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Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort
3.5 of 5 Hotel   |   Drake Bay 60101, Costa Rica   |  
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“EXTRAORDINARY HOSPITALITY”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 30, 2013

My husband and I stayed for 4 glorious days at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort in mid-January, 2013. There’s little I can add to the other stellar reviews of this superlative resort, except perhaps to talk about the extraordinary hospitality we received.

We arrived at Copa de Arbol in a fun, adventurous way – via boat from Sierpe.
From the first moment when the boat captain took our hand in his to help us aboard,
we knew that we were in for something special. Thank you Tony and captains Hans and Pinkie for all the safe and fun cruising! When we arrived at the resort, several staff members waded into the water to help us ashore – it was like arriving at Downton Abbey!
That first warm greeting was echoed throughout our stay.

Soon after settling in, I realized that I hadn’t been in touch with my daughter for a few days, and I hadn’t brought a phone or a computer. I was quite anxious, but front desk experts Johnny, Keely, and Dylan set me up with their computers and helped me
contact home.

When my husband Stephen, an accomplished woodworker, admired much of the construction, Mike the co-owner had Minor the carpenter take him to the on-site carpentry shop, where they browsed around together.

Mario and Ivan are masters of the bar and dining room, and Miguel is the genius chef. Everyone was careful about Stephen’s allergy to red snapper, and always gave him a beautiful alternative appetizer or entrée (he missed some wicked good ceviche.) One evening after dinner, I asked Ivan to teach me how to fold the table napkins as he had. We cleared a table, and Ivan and Mario gave us an exhibition and tutorial on fancy folding! They must know 20 designs apiece, and I remember two.

Like many reviewers, I appreciated that the dining room tables were separate, and
each had a perfect view of the jungle and ocean. However, for Mike’s birthday, Mario
set up the tables family-style, and the staff and guests ate dinner together.
Several guests and staff had gone fishing that day, and Miguel made amazing tuna sushi as an appetizer and grilled mackerel for the entrée. It was a lovely evening.

Mauricio, the biologist guide, took us on two excursions, one to Corcovado National Park, and one to Cano Island. Besides sharing his knowledge with us, we had meaningful, free-wheeling discussions on many topics, and we learned about his hopes for the future.

A shout-out to Kate, a waiter, who shared with us her unique perspective as a new ex-pat.

On our last full day at the resort, my husband and I walked into town. Although other guests seemed to get there and back with ease, we were really tired when we arrived at Aguijita. The resort’s boat was in town after having dropped off some departing guests, and came back to the beach to pick us up and bring us “home” to Copa de Arbol.

Although this doesn’t fit my theme, do consider that Copa de Arbol is the ONLY RESORT in Drake Bay with beautiful, private, AIR-CONDITIONED casitas. Guidebooks describe the Osa Peninsula as “sweltering” and “steamy,” and they’re not kidding. It was great to return to a cool room after a day spent exploring.

Mike and co-owner Jason took many years to build this gorgeous resort, and along the way they cultivated relationships with local people. They’ve brought people onto staff whom they know well, whom they trust, and who share their vision. It’s a pleasure to know that our visit contributes very directly to the local economy. We’re very fortunate to have visited Copa de Arbol Rainforest and Beach Resort in Drake Bay, and to have experienced their EXTRAORDINARY HOSPITALITY. We were treated as we would treat someone in our own home. Thank you so much!

P.S. Next time I’m going fishing.

