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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Arboleda Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... initial impression of this one was poor - it was expensive and crowded with noisy tourists scaring all the animals away! However, we walked a little further than most people and found a more secluded beach with some fun crabs and iguanas. On our way back we did get to see some capuchin monkeys up close as well which was great, they're really playful. We've attached pictures of a lot of the animals that ...
... an they got told off. So although all the usual girls who attend the workshop were at the school none of them came near the workshop. The little kids did however come at noon and they all had good fun, although the egg experiment didn't work, and the kids were expecting the lava lamp to explore (like when they did mentos and coke), so were quite disappointed that that didn't happen. My overall impressions however where that the kids didn't really learn ...
... recommend it! Manuel Antonio is famous for the national park so that’s where we went. First we checked in to another beautiful hotel; La Mariposa. It looks like every next hotel we visit in Costa Rica is more fancy which is very welcoming when you arrive tired from a long day driving. The national park is stunning! We took a guided tour because you see so much more. They bring along a HD telescope which shows ...
... bar with a swim up area as well as regular seating. The view was 180* from the headlands of the Manuel Antonio Park to almost Quepos.
There were several levels of pools and all had a wonderful view over the ocean below. We made a reservation for dinner early so we could have a primo view of the water below. Had one drink at the bar and laughed at the antics of a kiskadee that kept flying in to the designer pool and getting a drink ...
... in the ocean, and all was quiet…very quiet. Our Capitan raised the engines to inspect the props, which must have been fine, as the engines were re-started and the cruise resumed, followed by a collective exhale. Some pilot whales made for another slight detour.
The landing in Jaco was the same as the boarding. The crew hauled the luggage from the boat to the shore and removed the black bags. Then it was a simple one-hour ride on an ...