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Hotel de Montana y Restaurante Suria

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We are pleased to offer you: 1- 20 Charming rustic yet modern suites, each boasting a private bath. 2- A total capacity of 60 people (any combination of triples, doubles and singles) 3- Our dining room, where you may enjoy local flavors, including trout from the region 4- Safe parking 5- Horseback riding 6- Guided birdwatching tours 7- Transportation 8- Personalized service 9- Credit cards accepted 10 Telephone and internet service available.
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Free Parking
Breakfast included
Free Internet
Breakfast Available
Laundry Service
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Accessible rooms
Family Rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms
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A great place to stay but be ready a 30-60 minutes drive downhill on steep narrow roads, that being said, it is not bad once you know what to expect. The road is paved, a 4x4 makes it easy just take your time, slow and steady is the way to go. The views are fantastic and worth
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We spent two nights at the hotel and we found it to be very relaxing and peaceful. We went in September so make sure to wear warm clothing because it is cold! All you hear are birds and the river nearby. I would return and recommend to friends and family.
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We cannot rave enough about this property situated right at the bottom of the valley – the road literally ends in the property (10 mins beyond Trogon Lodge and 5 mins past Savegre Hotel). While its landscaping is not a work of art as Trogon Lodge’s is (where we also stayed on
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We stayed at the Suria Lodge on the Rio Savegre with a group of Road Scholar birders. The road in is terrifying but we had a great driver who had earned all of our trust by trip's end. The roadway would be very perilous in the rainy season and recent landslide damage is still
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Rooms are nice and rustic with big picture windows for you to enjoy during the day. Very chilly at nights but well equipped with blankets and a heater. Views are amazing and there are lots of birds and flowers. Included breakfast is not the best.
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Habitaciones y jardín Suria
Las habitaciones son pequeñas cabañas alrededor de una zona verde con agua
a beautiful day
Sloppy "trim" work.
Anyone know how to hang a mirror straight?
Hi Motte01, It is probably faster to go to San Jose first and then take a bus in the direction of San Isidro ge General. The public bus from Quepos to San Jose is around $6-7; they go quite regularly and it takes about two and a half to three hours. To get to San Gerardo to Dota you take a bus towards San Isidro ge General and need to ask the driver to drop you off at km 80. This will be around two to three hours and about $10-11. The problem is then getting to San Gerardo de Dota; there are no public buses from the drop off- you have to arrange a taxi or pick up with the hotel- it is still about 30km to San Gerardo, descending a long and pretty road into the valley. Alternatively, at least for part of the journey you can use Interbus or Grayline from Quepos/Manual Antonio to San Jose, which is $50 and will be a lot faster and more comfortable than the public buses. Unfortunately, neither company travels to San Gerardo ( it is a bit off the beaten track). You can get a private shuttle to take you San Jose-San Gerardo ( one and a half hours) ; I think it is around $100 each way ( per vehicle not per person). If you want to contact me on facebook and I can help you with a booking Facebook-MyHolidayInCostaRica Good luck. Stewart
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Hi DMCCutchan: I'll have to agree and dissagree with the previous person. I 100% Agree and reccomend you rent a car. Dota is Crazy Beautiful and Dominical... well i'm not a huge fan there are prettier places, however, transport between them... not good is always more enjoyable to have independence and GPS/Waze works just fine. I did the drive not too long ago to Suria which is basically the very last hotel in the San Gerardo area and is was actually quite a fun drive it took me 1.5h to get there... the highway is a extremely high transit route so just be careful and don't lag behind. Once you get to the off-road part yes there are very many hairpins and cliffs but if you are careful and drive slowly you will enjoy it and it will become part of the wonderful story you will tell. I dissagree with "Driving in costa rica is challenging" is not... there are worst places like NYC or CDMX or India... #PacienceIsKey but you should be just fine. Drop the bus idea it will probably be too costly. Best wishes on your journey to our beautiful country!!
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Buenos días estimado Sr.@. Con todo gusto le brindamos al información requerida. Con toda confianza puede venir en automóvil. En estos días se le ha dado mantenimiento El camino tiene pendientes para lo cual le aconsejamos, manejar despacio.
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Teléfono: 27401004 Y tiene sitio web, sólo que el sistema de tripadvisor no permite ligarlo.
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"The cabins away from the main lodge. Under construction was a cabin next to a river that looked like it would be fantastic when finished."
"Front cabinas have good wifi"
"wifi was only available in the restaurant and service desk."
"Don't go to this hotel"
"The rooms away from the central garden sit in a more natural area and have great views from their porches. I didn't see the interiors."
$86 - $107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Costa RicaProvince of San JoseSan Gerardo de Dota
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