Room Tip: Our casita, Balsa, had views of the ocean from the bed. I could have stayed there all day, if there...
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 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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Mike M, Owner at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort, responded to this review, March 7, 2013
Dear Stephen and Cora,

We’ve been very fortunate to receive high praise here on Trip Advisor. We have worked hard to achieve that goal, however credit must be given to our guests. There’s an old saying in Latin America that goes like this “the bad road brought the good people and the good road brought the bad people.” Since there are no roads leading to Copa De Arbol, we must get the cream of the crop. When you visit us, you are visiting our home and you two fit in naturally like old friends. One reason that makes living and working here truly enjoyable is watching others appreciate what we’ve created and fully embrace all that the resort and the area has to offer. You two gave the whole experience one big GIANT bear hug! Thanks for helping me celebrate my birthday. It was a pleasure to share that evening with you and all of the other guests and staff. A special thanks to Cora for sending us pictures from that evening.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 12, 2013

My husband and I just got back a few days ago from a three-week long holiday trip to Costa Rica. We stayed at three different lodges (Bosque del Cabo, Copa de Arbol, Tortuga Lodge and Gardens) and all three stays were incredible, although each of the experiences was unique.

We are both biologists and my husband has a long history with Costa Rica, having done his dissertation research there over 30 years ago. We spent six nights in Drake Bay in January of 2012, and absolutely loved it, and hoped to return to La Paloma for the December 2012 holidays. However, La Paloma was completely booked. We were crushed, but upon recommendation by friends in Drake Bay, we booked the not-yet-open Copa de Arbol. With no TripAdvisor reviews to help us out, and only the lodge’s website and our friends’ recommendation to go on, we were a little apprehensive. First of all, new places often seem to have to work out the kinks, and we weren’t sure that we wanted to spend our precious vacation time and dollars on someplace that had just opened. Additionally, the website showed absolutely gorgeous rooms with AIR CONDITIONING! Air conditioning in the jungle just seemed, so, out of place? We wondered who the target audience was for the lodge – would a couple of low maintenance, “let me out in the field so I can look for frogs and snakes” biologists be comfortable in this environment? But we really love Drake Bay and valued our friends’ recommendation, so decided, to give it a shot.

With some trepidation, after six nights at Bosque del Cabo, we hopped in the 4X4 taxi arranged for us by Summer at CdA and started the 2.5 hour drive to Drake Bay. The ride with Elias was quite entertaining, as we stopped to look at a number of birds and other critters along the way (as well as a newly born calf just learning to stand), forded a number of streams, and finally arrived in Drake Bay, where we were picked up by CdA staff for the quick boat ride to CdA (note – you will get your feet wet getting in and out of the boat – no dock, just the beach!)

When we arrived at the resort’s beach, we were met by the manager Johnny, and Keely, who took us up to the second floor open air restaurant for lunch. Immediately apparent were the lushness of the grounds and the beautiful design of the main building (reception and restaurant), wood floors (no shoes allowed in the restaurant or our cabina), and beautiful furnishings. Although we did not arrive until about 2:30, the restaurant staff (Mario, Ivan, Daniel) made sure we were fed, serving us a delicious chicken salad and fruit juice. This started our love affair with the food (Chef Miguel is a genius) and the restaurant staff. The food was routinely amazing, with dinner entrees including fresh tuna on angel hair in a tomato, olive and caper sauce; baked fish with mashed potatoes and green beans; beef tenderloin in a mushroom sauce; fresh snapper; pork loin. I think sushi was included as an appetizer maybe three of the six nights we were there. Lunches included pork fajitas, shredded beef tacos, chicken salad, grilled vegetable sandwiches. Every meal was absolutely delicious, well seasoned and with perfect accompaniments; portion sizes were huge. Seriously, the dinners rivaled that which we have been served at Restaurant Grano de Oro, often considered one of the best restaurants in San Jose. And at every meal Mario, Ivan or Daniel (or some combination of the above) made us feel welcome and at home and provided all around exemplary service.

The cabinas were incredible. We were in Sable, which I think was the second cabina from the beach. We did not feel the need to use the air conditioning; instead we kept our windows open and the ceiling fan on (when we were in the room), which gave us the benefit of the cooling breeze but also through the front window the sounds of the crashing ocean waves and through the side window the gurgling creek. How I miss those sounds now that I am back home! Not to mention the howler monkeys and the various birds (including chestnut-mandibled toucans). Back to the cabinas – shiny wood floors, beautiful and functional design, pristine bathrooms and lovely shower, many windows to let in the light and the breeze. The furnishings and bedspreads are gorgeous, with a subtle Asian theme. These cabinas are far and away the most beautiful accommodations we have ever had in Costa Rica.

