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This hotel was a very pleasant place to stay, especially after a less desirable hotel the night before during our tour. The lighting in the bathroom could have been better. We stayed in room 302, which had 2 king beds one in a loft which...More
My local travel agent recommended El Establo to me as a prime honeymoon destination and she was spot on! The customer service was incredible. ALL employees went out of their way to ensure that our needs were met. The excursions offered directly from the property...More
My husband and I had mixed feelings about this hotel, as it had its good and bad points. We stayed for three nights and were very happy with the quality of the rooms, which were spacious, comfortable, and offered a balcony with a beautiful view....More
We had to journey over windy, bumpy roads to get here, but El Establo was a welcome respite. The hotel is on a mountain and the higher room numbers are higher up the mountain. We were in the 800 building so we had fabulous views...More
8 hotels in 10 days- this was the swishest of them all.This was just such a dream stay, the drive to the hotel was an expedition- we drove to the huge lake with a dam on one side, it is a glorious stretch of water...More
$106 - $271 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I found the breakfast buffet at each hotel to be very similar. Some items you can find are "typical" Costa Rican food like rice and beans and American food like cereals, oatmeal, yogurt, waffles and pancakes (at some... More
I found the breakfast buffet at each hotel to be very similar. Some items you can find are "typical" Costa Rican food like rice and beans and American food like cereals, oatmeal, yogurt, waffles and pancakes (at some places), eggs, etc. All buffets had juice, coffee, water, milk, tea and fruits like bananas, pineapple, papaya, etc. Hope you have fun!
Yes there are hair dryers. The buffet breakfast has fresh fruits of all kinds, different flavors of yogurt, eggs, sausage, jalapeño poppers, rice, beans, bread for toast, etc. There is a small market that has everything... More
Yes there are hair dryers. The buffet breakfast has fresh fruits of all kinds, different flavors of yogurt, eggs, sausage, jalapeño poppers, rice, beans, bread for toast, etc. There is a small market that has everything you'd need walking distance, about 7 minutes walk towards town. A very large supermarket is a 3 minute, $3 taxi ride away.