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Costa Verde Inn

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La Rosalinda,300 Mts sur del Cementerio, Escazu 63734 Costa Rica
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#3 of 20 B&Bs / Inns in Escazu
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Peace and comfort, at the edge of San Jose - but high above all the traffic and crowds...In fine Costa Rican tradition, we can honestly say: My House Is Your House . . .
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
BBQ facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Secured parking
Wifi
Hot bath
Outdoor pool
Plunge pool
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Outdoor fireplace
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Laundry service
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Room features
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Private balcony
Telephone
Bottled water
Kitchenette
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Iron
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Residential Neighbourhood
Charming
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish

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La Rosalinda,300 Mts sur del Cementerio, Escazu 63734 Costa Rica
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Juan Santamaria Intl Airport11 kmSee all flights
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John Doe wrote a review Jan 2020
40 contributions6 helpful votes
The staff was friendly and the property is nice and tucked away. BUT - no air conditioning means if you manage to open the only functioning window you might just spend the night breathing cigar smoke. So bad it as still lingering in the air at breakfast. The construction noise during the day (they seem to use the site to do work on cars and other things) might make you forget. Sad because the view and the property are quite nice
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Room Tip: Choose a hotel that has air conditioning or at least functioning windows and no cigar smoke.
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Elizabetta526 wrote a review Aug 2019
Florida1 contribution2 helpful votes
I spent the worst night of my life in dank, dingy, musty room #7. Furniture appeared second hand. Lighting inadequate. The sheets had pubic hair on them and yellow stains; the pillow cases had makeup on them. The towels were dirty and also obviously not washed. Bathroom shower so dirty and moldy, I would not have showered even if there were clean towels to dry off. There was a monsoon that night that never let up and because there isn't a phone in the room and the front office is in a separate building, I was unable to request clean sheets/towels (or a clean room). The walls are not sound-proof. There were parents nearby who allowed their 2 kids to have screaming matches at 9:00 at night. The one child cried throughout the night. If there was a phone in the room, there is no staff after 10:00 PM to complain to anyway. I was too grossed out to even sit on the bed, so I sat on the chair all night, with my hands over my ears, trying to muffle out the sounds of a screaming kid. I couldn't wait to get out of that dump. Front desk was ''without authority" to reimburse me and didn't know who had authority to do so. Do yourself a favor, look elsewhere. Consider yourself duly warned.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Room Tip: Stay away from Room 7
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Colin M wrote a review Mar 2019
Greater Perth, Australia68 contributions17 helpful votes
Set on a hillside with views to San Jose and within walking distance of the small town of Escazú. It offers a variety of room configurations that have been sturdily constructed using native timber, stone and earthenware roof tiles. Furniture is also mainly crafted using solid local timber and genuine leather webbing. The accommodation is surrounded by high stone walls and the large solid timber gates are locked at night with access by guest key only. Everything dits well within nicely landscaped walkways and private areas outside some of the rooms. Rooms that have another room above are quite noisy as the floor is timber and every movement can be heard. Breakfast included scrambled or fried eggs with a rice, black bean and sautéed onion mix, orange juice and fresh fruit with unlimited toast and coffee. Cooking range in the room is a bit of a challenge, but the microwave and fridge was enough for me. Be prepared for insects if you leave your door open for any length of time. Small pool in area where breakfast is served which is not duitabld for unsupervised non swimming children due to the sloping bottom and depth. The walkways and all the rooms are lit with a variety of wine and spirits bottled that have been adapted to provide lamp shades. They look very nice at night along the accessway. Good free WiFi. There is a fire pit and a small library consisting of books other travelers have left behind - German, French, Spanish, Japanese etc Well priced, nice surroundings, felt comfortable.
