Hotel La Mariposa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Mariposa Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
More adventures in Costa Rica! Besides all our adventures in Arenal we discovered a few more places. First stop Monteverde and the Belmar hotel. How nice to come back to a little luxury. After all we are quite posh travellers that like a clean place to crash with a hot shower and fast internet connection ;) Costa Rica is famous for it’s …
... electronic room key no longer opened our door. Of course it didn't.
Once our hotel fixed our keys and allowed us back into our room, the most magnificent electrical storm I've ever seen exploded on the horizon- no place rainstorms like the rainforest. The entire jungle outside our window was illuminated with purple lightning, and the downpour made visibility nearly zero. It was a good time for a nap. Also, our naps became longer than expected because our trusty travel ...
... of the word, just running 30m had us soaked to skin. It was nice to sit in the house and watch the storm though.
The rain stopped after about an hour and we walked down to a take away fish and chips shop for dinner. It was almost as good as the one we went to in Takapuna and way better than almost all others we have tried in New Zealand. It came with a chipotle mayo side which seemed a little odd but it worked really well.
... a taxi because we were not sure where to get off the bus and not sure how far down the road we would have to walk with my cast. Glad we did because we did not remember how far up the hill you had to go to get there.
It was definitely a luxury hotel and not one we would be staying in if we wanted to keep up our travel habit. But that being said, it was a real dream of a place, with that Casablanca feel.
Walked through to ...
... passing 10 feet in front of the bar door, without any kind of barrier or protection. Not a good idea to have too much to drink here!
I soon realised that many of the buildings in SJ are covered in barbed wire. Whoever produces it must have made a fortune.
As many of the 'ecolodges' here are expensive but the only option in some more remote areas we had decided to use cheaper places where we could to balance ...