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Myself and my partner ended our honeymoon for four nights at Plaza Yara, and we couldn’t have been happier with our decision.
We arrived early and the hotel got our room ready for us, and the receptionist was so welcoming. Impressions of the hotel were...More
We had a great stay at Plaza Yara, mainly thanks to the very friendly and helpful staff. The location to the National park is perfect and most interesting places are within 10 mins drive.
The hotel looks great, nice artwork and a spacious shared area....More
This hotel is situated in a nice area, filled with restaurants and it's not too far from the beach. The rooms are quite large, with a balcony. You can spot monkeys in the morning from your room or while having breakfast. The breakfast is also...More
The hotel is full of original artwork. Our room was spacious and the beds were very comfortable. We enjoyed the free hot breakfast and spent time reading by the pool. We hired Roger to take us on a tour of Manuel Antonio Park. He had...More
Maybe it is not the hotel that is closest to the National Park or the beach, but that does not matter so much when you find a giant room (I stayed at # 12). The hotel has received excellent maintenance and the staff is super...More
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Several kilometers, the road consists of hills and curves where the drivers won' t see you until they run you over. There is a very frequent bus to Manuel Antonio from just down the road, 300 colones one way, a more... More
Several kilometers, the road consists of hills and curves where the drivers won' t see you until they run you over. There is a very frequent bus to Manuel Antonio from just down the road, 300 colones one way, a more convenient alternative.