We enjoyed our tours with Mauricio, who we were very happy to see again (he had taken us on our Cano Island tour last year when we were at La Paloma). Mauricio is a trained marine biologist, and there is no one that I would rather have in the water with us when we are snorkeling at Cano. He swims like a fish, is happy to dive down to get pictures of some of the sea life (lobsters, etc), and is very knowledgeable about the fish and other critters seen on this excursion. This year we had a close encounter with hawksbill sea turtle on the first snorkel, and after the third, Mauricio spied a spotted eagle ray that we were able to follow for a bit – so gorgeous! We also enjoyed our trip with Mauricio to La Sirena (the “second” ranger station at Corcovado), where we followed a troop of endangered squirrel monkeys for quite awhile, and saw a sleeping tapir, a trogon, and a number of other birds, lizards, and monkeys. We also did two night hikes – on the first Mauricio started us at the creek where we saw the only glass frogs of our three week trip. These frogs are amazing in that their bellies are clear and you can see their internal organs, as well as bones in their limbs. At the creek we also saw blue crayfish. Later in the hike we saw a number of other frog species and some really interesting insects. On the second night hike we were accompanied by another couple as well, and we saw many frog species, an opossum, a sleeping flycatcher, and a really incredible green mantis with red stripes. These night hikes were the real deal – walking through streams, trudging up hills and through leaf litter. Our final trip with Mauricio was an afternoon boat excursion to the mangroves of the Rio Sierpe, where we saw iguanas, numerous water birds, parrots, a pair of scarlet macaws, and our only sighting of fiery billed aracaris - colorful little toucans. The entry from the river back into the ocean, in a driving rainstorm with only a sliver of light left in the day was truly thrilling – thank you Captain Pinky! We also hiked a few times on our own, although with only five full days at the lodge we did not have as much time for this as we would have liked. We hiked once around the loop trail, which yielded some great lizard and tiny rain frog sightings, and one day took the Coastal Footpath back to Cocolito Beach. Next time we will need to stay longer so we can explore. And we had no time for the horseback riding or the paddle boards that we were contemplating before we left home.

There were so many times during our stay that we experienced Copa de Arbol’s exceptional commitment to personalized customer service. Meal hours were much more flexible and longer than in any of the lodges that we have enjoyed in CR. Occasionally our activities made us late or early for a meal, but we were always accommodated with a smile. We really enjoyed the fact that at ALL meals my husband and I were able to have a table just for the two of us; at most of the lodges we have visited guests are seated together with other parties at dinner. While such seating is not a deal breaker for us, being able to relax at dinner, just the two of us, really enhanced the dining experience and our vacation overall. Before our arrival the staff had scheduled us to go to La Sirena in Corcovado the very next day. We were so exhausted after six days of hiking at BdC and the night hike we took our first night at CdA, that we asked to have our first full day off with no tours. I know that with just one guide this probably wreaked havoc with scheduling, but Keely happily made it work for us. When we wanted to visit our friends’ house but were unsure of how to get there or how difficult the trip would be, owners Mike and Jay offered to have someone walk us or take us in a boat at least as far as the proper beach. We did not take them up on these offers, but really appreciated their willingness to help us out. When we wanted to take an afternoon mangrove tour that was not listed on the lodge website, Mauricio made it happen. We felt that no matter what we wanted to see or do, if it was possible, Cope de Arbol would make it happen for us. It was wonderful to deal with owners and staff who took our vacation as seriously as we did, and did everything they could to make our experience a very special one.

