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AC needed in November

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AC needed in November

We will be in Dominical in November. We found some nice hotels but they don't have AC in the room. Is AC a must in November or is it rather a 'nice to have'?

We're from Belgium and used to cool/cold evenings and nights.

Thanks for some advice.

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1. Re: AC needed in November

A/C is not a most...we growed up in Costa Rica without them...but of course if you really need them ...that may be a little problem...since at early night times can be kind of hot...later at night it will cool off...but yes if you like cold...you may need a/c.

Let me know if you have aby more questions..

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2. Re: AC needed in November

Most hotels that do not have AC have fans, usually ceiling fans, which should work for you. If they don't have any fans at all, I would be a little wary since coastal areas don't cool off at night as much as mountain areas plus it will be very humid.

Remember, Costa Rica is warm year round - just really two seasons: wet and dry and temperature has to do with elevation not time of year.

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