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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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Beach
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

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

          General

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          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services
           

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

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          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

          ... the same story.  They are thieves, so watch your stuff.  If you leave a backpack or bag unattended on the beach, they will steal it.  If it's attached to a tree, they will rifle through it.  And the main group will act up in the trees to get attention, while one monkey sneaks behind you and robs you.  They mainly look for food in the bags, but will take jewelry and hotel keys and other interesting stuff, then throw it in ...

          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 ...