Giardino Tropicale

Address: Playa Guiones, Nosara, Province of Guanacaste, 5233, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Playa Guiones, Nosara.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Kids pool
          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge


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


          • Suites

          TravelPod Member ReviewsGiardino Tropicale Nosara

          Reviewed by lynsey.nault

          Nice place to stay.

          Reviewed Feb 7, 2014
          by (14 reviews) Edmonton , Canada Flag of Canada

          Nice hotel. Nice pool, excited about being upgraded for the same price as a standard room.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by sallyandjake

          Muriel and Marcel´s little paradice

          Reviewed Feb 2, 2011
          by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Muriel and Marcel, the sweetest Swiss couple you´ll ever meet, run a fantastic hotel in Nosara. We stayed in the new ´Rancho´ where we cooked in for every meal, because there are not many budget options in Nosara. The higher price tag was worth it!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Giardino Tropicale Nosara

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Nosara

          Every Pig Has It's Saturday...

          A travel blog entry by tsimon1 on Sep 25, 2015

          9 photos

          ... The leach field was complete. Although it sounds easy it required A LOT of rock moving. We needed to lay down 2-3 inches of gravel and then large rock on top of that. Then the drainage tube followed by more stone, followed by black plastic liner and finished with several feet of dirt. At one point we had over 11 team members passing rock from the top into the trench. Honest blog readers it took an ...

          Walked into the town of Nosara

          A travel blog entry by skinnerfamily on Sep 07, 2015

          9 photos

          ... to walk - it's about 1 km and pretty humid on a dirt road. I back at our house? Motorcycles and vehicles are zooming past us. Check out the sizes of the palm trees! We didn't see any monkeys on our walk, but we did hear them. They also eat the mangoes from the trees and let them drop half eaten.

          We made it to the bank with our passport - required when you are exchanging money. The exchange was ...

          A day at the seaside

          A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 20, 2015

          26 photos

          ... off the waves on the next beach, so she, Ben and I went for a walk and I managed to get a few decent photographs. I've never seen pelicans in the wild in flight and diving into the sea. Costa Rican sunsets are often spectacular so at about 5.15pm we packed up and nipped down to the local supermarket to pick up some essential provisions ('Cap'n. Crunch cereal for the children, which I expect to try in the morning, beers, wine, water, peanuts, Yuca crisps ...

          La Fortuna

          A travel blog entry by claire-jellard on Jul 18, 2014

          1 comment, 4 photos

          Full of optimism, we set off for the Panamanian/Costa Rican border at 7.30 this morning! We were there within an hour, but then the trouble began! First of all, it took ages to get through the Panamanian customs. However, compared to the Costa Rican authorities, it was a piece of cake! On the Costa Rican side, it was a case of endless form filling in stifling temperatures. Ages in ...

          Rice and Beans

          A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Jul 30, 2013

          12 photos

          ... mountains. Mandy found a transfer service that allows you to white water raft part of the way and we gave it a go. Heading down the mighty Rio Pacuare was simply stunning. A deep gorge in the rainforest with some decent class IV rapids. There was one tense moment where the boat almost flipped, but we arrived downstream safe and soaked. The rest of the bus ride was silent after paddling for 30k's however.

          La Fortuna is the closest town to ...