When we are in Costa Rica, there are three things that our lodge must deliver – close proximity to diverse and plentiful wildlife, a clean and physically comfortable room in which to rest after our exhausting days and nights in the field, and a low key/low maintenance environment. All three areas were so far exceeded by Copa de Arbol! The most beautiful and comfortable rooms in which we have ever stayed in Costa Rica, dinners that rivaled one of the best restaurants in San Jose, beautiful grounds and beach, management and staff (especially in the restaurant) that go above and beyond to make you feel as if you are at a beautiful home away from home, diverse excursions and hikes provided by Mauricio, and owners and management that have equal commitment to sustainability and customer-focused service. What’s more, the vibe was as super relaxed as we hoped for. We can’t wait for our next visit to Copa de Arbol.

  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 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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Mike M, Owner at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort, responded to this review, January 13, 2013
Mike & Michele,

It was wonderful to meet you both. To receive a review from people as experienced and knowledgeable about the Osa Peninsula as you and Mike is a true honor. It was fun to share stories about the area and the changes that have occurred over the past 20 years. Our intent is to maintain a small and intimate location where people can share in their enthusiasm of the great biodiversity that is the Osa Peninsula. We are striving to create a comfortable and relaxing place for an international community of conservation-minded people who can gather to share their passion for nature and make the preservation of this area possible.

Thank you from the entire Copa De Arbol Family for taking the time to write such a complete, detailed and informative review acknowledging our efforts. We would love to see you both again soon.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 11, 2013

You almost don't want others to know about this magnificent well managed retreat. A trip of a lifetime that will keep you coming back. From your beautiful and well thought out bungalow to one of the best chefs and group of more than well caring service staffs we had ever encountered and we have traveled extensively. You will not go wrong staying here. The owners and management strive for your happiness and pleasure and you truly fell this group of people have been your friends for years. If your looking for a true relaxing, fine dining paradise this is it amongst the beauty of one of the worlds greatest places, Costa Rica.

Room Tip: We stayed in both 5 and 7. Not matter which one you stay in it will be unique and tranquil.
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 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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Mike M, Owner at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort, responded to this review, January 13, 2013
Hi Randy,

Our staff is made up of friends and families. When you visit Copa De Arbol, you become a part of that. The Osa Peninsula is a unique and magnificent area that attracts visitors who share mutual interests. As a result, friendships are built and bonds are formed. We genuinely feel that everyone who visits becomes a part of the Cope De Arbol family. It was nice sharing a few cold beers and hearing about your fishing trips. Hope we see you and Holly again soon.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 5, 2013

I have traveled a lot in my life and have been to plenty of top end resorts but I can not remember ever being in an hotel where I found such a combination of quality of service (proper 5 stars care for the guest) and personalized, friendly relationship with owners, managers and staff. Imagine crossing a family owned B&B with a proper top end 5 stars hotel and you have an idea.
More to my admiration, the owners have managed to achieve this in the highest respect of the surrounding nature (the Osa peninsula is one of the most extraordinary naturalist paradise in the Americas): the hotel with its cabanas is immersed in nature.
The food we had there was the best we had during all our 2 weeks in Costa Rica (the grilled fish just caught will be remembered by my kids and me for a long time and we are difficult client when it comes to fish!!). Bfast could have been a touch better (all a bit too heavy) but still of good quality.
There are infinite adventures/activities around the hotel which are well organized by the staff at the hotel (Shawn Larking taking you to see the superpod of spinner dolphines was the highest point of our hols as my 3 young kids, my wife and my self played literally with hundreds of dolphines for over 2 hours).
Normally I would not make a review of a place like this in the hope to keep it a secret for a while longer (they have recently opened) but I felt treated almost as a friend visiting (rather than a paying guest) and as such could not recommend more this hotel.

  • Stayed December 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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Mike M, Owner at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort, responded to this review, January 13, 2013
Dear Claudio,

It's nice to have our efforts acknowledged. Thank you for taking the time to post an informative, honest and adoring review. We've designed and built this hotel in the hopes of sharing the area with people as enthusiastic and excited to participate in the ongoing conservation of the Osa Peninsula by choosing to spend your vacation here. We look forward to your return visit on the 27th, the highest compliment any hotel can receive.

