My partner and I stayed at La Aurora in the off season, 2012 for $25.00 total per night. The hotel is lots of fun, with many communal spaces spread throughout the 3 story building. The rooms are clean, and for the same price as a normal room, we got to choose the one with the river-rock bathroom. There is also a communal kitchen, A/C or fan depending on how much you want to pay (A/C is $35.00 per night), and fridge. The hotel staff are very friendly and helpful. It was also very conveniently located close to downtown, but not so close that you couldn't sleep from noise. All around a great, safe, clean place to stay. I would stay there again if we came back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Aurora is the first hotel in Montezuma since 1984 and has a 24 hrs. service. It offers great lounge area and wooden deck with seating area, hammocks, and cable TV surrounded by lush gardens and the nature allure of Montezuma enchantments and a view to the pacific ocean. It is located 20 minutes' walk from "La Cascada", the Montezuma River Waterfall. The rooms and suites offer a private bathroom and a fan. The suites also feature air conditioning, mini fridge and a private furnished balcony with hammocks. Guests at Hotel Aurora can use the common kitchen and they can find a variety of restaurants within 100 metres. Activities such as Isla de Tortuga Island tours can be arranged and it takes 40 minutes' boat trip to reach the area. This hotel is 30 minutes' drive from Cabo Blanco National Park and from Santa Teresa Beach. Juan Santamaria International Airport and the one in Liberia is a 3-hour drive away. The national airport Tambor is 20 minutes away ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Aurora Montezuma