Airport Hotel Berlor
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free airport shuttle
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAirport Hotel Berlor Alajuela
I stayed at the Airport Hotel Berlor for 3 nights, 2 prior to going to Drake Bay and 1 night prior to leaving the country and all 3 times the service was excellent.
The hotel has an airport pick-up service, a gentleman by the name of Orlando or another family member will bring you to the hotel. Throughout my entire stay I was treated with warmth, consideration and respect. They were even gracious enough to let me accost them with my very limited understanding of the Spanish language, and made sure that I wasn't being taken advantage of, financially, by local taxi drivers.
It is a small, locally owned and operated establishment that is 5 mins away from both foreign and domestic airports, especially good if you're flying out early or coming in late at night.
It was a fabulous experience, and the courtyard outback was serenity in the midst of travelling chaos.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Airport Hotel Berlor Alajuela
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