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Arenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
4.5 of 5 Resort   |   Punta Quepos, Manuel Antonio National Park 311-6350, Costa Rica   |  
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“Perfecto!”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 21, 2012

Full Disclosure-I visited Arenas del Mar as a Chef as part of the Guest Chef Series (see Cindy W.'s review below). I can not wait to return to this incredible place. After a scenic two hour drive from San Jose (in a very comfortable van) with a short break to get a drink and see the Crocodile Bridge, we arrived just after sunset and were greeted at an open-air reception area. Cool towels, Coconut-Cucumber Juice and friendly smiles immediately relaxed us. We then took a short ride in the eco-friendly golf carts to the lobby. We were escorted to our room and shown around. Beautiful and spotless. A balcony stretched along the entire length of the suite allowed great views of the two beaches. A large outdoor jacuzzi on one side and lounge chairs along both sides. Mini bar stocked with soft drinks and Tico snacks changed daily. AC throughout but we preferred to keep the doors open to be awakened by the incredible sound of the crashing surf.
Woke up early and watched the sun rise. Sounds of nature. Short walk up the paths to the early coffee served poolside. Walk on the beach. Wonderful breakfast-eggs, fresh tropical fruits, baked treats (bread pudding my favorite). Just walking on the trails throughout the property enabled you to see sloths, monkeys, iguanas, basilisks, and so many birds.
Guided hike with Roger through the Manuel Antonio Park was great. His scope showed us so many different things (up close and personal). After the leisurely hike, we ended up at the beach and took a refreshing swim in the ocean. Lunches were enjoyed on the smaller beach-with one of the two pools nearby. Fresh squeezed lemonade with basil and shrimp and avocado salad with crisp plantains were enjoyed with my feet in the sand. Couples massage at the spa was perfect-strong hands and peaceful surroundings. And finally, the staff. Everyone was so warm, helpful, genuine. Addressed guests by name. Learned your tastes quickly. Brought you to see animals that you might have missed. Attempted to teach me some Spanish, which I will work on. Just great-every single aspect. Very romantic but can't wait to return and share the experience with our children.

Stayed September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Cayuga S, Manager at Arenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, responded to this review, September 24, 2012
Dear Carrie,
Greetings from Manuel Antonio. Thank you for your kind review of Arenas del Mar. We should be the one writing a review about your stay with us and how much we learned from you, how we loved your food and how much we enjoyed having you with us. We will plan for another Guest Chef Event for next year and it would be great if you could bring your kids that time. Next month Chip Roman is coming in from Philadelphia (Mica, ELA and Blackfish Restaurants) on the second event and we hope it will be the same kind of success. We are sure that your review will be helpful for future guests as you share many good ideas. No real need for A/C although it is available, walks on the beach to Manuel Antonio National Park right from the hotel and of course the interaction with our staff that makes a world of a difference. Thanks again for the great meals you cooked for us and our guests, they were also “perfectos”. See you in 2013. Have a great season in Anguilla.
Saludos,
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 20, 2012

Many hotels here have a ocean view. Ocean view from 100s of feet above the ocean on the steep mountainous coastline here. Beach access for most of the hotels here is not close.
Arenas Del Mar has both, rooms high above the beach with great views and also rooms just steps from the beach. Actually they have access to two beaches. One small private beach and one larger public beach that extends to Manuel Antonio National Park. If you stay here be sure to spend some time to get to know the employees here. If you don't, you are missing out on a great bunch of people. They are all so great. The people at the front desk, the people at the bar and resturant, the people driving the carts up and down the steep hills between the entrance and rooms, the dudes giving surf lessons on the beach and feeding you fresh coconut. Even the security personnel. And make sure that you share some crunchy minty tasting live termites with Erzzzzkle. Have no idea how to spell his name.

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  • Stayed October 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
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Cayuga S, Manager at Arenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, responded to this review, September 22, 2012
Dear,

Thank you for your great Tripadvisor review of Arenas del Mar. We think your review will be very helpful for guests looking to make a decision where to stay in Manuel Antonio. Being the only luxury hotel right at the beach is a great plus and our guests really value this feature a lot. It is easy to walk along the Espadilla beach to the Manuel Antonio National Park. This is why we call ourselves a “Beachfront” Resort, right? A special thanks for your nice comments about our staff. Yes, by getting to know the staff, you take your vacation experience to a different level. We encourage our guests to not only stay at our hotel, but to really “Experience, Learn and Connect” with the locals and the culture. You did it. Don’t miss the complimentary tortilla making tour. Our guide Ersel (now you got the spelling) is happy to share his extensive knowledge of the flora and fauna with you and yes, if you are very adventurous… you can have a taste of the rainforest as well. Otherwise, we recommend fresh seafood and local fare at our two restaurants. Come back soon and once again thank you for such a great review. Greetings form Costa Rica.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 18, 2012

