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The staff here are very friendly and work hard to ensure your stay is enjoyable. Everything is kept very clean. The food was amazing. Was very impressed that the lunch buffet was kept in an enclosed glass cooler Some of our favourites were Randall in...More
We arrived early October along with tropical storm Nate. Day 1 we were joined by the Coati for breakfast, he loves water melon! Tropical storm Nate was an interesting experience, we were disgusted to hear people moaning about the reduced food offering, no electricity or...More
Me and my boyfriend visited the Riu Guancaste late June 2017 and spent 2 weeks here. Hotel is lovely. The hotel itself is located hidden away nicely and not too far away from the local town 'Coco Beach'.
The rooms are slightly dated however not...More
Our second year in a row to visit all was good and seamless as expected.
the all inclusive aspect of it was great again.
Staffing was more than helpful for our needs.
The hotel grounds were clean.
We can not wait to return
Where to start....For context, we have stayed in about 20 All Inclusives previously, we have been to Costa Rica before, and we stayed at another Riu in Mexico last Christmas. This place was the worst resort we have been to out of all of them,...More
Yes, they rent jet skis at the resort. They have a jet ski tour that is guided and great. Takes you up the coast to a couple of beaches where you will see sting ray, turtles, possible whales, and Kodi's, the Costa Rica... More
Yes, they rent jet skis at the resort. They have a jet ski tour that is guided and great. Takes you up the coast to a couple of beaches where you will see sting ray, turtles, possible whales, and Kodi's, the Costa Rica raccoon. Worth the $ if you decide to go.