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Reviewed May 29, 2013

Stayed here for six nights as part of a Groupon deal which included several activities off the property. As others have mentioned the rooms are spacious and the balconies large and perfect for viewing Volcan Arenal when it is not clouded over. The hotel is designed so that every room faces the volcano so there really is no 'bad' room, but upper floor rooms really are best in my opinion. Our first morning we literally had NO hot water - apparently we shared a water tank with the room across from us which included three 20-something girls. While that did not happen again the water pressure was never great. The breakfast buffet was not huge but contained enough to please most and there was a lady who made eggs to order. Cabs INTO town cost $5; cabs back to the hotel $4. If you want to do the Rainforest Chocolate Tour, it is only 100 meters (a little over 300 feet) from the hotel - just make sure you call from the front desk and make a reservation so you're not charged for using the phone in your room. At night the toads are all over the place so get your flashlights and cameras out...they're huge! We did not eat at the hotel other than breakfast but instead ate in town...Soda Viquez being our hands down favorite. Also, if you want to do laundry they do not have a self-serve laundry here - they charge by the piece. We took our clothes into town and paid half the price to get our laundry done.

Room tip: Get a second floor room
Date of stay: May 2013
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3  Thank Suzski
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Paul V, Manager at Casa Luna Hotel & Spa, responded to this reviewResponded August 12, 2013

Dear Guest, thank you that your comments help us to improve day by day. Our effort is to provide the best service and make your stay relaxing and enjoyable.
We are taking care about the hot water tanks.
Many Thanks

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Reviewed May 28, 2013

We spent 3 nights at Casa Luna and loved every minute. The hotel is in a perfect location for anything you might want to do in the area - 2 km from the Waterfall (although up a very steep and rocky hill), a short drive from the National Park (Volcano) and a short walk into the La Fortuna town (the walk is an easy 2.5 km, we did it every day and it took just under 30 minutes). It is also far enough away from the main road that it provides a quiet, relaxing place to go at the end of a long day of sightseeing. The grounds are extremely well kept and the pool is beautifully landscaped and a great place to relax.
The rooms themselves are spacious, very clean and have great Air conditioning that keeps things cool. Each room also has a balcony that has an amazing view of the volcano. What more could you want!? The staff at the hotel are very helpful and breakfast was a nice selection of fresh fruit, eggs, rice & beans, plantains, bread and more. We too were referred to Wilson the taxi driver, who we highly recommend and gave us some great dinner suggestions!
Walking by many of the other hotels in the area, we were very happy with our choice of Casa Luna and would definitely stay there again.

Date of stay: May 2013
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1  Thank gt13
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Reviewed May 28, 2013

We stayed at Casa Luna with a Living Social Deal at the end of April.
Everything was great! Perfect location to do every activity.
The staff was very accomodating and friendly. The room was very nice as well, we requested a second floor room to get a better view of the volcano.
Everything was great, loved Costa Rica!! One regret, that we didn't make part of our trip a visit to the ocean. Overall highly recommend as long as you an adventure and nature lover!
( one thing, don't leave any food out!) The ants will attack within minutes.

Also, make sure to not miss the waterfall near by. Absolutely worth the hike, we almost didn't make it over because our schedule was so jammed packed+ with activities. We ended up going at 8am when it opened, took a cab, did the hike and had the cab driver come back and get us. We had to leave a 10:30am to go rafting. So worth it!! Not to be missed!

Room tip: Ask for a second floor room.
Date of stay: April 2013
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Thank Andrea Z
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Reviewed May 27, 2013

Location: Casa Luna is a bit out of the way, about a 5 min drive from the main part of La Fortuna town. The good thing is that it is within walking distance of the La Fortuna Falls and has beautiful balconey views of Arenal and surrounding mountains. Casa Luna is beautifully landscaped so it just feels like an extension of the surrounding scenery (see photo).

Rooms: Really charming 4-plex buildings (2 stacked on 2) (see photo). The rooms have rustic decorations and are reasonable in size, though I would not consider it spacious. We stayed in a room with 2 queen beds (3 people) and were comfortable. Despite the cleanliness, there is no avoiding a couple bugs sneaking into the rooms. Amenities include airconditioning, a small fridge, soaps and shampoos. If you are doing a lot of activities, the large shower is good for getting everything washed! Best feature is that each suite has a balcony facing Arenal volcano. Great place to sit, relax and do some bird watching.

Service: Warm and welcoming staff that are helpful but unintrusive. Willing to help organize tours of the area if need be. There is a moderate sized pool on the property that was clean and inviting, with what looks to be a swim up bar in the making. Best of all, Casa Luna featured an open-air restaurant (see photo) where the abundance (hot and cold) buffet breakfast was served each morning. If you have a large group, it is a great place to hang out. We enjoyed a couple dinners and lunches there as well. Because of their distance from the main town, I would suggest they broaden their menu a little more for different palates. Right now there is a heavy slant towards Italian inspired food. Their pastas are not the best, but certainly the fried fresh fish was delicious, as is the brownie dessert.

All in all, a really happy and rustic stay. We really enjoyed the peace and sense of being out in nature. Would recommend anyone who doesn't mind being in a quieter location with a few inconveniences.

Date of stay: March 2013
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Thank Hiu Yee K
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Reviewed May 27, 2013

Good - good size rooms, large bathrooms, large balcony with comfy seating, gorgeous property with lots of birds, frogs and flowers to enjoy, lovely pool area, helpful staff who speak fair English

Bad - food at restaurant pricey and not a great selection, not walking distance to the main town - an issue if you do not have a car

Just a lovely stay at the Casa Luna! We were there 4 nights and I could have spent the whole week. We loved watching the birds from our balcony! We saw hummingbirds all the time, and even a toucan showed up! The staff were very nice and helpful.

Definitely do the chocolate tour that is just down the street!!

Room tip: Second floor, higher up for a better view of the gardens and wildlife!
Date of stay: May 2013
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Thank cballarino
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