Falls Resort at Manuel Antonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFalls Resort at Manuel Antonio Manuel Antonio National Park
Fantastic welcoming staff in a wonderful small hotel, surrounded by nature, monkeys, sloths lizards, and much more within the hotel gardens. And a fantastic restaurant too!
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TripAdvisor Reviews Falls Resort at Manuel Antonio Manuel Antonio National Park
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... is the way to go over pollo o carne.
-relatively quick ride home n chill time while we wait for rental car.
-got rental car then dinner at hotel then bed
... we decided to at least have lunch, allowing us to fake the good life at a five-star resort! It turned out to be an excellent choice, as our meals were fantastic and worth every over-priced penny.
Even better was the cafe's location on tiny and secluded Playa Playitas, under the shade of dozens of palm trees, which, combined with the delightfully-refreshing ocean breeze, rendered the need for a pool unnecessary. The ...
... back to make sure I was there. We had a siesta and then got together again for dinner and I was feeling yucky, so no dinner for me.
That night at about 2:30 am I got up because I was feeling downright awful and passed out cold over mom. Normally I can feel the light headedness coming on, and I did this time too but it was more like an ambush and I was heading back to bed and never made it. So I had fever and ...
... likes it all and he takes all of my salsa Lizano. We spent a week here.. The days went like this. Woke up to breakfast just in time to eat before the van taking us to the beach left for the kite site. Nicola has one big truck with a trailer full of gear. Those who don't have a car (like us) pile up in or on the truck to drive a few minutes down unpaved roads to smaller dirt roads with a series of barbed wire fences that need to be opened up and closed on the way to ...
... local tour company for a mangrove tour.
Anthony went by kayak and I joined a group on a small boat. We saw lots of birds, white faced monkeys and I saw a boa snake sleeping in a tree. After the tour we relaxed back at the hotel in the roof top pool and patio.
At 6 PM we all met and went to a local home for a meal of chicken and rice. The family taught us to make tortillas and made us do them over if they were not right. I felt like I was on an Amazing Race challenge. We paid ...