Looking for a place to stay in La Fortuna de San Carlos? Then look no further than Hotel Magic Mountain, a charming hotel that brings the best of La Fortuna de San Carlos to your doorstep.
Hotel Magic Mountain offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available.
The hotel offers a concierge and room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Nearby landmarks such as Iglesia de La Fortuna de San Carlos (1.4 mi) and Arenal Vida Campesina (2.4 mi) make Hotel Magic Mountain a great place to stay when visiting La Fortuna de San Carlos.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Nene's Restaurant, Chifa La Familia Feliz, and Marisqueria Snapper's House, which are some seafood restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular hot springs like Tabacon Hot Springs, Ecotermales Fortuna, and Rio Chollin, which are all a short distance from the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Magic Mountain as you experience everything La Fortuna de San Carlos has to offer.
The rooms look out towards the volcano and panoramic views. The room I stayed in was modern with good services and very comfortable. Breakfast was plentiful with a wide choice of hot or cold or both. The bar insisted on plsying loud music which made conversation impossible however the happy hour more than compensated.
We were here for 3 nights. Its in a good location for the activities in Arenal. Rooms are pleasant and clean. It has a lovely pool with a great view of the volcano. If you go to the end of the property there is another jacuzzi out of the way which is lovely and quiet. The food at the pool area is really good. If you dont want to eat at the hotel there are plenty of restaurants within a few minutes safe walk. The bar upstairs was nice but very loud.
This resort style multi level hotel is located right on the highway and easy to find but is not walking distance to the town. You can take a healthy walk to a market and there is a large souvenir shop across the street about a half block as well. But there are no sidewalks on most of the walk area and it is uneven terrain. Our check in with the group was quick and cordial even serving a complimentary cocktail. Finding rooms was a little trickier as the there are separate tower buildings spread out on the property and it required walking the property some. Once in our room we found it to be very nice with two beds, a balcony which overlooked a hot tub and pool area all in lovely meticulously kept tropical settings and the Arenal Volcano in the background. The day we arrived was the best view of the volcano with just a little cloud cover on the tip top of it. The second day there was much more cloud cover. It was a lovely view. The room was very clean and also had a small desk, small refrigerator, coffeemaker and TV but no notepad or pen. There was a small working safe but it sits out in the open on a counter and there was no alarm clock. The bed had a good firmness and very comfortable but the pillows were a bit too fluffy. The floors throughout the room were marble or porcelain tile. At night you could hear some mumbling from people talking in adjoining rooms but not bad. The rooms are set back from the main road, which is only two lanes, so really no road noise that we heard. The bathroom was all in one with a nice sink and walk-in shower with a rain showerhead. There was a handicap bar by the toilet. There also wasn’t any shampoo or Kleenex supplied in the bathroom but there was conditioner and lotion. The soap tray was loose on the wall but didn’t fall off. There was no magnifying mirror as some resorts offer in a bathroom. Our balcony had two Adirondack chairs and a table with wrought iron railing and enough privacy to not see the adjoining balconies but you could go to the rail and lean a bit and talk to someone if you had companions in the adjoining rooms. This hotel had several landscaped areas, two pools and five hot tub areas convenient to the buildings. The pool our room overlooked had a swim up bar and pizza with happy hour specials. We never saw anyone using it while we were there though. The Lina restaurant is located in the front portion of the property just off the highway with parking in the front. At all our meals here the doors were open and a breeze came through and sometimes the traffic noise too but the inside noise level was mostly low. Since our tour group was staying at this resort this is the restaurant we ate all our meals at and they were all buffet style. The food was all very good with a good selection and a chef station for some other options. At breakfast they served fruit, eggs, potatoes, cereals, breads, beans, rice, hot tea, coffee, milk and they also had a made-to-order omelet station. The desserts were not real impressive for dinner. There was plenty of table seating for meals and the wait staff was attentive. Just out the door of the restaurant is a stairway that goes up to the bar. The hotel bar is located on top of the restaurant with access from the restaurant dining area as well as from a front outside door. They also have a spa at the hotel offering a variety of reasonable spa services you can make reservations for. It was a nice experience on a two day stay and all of the staff was friendly and accommodating.…
Our room was very comfortable however smelled musty when we walked in, the bathroom was nice and had a really nice waterfall shower head but not the best pressure. The water stayed hot as well. The beds and sheets were comfortable and their breakfast had a lot of options, The staff was really nice and made sure I was comfortable. the views are beautiful and so is the small pool. Overall no complaints.
We stayed here as part of a Caravan Tour through Costa Rica. This was one of my favorite hotels. Our room had a lovely balcony that overlooked the pool, a field of grazing cattle and the volcano (however it was cloudy in February and we couldn't see the top of the volcano.) There is a lovely pool and several hot tubs. Be sure to check out the one in the back. It's the most secluded, peaceful with a waterfall and largest. The food at this hotel was wonderful. Our tour included breakfasts and dinner buffets at the hotel. The selection of food and quality of food were very good. The staff is friendly and the housekeepers made a little elephant out of towels that greeted us when we returned from being out for the day on excursions. This hotel is also in walking distance of some great shops. We didn't have time to check them out, but drove by them and they looked great if you wanted to pick up some gifts or souvenirs. I would definitely stay at this hotel again. Due to this being part of a Caravan package, I am not able to rate the cost of the hotel.…