Hotel Plaza Yara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Plaza Yara Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
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-had a great tour through the park n Jorge was invaluable. Would have been a waste of time to go thru the park wo a guide. We saw people trying to stop n c what we were looking at but to no avail wo the telescope that the guide had.
... on Manuel Antonio - while we still prefer Drake Bay, which was a completely different experience, our few days here were still pretty awesome. Despite being completely overrun with tourists, there were still some major highlights, like vegging out today and feeling like we were living out a real-life version of a Corona commercial. And who could forget the mesmerizing permasmiling sloth of yesterday? That's something we will never ...
... hotel we saw that we liked the look of. I wasn't looking forward to this drudgery. At the end of the road you are right at Playa Espadilla, the main public beach here and adjoining the national park. The road ends with a little loop and sitting right at the loop was a hotel. A 30 metre walk from the beach, we knew (having researched other accommodation) that this would be ridiculously expensive but we thought what the heck and Jess went in ...
Our day was hilarious. We started the morning at Manuel Antonio National Park, where we saw some pretty cool animals. Our tour guide had a super fancy microscope, and every time we saw an animal, he would focus the lens on it and let us view it. We saw a "Jesus lizard", which is the type of species of lizard that runs on water. IT WAS CRAZY! We also saw white faced ...
... and they all seem to sell the same menu with their own twists. Up until now our food has been fairly western, or even international with the exception of breakfast, which has been pinto gallo (rice, beans, eggs, sour cream, cheese and a tortilla) so we wanted something a little more authentic. Christine has Aros con camarones (rice with shrimp) and I had a cassada (chicken, rice, beans, a pulled beef salad, beet salad, and some sort of garlic potato side dish. Both were ...