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Of all the places Caravan had us stay, this and the Barcelo were two that, if the price were well w/i my husband's and my 2-star budget standards, we might have stayed at on our own DESPITE 'average' reviews on TripAdvisor or Booking.com. I heard...More
The roof-top bar looks across Manuel Antonio National Park to the Pacific Ocean. Watch toucans and squirrel monkeys from your balcony. Walk to the park entrance. Soak in the swimming pool after a walk in the park. Great rooms, excellent location, delicious food, wonderful service.
This hotel is great. We had a lovely warm welcome after transferring form another Hotel in Manuel Antonio where we had experienced some issues. The staff are super friendly especially the guys/girls on reception and in the restaurant.
The room was spacious and had everything...More
Hotel San Bada is a high quality resort. The staff must be hand picked because they are kind, thoughtful, truthful, helpful, and skilled. We had wonderful interactions with all of the staff we encountered but front desk Fabian, rooftop bar Emilio, and Cristhin at the...More
We spent 3 nights at the beautiful San Bada Hotel. It is literally right next to the gate to the Manuel Antonio National Park. The rooms were clean, beautiful, and faced the Pacific Ocean. A family of over 40 monkeys danced through the trees the...More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was... More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was warm! I didn't want more clothing!