No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Mamiri
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mamiri Tamarindo
Travel Blogs from Tamarindo
my face, Maya tossed her head, snorting and nickering… I think she was just as
happy as I was to be at this beautiful vista. Oscar pointed out Nicaragua to
one side, and then he pointed out where we had been and the route we had taken
to the other side. After taking in the view and the cool breeze for a few
minutes we continued with the ride. We descended the hill and entered thick
... for my camera so I wouldn’t scare him, he hopped a little further away but I
was still able to get a good picture. As I lined up for another picture he took
to flight. I was disappointed until I realized there were two more right over
my head! They did not stay long and the
three of them flew down to the cacao fields. Amazing. I knew that toucans lived
here but I never thought I would actually see one!
... the subjects of my study.
last woman of the association that we visited today was older and had a warm
glow about her. She shared coffee with us while we spoke and since she could
not read well we walked through the survey with her. As we talked a mother hen
ushered her chicks into the dirt floored home to get out of the rain. The
children played with a young cat under the kitchen table. An older ...
... swim before Katie and I woke up. After about 10 minutes someone official came around and told them they couldn't use it until 8am. Too noisy and too early for the other visitors I think! Can't blame them for trying though.
We only stayed for 3 nights here as we wanted to finish the holiday in Manuel Antonio, another very popular beach town and nature reserve.
... Vida Hostel. A sweaty Slovakian bloke named ‘Thomas’ greets us in the common area, seated under the roof of what looks like a giant teepee, and shows us to our room. It’s pretty tiny, a bit claustrophobic and there’s simply a bit of cloth separating the room from the bathroom.
There’s a couple of things you start to look for regarding accommodation after traveling this long. Generally the amount of space and ventilation is ...