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Try and get a dingle story room
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Blanquita69 wrote a review Feb 2019
Smyrna, Georgia16 contributions2 helpful votes
The good: The view from the apartment room 13 was amazing. Breakfast was good and the breakfast staff was great! Actually, most of the hotel staff were awesome (except one of the guys at the front desk). One of the grounds keepers was so awesome that he used a ladder to get oranges from a tree for my mom. Beautiful people! The beautiful and rustic decor, the furniture, the rocking chairs, even the chandeliers - it all adds to the charm that pull you out of the city and into a small paradise. The bad: The hotel is very poorly managed. The day of our flight, before we arrived in Costa Rica, I called the hotel to ask for a late check-in (after 10pm) and to make arrangements for a car to pick us up from the airport. When we arrived in San José and I called the hotel to see if the car was on its way I was told that no arrangements could be made and that I had to get a taxi from the airport. I was upset but did not allow this to put a damper on my trip. We got a taxi and arrived at the hotel. The gentleman that greeted us (looked like a grounds keeper) was really nice. The other man in the small office did not even say hello and could care less that we were there and excited to start our trip. We checked in and the grounds-keeper-looking-guy walked us to our room. As soon as he opened the door I said, “the is not the room I reserved.” So we went back to the office (it was almost 11pm now) and he said we were right and that our room was not ready yet. He apologized for the mixup and said that other people were occupying our room but that he would give us a better one for that night and that the following day he would move us into the room I reserved. We got to the “better room” and it was really nice, but it still wasn’t what I had reserved. We had been traveling all day and were tired, so we started getting our things together to freshen up and get some rest so that we could pack the following day with activities. I opened the fridge and there was no water to drink for purchase. I looked around and there was no bottled water anywhere in the room. Every hotel, bed&breakfast or Inn I have stayed in around the world offers bottled water in the room for a price $$. There was none here. I walked to the lobby/front office and asked if they had water for sale. They said that they had no water, that delivery person forgot and that they only had soda and beer (what?! are you kidding me?!). Now I was beyond upset. I called the hotel before I left the USA, I told them at what time I was arriving, gave them flight information, told them I needed a car service, told them at what time I needed to check-in, and that I was traveling with a senior and a teenager. Over the phone they said yes, yes, no problem... We got there and the night staff was awful!You would think that they would have ensured a car was sent to the airport, that the correct room was ready and that there was at least water in the room even if they had to pickup a few bottles from a nearby store and charged 3x the value as an option! Nothing. The following morning, after breakfast, I went to the front office, complained and then scheduled two tours - one for that same day and another for the following day. We went on our tour that day and left our luggage packed and when we arrived back at the hotel the staff had moved everything to the correct room. The new room was awesome, rustic, cabin-like with a fantastic view. However, I received no credit or anything on my final bill for the mistake the first night. At the last minute I had to cancel the tour we scheduled for the second day because my mom was not feeling well, and they did not charge a cancellation fee. That was the only concession we received. They were pretty good about calling a taxi whenever we needed one to go to the city, or shopping or to the restaurants. Other than that we enjoyed and made the best of our time in Costa Rica and at the hotel.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Constance G wrote a review Feb 2019
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Room # 14 was a nightmare. Near the front entry, motorcycles, cars, and people were a constant noise. There is no insulation between floors and there was the constant noise of footsteps from above. The accommodations stark, no frills at all. When I arrived the staff person at the reception site did not stop working on the computer even when I asked him to help me. I love great service and there was none. Pictures are deceiving. I expected a place of serenity and peace. I am here to finish major dental work and wanted a place that I could relax and enjoy after a long day in the dentist chair. I should have followed my gut. I emailed before arriving to ask for recommendations for car rental and hotels in the La Fortuna / Arenal area. I was told I could only rent a car by the week (not), that I should wait to arrange car rental after I arrived. Don't bother. Lots of ants in bathroom and kitchen area.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Room Tip: In the hills above the cemetery. Getting to the center of town is expensive, even with Uber, 900...
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PRICE RANGE
US$45 - US$74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
costa verde hotel escazu
LOCATION
Costa RicaProvince of San JoseSan Jose MetroEscazu
NUMBER OF ROOMS
21
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Frequently Asked Questions about Costa Verde Inn
What are some of the property amenities at Costa Verde Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Costa Verde Inn?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Costa Verde Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Costa Verde Inn?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Costa Verde Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Raw Co. Juicery & Food, Pocket, and Sin Domicilio Fijo.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Costa Verde Inn?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Costa Verde Inn have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Costa Verde Inn offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Costa Verde Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Costa Verde Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Costa Verde Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Teatro Nacional Costa Rica (7.9 km) and Chepeteando/ San José a pie (7.8 km).