Rica. It offers a secluded setting amongst tropical trees and plants, far away from traffic noise and city hustle/bustle. While the beach is nearby, your only visitors will be birds, monkeys and sloths.Each unit at Hotel Las Tres Banderas is decorated with imported tile and beautiful Costa Rican wood whitch serves to accent the elegance of every room. No expense has been spared on the final touches of the hotel's decor. Costa Rica and our hotel offer an especially relaxing atmosphere. We are certain that you won't be disappointed with either one of them. While you are here, lets get to know each other better and even become friends. Who knows, we may even end up explaining why we call our dream come true Hotel Las Tres Banderas. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Las Tres Banderas Hotel
- Hotel Las Tres Banderas Costa Rica/Manuel Antonio National Park