My girlfriend and I have been to Costa Rica for 4 years for a girls trip with spa and nature in mind and this by far was the best trip. We went on the Culinary Experience with Chef Carrie Bogar and took part in her cooking class. This was a great experience. She made (designed) dinner for us for 3 nights that was out of this world. The package consisted of (3) 5 course meals, rum tasting, wine tasting, tortilla cooking, vanilla tour, excursions and delicious breakfast every morning.. From the moment you entered the lush grounds of this resort, you feel like you are one with nature and the ocean. The service is above any that I have experieced before. Ella at the front desk was so friendly and professional and even arranged dance lessons with Roger on the night of Costa Rica's Independence Day celebration, along with Sergio and Kevin. Ersel was a great tour guide and escorted us to the Hanging Bridges and waterfalls. He is very knowledgable and enthusiatic about his job and this shows through his great personality. Bernard the driver was very informative also and made us feel safe taking us to and from our destinations. William, Danny and Luis in the restaurant also spoiled us with our special requests and drinks. Really gave us the VIP treatment. Alex and Brian were always helpful with arranging our pickups from pools, to reception area to restaurants to beaches. Roger took us to the Manuel Antonio park and gave us the tour there, also great and knowledgable. The beach there was beautiful and and the waves were just the right size for swimming and body surfing. Ella also booked us the Catamarin trip - we were fortunate to see a baby and moma whale. We went snorkeling, saw hundreds of fish, had lunch and played music with Thomas. The Tortilla cooking tour was very informative and we made Tortillas with Elsia and Heiler and learned about their facilities and mission statements. The pool down by the ocean was always kept nice and clean and the restaurant and bar there served declicious food. You could eat down by the beach or up by the pool. Delicious Mahi-Mahi wrap and Bar-b-que chicken pizza and frozen drinks tropical drinks. Room: We had a Ocean View Premium room which was just breathtaking: we had a wrap-around balcony that had views from three sides and a jacuzzi tub which was so comfortable to lay in and look at the sky filled with thousands of twinkling stars (note: turn off all your lights) with the waves crashing below us. The bed and linens were just devine. You just melted in and never wanted to leave. The shower - oh my gosh -- we never wanted to get out. SPA: We were spoiled again and received treatments every night. Each was just as relaxing as the first. It's nice to do this in the early evening as sometimes it would rain and make it even that much more pleasurable. Each therapist was really open to our needs and customized each service to fit us personally. This company has really created a family environment which is evident of the employees and the way they treat their visitors. We never wanted to leave and will return for many years.
Keep up the good work!

Room Tip: Choose any of the Ocean view rooms -- you have great views and hear the crashing of the waves.
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  • Stayed September 2012, traveled with friends
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 17, 2012

Arenas del Mar has so much to offer its hard to know where to start when writing this review! We stayed here as part of our honeymoon and we really can't fault this little piece of paradise.

The hotel has an ethic of happy staff, happy customers and this seems to be paying dividends. Every single person we met whilst staying here was so friendly and helpful, we didn't feel like customers we felt much more like friends. From the moment we checked in, until the moment we checked out we had an unforgettable, amazing experience, thank you so much.

I'll try to describe some of the highlights but there really are too many to list in one review! We went during the rainy/green season and we were so lucky to have mostly days of sunshine and only one day of torrential rain; even when it did rain though we still had a lovely relaxing time reading books and sitting in the lounge area near reception and the bar.

The room - Ocean View Suite - quite simply a stunning view with a large bathroom and great private balcony area outside to enjoy the sounds of the ocean and rainforest in. The room had one of the most comfortable beds we've ever slept in. The AC was so quiet we could even sleep with it on - something that I've found uncommon in hotels!
The jacuzzi outside was great, with separate towels which are changed daily. The room had a Tico bar (a sort of minibar) which is a nice touch - complementary snacks are provided and changed on a daily basis including things that you may find in a typical Costa Rican packed lunch each day.

There is a turn down service which means that if you're out then you come back with your room ready for sleeping in :) The safe has an electronic combination lock and even though you don't feel the need to use a safe it's good to know that it's there and free to use.

Wifi is literally everywhere throughout the hotel - I even managed to get it on the beach!! There are also electrical outlets everywhere in the room - even outside. So refreshing, not having to unplug hotel equipment to charge your camera and phone!

Hotel - Amazing check in where every aspect of the hotel and it's ethos are explained by a variety of caring staff. As mentioned before the staff are so friendly and happy and with only 38 rooms you'll be guaranteed to feel like royalty even if the hotel is full.

Restaurants are great with quick, efficient service. If you don't want to eat in the hotel then you can also eat locally in the town; we didn't but other guests did and thought it was good. We were lucky to be in the hotel when a guest chef was visiting from the USA - Carrie Bogar. It was great to see a continuing investment in the staff, training them up during the green season, with the added benefit of the guests receiving a fantastic menu at a very reasonable price!

