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This was the perfect place to start our Costa Rica vacation and to decompress after several stressful, cold months. The property is impeccably maintained and rooms comfortable and spacious. The beach is across the dirt road with plenty of beach chairs. You can walk endlessly...More
What is not to like about a place that masterfully brings beach, jungle, great food and great services together?
Although I love the Costa Rican Central Pacific, it had never crossed my mind to stay down near to Parrita. I did not even know there...More
This is one of the most beautiful places we have ever stayed. The resort itself is just beautiful, the grounds are immaculately manicured and taken care of, and the room is gorgeous. It is a picture postcard perfect place. The air conditioner in the room...More
When considering staying at the Clandestino, you really do need to rent a car if you ever want to leave the property. It is a 20 minute drive to ANYTHING else, and even farther if you are heading in to Jaco or Manuel Antonio. With...More
This resort if lovely. The rooms and the grounds are both luxurious. However, the staff handling the reservations is difficult to work with. Started our trip off in a very unpleasant manner. They really need to work on their communication/customer service skills... They overbooked the...More
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When I traveled there in 2015 in the month of November their Caesar salad for 5700 colones, guacamole for 4500 colones hamburger for 5300 colones a dessert was around 5000-6000 colones... So for the things on the menu that... More
When I traveled there in 2015 in the month of November their Caesar salad for 5700 colones, guacamole for 4500 colones hamburger for 5300 colones a dessert was around 5000-6000 colones... So for the things on the menu that are not expensive they are reasonable they did have items on the menu that were considerably more expensive (lobster, for example, I believe it was around $25-$30 US dollars). But on average our lunch daytime snacks, dinner with Dessert ran between 40,000 colones and 55,000 colones for myself, my husband and my six-year-old/day. He and I split a lot of meals. Which is not unusual for us....
No nightlife like a band or DJ. The bar is open until, I think around nine or 10 in the evening. The nightlife would be your self people to work in the bar and the other guests. Hope that helps!