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We just returned from four superb nights at MBTS and I'm experiencing the pain of withdrawal. The hotel is stunning and the service was outstanding. After starting our CR trip with a lovely three-night visit to the Arenal volcano and hot springs area at a...More
Makanda by the sea, my favourite spot in Manuel Antonio to relax. A mesmerising view, amazing wildlife, super designed everywhere and lovely staff! An incredible swimming pool WITH an underwater audio system!!!! A place I highly recommend in Manuel Antonio.
My husband and I researched for days on where to go in Costa Rica for our honeymoon. Eventually, during an in-depth Google Maps search, we came upon Hotel Makanda and thought it would be the perfect place to stay during our week in Manuel Antonio...More
Hotel Makanda in Manuel Antonio is second to none … Let me start by saying the staff was incredible and extremely hospitable. Both receptionists we dealt with were kind, respectful and full of information. The rooms were immaculate and the staff went over every detail...More
Spent a day at Makanda at the pool and it was absolutely incredible. The architecture is something worth marveling over, words and pictures cannot do enough justice. The whole layout of the pool area, with the view of the ocean are absolutely divine. Spent and...More
Hi. There's no direct route to walk to the beach from the resort. We actually DID walk to the resort but we had to go out of the resort, walk up a two-way street, down a rock/dirt path, etc. It took about 30 minutes to... More
Hi. There's no direct route to walk to the beach from the resort. We actually DID walk to the resort but we had to go out of the resort, walk up a two-way street, down a rock/dirt path, etc. It took about 30 minutes to walk there.