Hostal Ciudad Blanca

Liberia, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Ciudad Blanca Liberia

Reviewed by michellendave

Best Bang for your Buck!

Reviewed Mar 27, 2011
by (16 reviews) Wherever I hang my hat is my home , United States Flag of United States

We were referred to the hotel by another satisfied client and checked the 'old' part of the hotel on the south side of the road above the restaurant/bar. 'Newer' rooms in a building on the north side of the road are, well, newer and nicer with great air-con, hot-water showers, cable TV and good beds. We paid a bit more for the room in the newer section and felt it was well worth it. It was quite and we slept undisturbed.

We had to go over to the restaurant to reach the free WiFi. There we had a tasty plate of nachos from the restaurant.

Hostal Ciudad Blanca is a great budget option in town that gave us the best bang for our buck!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Ciudad Blanca Liberia

2.00 of 5 stars Fair

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3 comments, 53 photos

... spirit, and take
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took pictures of course but pictures really would never be able to capture this
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and ...

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... I was able to do it, I will come back next week to host it. The possibility of a long term relationship
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twice a year was very exciting for me. This idea really intrigued me because
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of developing a course like this was very exciting. After lunch Ernesto said it
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A travel blog entry by weebles on Feb 03, 2014

1 photo

... deal on rooms/food/transport and the main one, what are we going to do? Costa Rica is a richer country with more advanced infrastructure which is apparent straight away. No chicken buses round here which actually turns out to make travelling slower in an ironic twist as the organised (and even displayed) bus timetables mean more waiting in between sections. Although there is something comforting about waiting in a bus station or shelter as opposed to the ...

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A travel blog entry by j9n on Jan 21, 2014

3 comments, 17 photos

... abruptly and indicated for me to get out, I followed him down a thin path
into the jungle. Turns out it was not just jungle but rather a farm of mixed
crops, oranges, mangos, plantains, pineapples and beans all intercropped
together. We crossed a small stream and climbed a hill to a large orange tree
surrounded by young plantain trees and beans. There were three men and a women
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A travel blog entry by mikeandnat on Jul 25, 2013

8 photos

... seemed to be wet lately, then a short ferry ride and a taxi with an American and a Kiwi. We checked in to our hotel, right on the beach, and headed for a walk along it. What a view, a Volcano sat right on a beach, waves crashing in like the ocean itself, and when the full moon made an appearance, well it lit up the volcano like a million fireflies. It was so mesmerising that is caused Nat to lose our room keys, so a bit of bragging and we were planning our next day, ...

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