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This was our third stop in Costa Rica near Sarapiqui. These lodges are owned by Jean Pierre. He told us a lot about the history of this place and helped us organizing our rafting trip. The room was very good with nice beds and a...More
We just stayed over night on our way to the caribean beaches. Great and welcoming owner who provides you lots of useful recommendations. Had a great homemade breakfast and were enjoying the cool terrace with all the wild animals around. Highly recommend to walk the...More
Hacienda La Isla is a nice place (an old converted farm) to see but not to stay in. The old building is very nice and it may be a nice hotel if some basic rules were respected.
First, the access to the hotel is quite...More
The hacienda is a converted farm in beautiful grounds. The rooms are basic with grids on some windows that mega- mosquitoes could easily fly through. The drinks are extortionately priced. The cocoa tour is contrived and don't be fooled by the chocolate bar story. We...More
A very interesting hotel based upon an old farm. Very comfortable, but don't expect too much in the way of luxury. Grounds are beautiful, and the Cocao tour is interesting.
Make sure you have plenty of insect repellent, because they are around, and quite hungry
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US$79 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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