When the Carrie was not visiting, we also sampled local dishes which were still well presented and delicious with quite a large menu to choose from. Try the chipotle chicken wrap for lunch or the tuna tataki / tuna ceviche as a entrees :)

Whilst getting around the hotel, if you don't fancy short walks up and down the hills then golf carts are available on demand to come and pick you up.

Great drinks are available from the bar and restaurant, with half price happy hour every day - try the cocktails menu, I became passionate for Tico Sours, but the bar tenders will customise and make you any drink you can think up!! The wine menu that accompanies dinner was also excellent, allowing us to try some wines that we might not otherwise had experienced.

Beach - a private, secluded beach, where security staff are friendly and constantly present. The beach was a great place to go and relax, you can even order food and drinks from the restaurant whilst you're there! On one visit to the beach we enjoyed complementary freshly cut coconuts served with a straw :)

A highlight of our stay was a private evening dinner for two on the beach. The hotel arranged a tiki lantern lit dinner with our own waiter all included in the cost of our stay as we were on the Honeymoon package. It was so peaceful and quiet, completed with an excellent menu and friendly personal service.

Tours - whilst staying we also chose to do a complementary and a paid for tour. We made Tortillas on site in a really great experience where we got to see how the staff live and work at the hotel in a behind-the-scenes style tour. It wasn't a traditionally scripted tour however, much more a getting to know the staff and them getting to know you. We had such a laugh making and eating tortillas together, followed by fresh coffee and a relaxed chat; we even got to learn about the Costa Rican culture as lifestyle and to practice a little Spanish too. Highly recommend this tour if you're visiting.

Our paid for tour, was to see the Manuel Antonio national park. We were accompanied by Roger, a guide that we'd met when we made Tortillas. Roger was great, he took the time to find out what we were interested in, helped us with our Spanish, explained so much about the wildlife and Costa Rica's diversity. We got to take some amazing photographs and Roger had such an eye or spotting some truly incredible things; from tiny bugs and plants to large sloths and birds high in the trees! After several magical hours of park exploration, we had a swim in the ocean on a beautiful and quiet white sand beach, followed by a short drive back to the hotel where we finished with freshly made horchata (think chocolate cinnamon milkshake but slightly different - tastes great!), fresh fruit, and tortillas and salsa. Highly recommend every aspect of this experience.

We can't speak highly enough of our time here at Arenas del Mar. Take time to get to know the staff, practice a little Spanish, enjoy the relaxed and friendly lifestyle, and most of all have the time of your life. Pura Vida!!

  • Stayed September 2012
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 10, 2012

Simply one of the best hotel experiences I’ve ever had. We stayed with our five year old boy for 4 nights in early May in an Ocean Breeze suite, 2nd floor in the building closest to Playitas beach. Weather, was great, some rain in the late afternoon, otherwise sunny and hot.

Room: Very comfortable. Spacious bedroom with very comfortable bed, and a good sized separate living area with a pull-out couch. Really big bathroom. Huge wrap around terrace with a great view of the ocean and a Jacuzzi. As we were in the closest building to the beach (about 20 seconds walk from our room to beach), the sound of the ocean was with us all the time. We slept with the doors open most nights to enjoy the sound, the breeze coming in off the water kept us cool enough. The only (very minor) negatives in the room were the comfort of the pull-out sofa, and lack of an ipod dock. The sofa was ok for our son but likely not the best for a teenager/adult.

Food: Good to excellent, never had a bad meal but some stood out more than others. Good, fresh ingredients and well cooked. The Caribbean snapper was the best. Restaurant at the beach was good for lunches and snacks. Breakfast at the main restaurant was excellent. Prices weren’t cheap but were not unreasonable given it’s a hotel restaurant and the good quality.

Beaches and Pools: At smaller Playitas beach, which was essentially private, the surf was pretty rough so we didn’t go in very deep, Playa Espadilla was better for swimming. Waves maybe larger due to rainy season timeframe, not sure. Both beaches were stupidly scenic. Pools were good, spent a lot of time in the pool by the beach watching the ocean, the many lizards sunning themselves by the pool and monkeys in the trees overhead (monkeys were almost as common a sight at the hotel as squirrels are here in Toronto!). Pool at the top of the resort had fantastic views as it’s pretty high up.

Tours: We did the MP park tour, our guide was Ersel and he was fantastic. I usually don’t do guided tours but we would have missed out on so much if we had gone it alone. Ersel knows his stuff and has a passion for it too. Also did the Damas mangrove kayak (not much wildlife but great scenery and fun), had a Tortilla making lesson and planted some trees at the resort. We really enjoyed the Tortilla making, where you got a behind the scenes tour of where some of the staff live and hang out. Sitting in the staff lounge area with our freshly made coffee and tortillas and chatting with Ersel and Juanita was a highlight. Just a really relaxed personal experience.

