Since coming to Quepos/Manuel Antonio, our hotels have been either really bad or really amazing.
Vista Serena is so good, we actually changed our travel plans, just to stay at this hotel. The rooms are quiet, but lack AC. No in room wi-fi, but they do have hot water showers.
My girlfriend and I got the private room which includes a semiprivate kitchen/living room (shared with one other couple). The living room/kitchen/and view are the best I have ever had for $50/night and the vibe of the place is great.
We don't have a car, and the busses/taxis make travel to and from wherever you want to go quite easy. There is a grocery store a 5 min walk away and do yourself a favor and catch dinner at Barba Rosa Resteraunt.
My grifriend and I view is amazing, and Quepos/Manuel Antonio are great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hostel is nestled into the heart of the jungle in Manuel Antonio center with a breathtaking ocean and sunset view over the green canopy. From very affordable dormitory bunk beds to slightly more luxurious private rooms with ocean view- we have it all and it all comes with a free continental breakfast in the morning! The common terrace area has hammocks for lounging and reading a book or just taking a snooze amongst the squawks of scarlet macaws and the touch of the ocean breeze. There is also a fully equipped communal kitchen and TV lounge with cable and dvds to watch. The spread out set up of the cabins allows us to be both family friendly and also party friendly, bringing together a unique combo of the two. Just remember at Hostel Vista Serena we host the fun!! Pura Vida! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Vista Serena Hotel Manuel Antonio National Park
- Hostel Vista Serena Costa Rica/Manuel Antonio