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?
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Hotel Belmar
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Belmar Monteverde
Travel Blogs from Monteverde
... away, the hummingbird population would probably not survive. We then started the walk and it lasted around 1.5 hours, up and down and on the bridges. They were kind of metal bridges so were kind of sturdy but the odd one would wobble around and it felt like I was drunk half the time, not that I've been drunk at all ;) got some good pics because it was so clear so was happy about that. Finished around 11:30 and there was ...
... you lay on your stomach and grip you chest. At this point, I was suspended from a height so high that I couldn't make out the ground because I was above most of the trees. You can see all of the mountains and hills around you. The view is amazing, but it's also terrifying because you're pretty much thinking that if your harness broke, you would fall to yor death, because you have nothing to hold on to. Oh, and my cable stopped about 150 feet short of ...
To get to La Fortuna by road is about six to seven hours but many years ago they flooded a large area beneath Mt Arenal to form Lake Arenal that now provided a 1 hour boat trip, which along with drive time reduced our travel time to a much nicer three hours. We got only a quick glimpse of Mt Arenal, an actively smoking volcano, as the cloud briefly cleared at the end of our boat ride. That day we explored the town and enjoyed some ...
... to what you read in most tour books about Costa Rica. The scenery is beautiful. The drive was mostly through rural farm country and small towns.
We stopped for breakfast at a small road side restaurant for a "typical" (as the locals call it) Costa Rican breakfast. Fried eggs, fried plantains, beans, rice, home made cheese and a corn tortilla. The coffee is amazing here. What Americans market for ...
... to the hotel, I could get an alcoholic beverage of my choosing, yet by 10pm the bars were closed (though the hotel fact sheet indicated one was supposed to be open until 1am -- perhaps not on Sundays). However, our room has a mini fridge with mini bar prices posted on the door. $2.50 for a can of beer seemed quite reasonable to me. I opened up the door and....nothing. No beer. No coke. No wine. No nips. Nothing.
Tomorrow is guaranteed to be a better day.