Thank you so much!
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 2, 2013

Copa de Arbol is a truly special and unique place! From the moment you step onto the beach, you are welcomed into a first class jungle paradise. The owners and staff are wonderful; the food is excellent and the accommodations are lovely. This is a very remote location, but a really beautiful one. No phones or tv's, but no worries, they do have WIFI so our teenagers survived and had fun too! The resort offers many excursions (snorkeling, fishing, mangrove tours etc...) with knowledgeable, friendly guides. You can even see monkeys, birds, and other wildlife right on the property. A highlight for us was watching a group of monkeys swinging through the trees eating bananas just steps away from us! Copa de Arbol is definitely family friendly, but is also special enough for a romantic getaway.

  • Stayed December 2012, traveled with family
    • 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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Mike M, Owner at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort, responded to this review, January 5, 2013
Hi Lydia. We are truly happy that you enjoyed your stay. Thank you for sharing your experience at Copa De Arbol with other travelers. Glad the WIFI came in handy for the teens and hopefully Matthew got some nice photos of the monkey fiesta we got to partake in. Those monkeys were so close we could have touched them! Hopefully your trip back was easy and that you enjoyed the New Year's party with your friends back in New York. It was nice to meet your family and share the Copa De Arbol experience with all of you! Hope to see you and your family again in the near future.

Kindest Regards,

Mike and the Copa De Arbol Family
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 23, 2012 via mobile

In addition to the wonderful location and cabins, Copa de Arbol has "something" which many hotels and resorts unfortunately lack: a great team of people who sincerely enjoy to make your stay a beautiful experience, with a lot of room for personal interaction and attention in a "down-to-earth" kind of style. My wife and I felt completely at home and connected with all of them, and I highly recommend this hotel to anyone who considers a stay in the Drake Bay area.

  • Stayed December 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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Mike M, Owner at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort, responded to this review, December 29, 2012
Dear Frans,

Your enthusiasm for the area and it's wildlife both above and below the water is inspiring. We really enjoyed getting to know both you and Carmen during your stay with us.

We look forward to seeing the final results of the amazing footage that you shot on your adventure. Please let us know when the documentary is finished.

We hope to see you both on your next visit to Drake Bay. Keep on filming!

Mike and the Copa De Arbol Family
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 16, 2012

We stayed here for 3 nights during our trip to Costa Rica and learned that 3 nights is not enough! During the flight to Drake Bay, we were beginning to wonder if this was going to be worth the hassle to get there, but after arriving definitely felt it was worth it. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming, the cabina was immaculate, and the food was fantastic. During our stay we participated in the trip to Cano Island, did a night hike, and did the trip to Corcovado-Sirena station. The guide, Mauricio, was very knowledgeable about the wildlife and made sure the boat stopped for us to see dolphins while en route to both Cano Island and to Corcovado. We were not really expecting to food to be all that great, but boy were we wrong about that! Every meal was so delicious and made with fresh ingredients.

Our stay at Copa de Arbol was definitely the highlight of our trip, and if we were to travel back to Costa Rica we would probably want to just stay here the entire time instead of visiting multiple places.

  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 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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Mike M, Owner at Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort, responded to this review, December 29, 2012
Dear HokieDave,

We are happy to hear your stay with us was so great. You definitely partook in all the must-do activities while you were here and it sounds like you also were able to see the local dolphin pods too! We look forward to your next visit,

Mike
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Address: Drake Bay 60101, Costa Rica
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Location: Costa Rica > Province of Puntarenas > Osa Peninsula > Drake Bay
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Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Suites
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#1 Family Hotel in Drake Bay
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Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Copa de Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort 3.5*
Number of rooms: 8
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Copa De Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort is an intimate, remote eco-conscious beachfront Drake Bay resort set among 70 acres of pristine rainforest reserve. Located in Southern Pacific Costa Rica on the Osa Peninsula, perfectly situated between Drake Bay and the Corcovado National Park ... more   less 
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