Staff: Wow, what a friendly group. Everyone we met was very personable, and it didn’t feel like a show, just nice, nice people. Special mention to Ersel (again) and Sergio. They were great with our son who pestered them throughout our stay to play soccer on the beach. They did, and he was one happy little boy! All the cart drivers were great, spotting wildlife on the rides around the resort (very steep so carts nice to have to go between top and bottom areas) and letting our son steer the carts.

We don’t usually go on vacation and stay in the same hotel more than once, but next trip to Costa Rica we’ll definitely be going back to this place (as our son has often informed us).
(Wow, just read the review posted before this one, I think we were in the same room mentioned there, 102, not sure how anyone could give this place 3*).

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  • Stayed May 2012, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed September 5, 2012

After we got to the resort, we appreciated that our room was ready even we arrived couple of hours before official check in hours. We loved the welcome drinks and fruit on our arrival. 
However the receptionist did not inform us about the complimentary tours - one of them was a tortilla tour explaining the costa rican lifestyle etc. We accidentaly found out on our last day and would love to join it.
 
Anyway we got a partial ocean view room - even we booked the ocean view room. It was situated in Building 1 as far I remember 102. The room was nice, spacious, with big terace and enough space even for more people. We also like that it comes with 2 bathrooms. The bathrooms are moulded, need to be painted.
Unfortunatelly our room was smelly. We asked the receptionists too get us some candles to get the smell away. Instead of that the hotel stuff just spray the room with something quiet stromg and we could not breathe next couple of hours. 
 
We also enjoyed dinning in the resort - breakfast was fantastic. I loved the fresh juice and fruit plate with some homemade cookies. The menu was also big enough and we enjoyed the great view on the beach. We also had a dinner and I loved the black beans soup - grandma recipe.
 
Wifi in our room was not working very well and we asked several times to get it done - I think 4 times, but the stuff did not repair it. It is also a pity that the cleaning women do not understand English once we asked to come in 15 min later to get ready for dinner and nobody showed up later.
 
Even worst experience we had with the laundry Service. When we left the clothes to clean in the morning  even after 3 times calling the reception that we are leaving next morning, nobody knew where our clothes are. They promised us to have them already in the room - but in the room there was nothing at all!
 
I mean there are couple of things which made us unhappy and we didnt feel very welcome. On the other hand, I really want to thank to Sergio and Alex - golf cars drivers as these were the nicest people in the resort.

Stayed August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Cayuga S, Manager at Arenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, responded to this review, September 7, 2012
Dear Adriana,
Greetings from Manuel Antonio. We are very sorry to hear that your experience at our hotel was not what you expected. We are proud to be Costa Rica’s first hotel to combine 5 Star Quality with 5 Leave Sustainability. Some things went wrong though. Thanks for pointing out all the very positive aspects about your stay with us such as the early arrival service, the nice and spacious room, breakfast and dining in our restaurants and the special service by our golf cart drivers. We are in the process of very carefully reviewing the glitches that happened such as the confusion about the room view and odors as well as wifi and laundry service failures. You are in your total right to point those things out as they should not have negatively influenced your experience. Be assured that they will be fixed so that on your next stay, there won’t be any of those problems. We appreciated your feedback and hope that you are willing to give us a chance to show that we can do 5* as we typically do with all of our guests. Thank you very much.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 29, 2012

Arenas del Mar is a must-to-see place in the rain-forest of Manuel Antonio. The place is amazing since you feel that you are in the middle of the wildlife but you are in your jacuzzi just meters away from your bed.

  • Stayed October 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Punta Quepos, Manuel Antonio National Park 311-6350, Costa Rica
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Location: Costa Rica > Province of Puntarenas > Manuel Antonio National Park
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Business Center with Internet Access Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#1 Top resorts Hotel in Manuel Antonio National Park
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Manuel Antonio National Park
#2 Spa Hotel in Manuel Antonio National Park
#2 Luxury Hotel in Manuel Antonio National Park
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Arenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica 4.5*
Number of rooms: 38
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Located within walking distance of Manuel Antonio National Park, Arenas Del Mar is an extraordinary beachfront and rainforest resort catering to travelers looking for more than the typical luxury hotel experience. Stunning, luxurious, and sustainable, this hotel has 38 rooms with exclusive beach and nature views as it is nestled in eleven acres of rainforest with private trails and two tree-shaded white sand beaches. Unique among the hotels in Manuel Antonio, our carbon neutral property offers sustainable, luxurious lodging—the first Costa Rican luxury hotel to be awarded the Five Sustainability Leaf Award and a Five Star Award. Arenas Del Mar is the perfect base for exploring on your Manuel Antonio vacation. ... more   less 
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