Issimo Suites Boutique Hotel and Spa

Address: Waterfront, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, 6350, Costa Rica | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Waterfront, Manuel Antonio National Park.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

          Historical Traveler Reviews Issimo Suites Boutique Hotel and Spa Manuel Antonio National Park

          Wow, what a great place for a family vacation!!!!!


          We can't say enough about how wonderful our experience was at Issimo Family Suite Hotel in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica!!! We have never experienced such an incredible hospitality before.

          The management team, including Maguiel and Alejandro, was so friendly and helpful. What was especially impressive was the gracious hospitality of the owner and his entire family!!! They made us feel like we were part of their family. They often took their time to give us wonderful recommendations for area restaurants, tours, and shopping. In several occasions, they even took us to places in their personal car...

          Hotel rooms were absolutely stunning! I would highly recommend suite#1 and suite#2 with their great view of the ocean. Hotel rooms were clean and very comfortable. ...perfect for a family...

          We had such a great experience; we would highly recommend to any family for a rare treat...

          Bravo! Brav-ISSIMO!!!

          Excellent Experience!


          This is a pristine place with incredible views, fresh ocean breezes, and has a super family running it!

          When there, I saw a lesbian couple, a business man from Panama, and met many locals that came for dinner.

          There were smiling faces each day. The staff is very relaxed and ready to give it their all. The design and style of the place was fun, creative, and elegant.

          Highly recommended!

          Issimo Suites was unforgettable


          The time our family spent at Issimo Suites was unforgettable. Our kids rated our suite with 10 stars. The view was magnificent, the weather perfect, the staff was welcoming, experienced and very helpful. Our family was able to fit in as if we were part of the hotel family. Breakfast and dinner were cooked on the spot by a knowledgeable chef and the atmosphere was relaxed and inviting. The hotel was designed to co-exist in harmony with nature. Native species of flora and fauna flourish and contribute to the overall effect. We have fallen in love with it and will return shortly to begin our new life in Manuel Antonio Beach.

          Jane and Henry Perez, Fl, USA

          Liked the location, saddened by their policies


          My mother and I stayed at this hotel and we enjoyed its wonderful aesthetics. So much so that I recommended the hotel to some good friends of ours (a lesbian couple) who wanted to visit with their children. They sent a reservation request and the hotel staff did not dignify it with a response. I did a little research and it seems that they in fact do not allow gay couples or gay families. It is a shame and quite surprising since the Manuel Antonio area is one of the most progressive in Costa Rica.

          That said, their location is quite unique but I think there are much better options in the area.

          God bless

          Wonderful place to stay


          A wonderful place to stay. The place is very clean and modern. The staff are knowledgable and helpful.

          The most wonderful hotel we 've ever seen!


          During our honeymoon in Costa Rica, we stayed at Issimo Suites.

          It was just amazing! We couldn't have imagined a better place to stay for our honeymoon. For us it was more than just a hotel: it was an experience on its own to stay there. We were very impressed by the beautiful, thoughtfully designed rooms and the oceanview from the Jaccouzi. What a dream!

          For us the hotel was also very well-situated: in the middle of nature, close to a deserted beach and the national park.

          We also really appreciated the sincere friendliness of all the people from the hotel. We immediately felt at home.

          Although Costa Rica is really far from Belgium, we hope to return soon to this paradise. Especially at Issimo Suites!!



          Our experience @ Issimo Suites was superb. We received superior service & got to know the very friendly staff. Also we were able to meet the owners of the resort. They were very welcoming & we felt like one big family. Our suite was unique & beautiful, just as the view from our room was a swell. We didnīt want to leave. We certainly appreciated the service & hospitality we received. Made our second aniversary one to remember. We will be returning very soon to visit our new friends again.

          Blake and Michelle Bukley

          Naples, FL

          Amazing new hotel


          I recently stayed at the Issimo suites with my family last week and had a tremendous time. This new hotel is equipped with 8 suites, of which we occupied 6. There are unbelieveable views from every room, every amenity which you can imagine. The hotel was brand new when we arrived and the staff was helpful, attentive and made our stay truly pleasurable. With so many hotels offering nothing more than a box of a room, this is truly a unique destination with tremendous views, a great staff and a host of activities and amenities at your fingertips. I read another review which complained about a problem and was truly surprised. GREAT HOTEL in an amazing destination.

          Great place for family


          Our family stayed at Issimo Suites for 6 days- what an experience! We enjoyed every bit of it and found it very difficult to get on the plane back to Canada! The beach is a short drive away by free shuttle, as is the national park and many restaurants and tourist shops. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, responding to our every need. It was so nice to come back from the beach to find our room clean and enjoy the air conditioning. The hotel was still under construction when we stayed, but we look forward to visiting again once the restaurant is open. I would highly recommend this hotel to any family looking for a comfortable, friendly and beautiful place to stay!

          Issimo Suites: smell of excrement


          If you like the smell of excrement, dont look any further, this is your place.

          If they had not charged my stay in advance and refused to return the money ($310 per night including tax) I would have left, but instead, I had to accept changing my room in various ocassions, climbing floors each time, attempting to outrun the foul smell comming out of every opening. I have to recognize that the the hotel personnel is friendly and well trained but this hotel is not yet ready for business. I should be shut down by the health officials until the serious problems with black water dispossal is solved.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Issimo Suites Boutique Hotel and Spa Manuel Antonio National Park

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

          Beach, baby! Beach!

          A travel blog entry by carlitravels on Nov 09, 2014

          10 photos

          ... Little boy, the type that wouldn't know any better really, but thankfully he didn't kick it all over her.

          That night was uneventful and the next morning we hung out at the pool trying to catch some rays before heading for lunch and then hopping on the bus to head back to San Jose where we had our last group dinner at an Argentinian Steak House which was very good. I found out what chimichurri is! Very tasty. ...

          Costa Rica - Week 1: Bahía Salinas

          A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 06, 2014

          2 comments, 23 photos

          ... is hot in Costa Rica. Upon my insistence, we got the only room with A/C. Note: the bedroom has A/C, the bathroom does not. We later had offers of up to $100 to give up our room. NO WAY. =) The hotel is very bohemian and basic. You would think that the fact that there is only one room with A/C would say it all but apparently even some upscale places in Costa Rica do not have A/C. The grounds are picturesque with hammocks right outside our room and our patio is built so it ...

          Day 6 - Manuel Antonio National Park

          A travel blog entry by jeffscott42 on Feb 06, 2014

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          Bringing in the New Year on the Pacific Coast!

          A travel blog entry by cankiwi on Dec 31, 2013

          58 photos

          ... br> After we checked into our hotel Los Pris we went on a short walk around town with Cindy and then onto a Catamara boat cruise from 2 to 6PM. We were lucky to see a mother and baby humpback whale swimming along side of our boat. We also enjoyed some salsa music, hot tubs, snorkelling, swimming and a nice meal on board. We had unlimited drinks available to us but were well behaved. There was a water slide from the upper deck into the ocean and Anthony hit his head on the side of ...

          Lessons from teenagers and notes from my summer

          A travel blog entry by katywade on Aug 18, 2013

          1 comment

          ... school students on trips all over the world, most of them happen in Costa Rica. At any given time during the summer, there were 40 guides taking a couple hundred students on over a dozen different sorts for trips. Charged with our students for either one or two weeks at a time, we would take them zip lining, hiking, rafting, bungee jumping, kayaking, hot-springing, surfing, whale watching, ect... My primary trip involved taking students to a ...