How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Regina Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Regina Hotel La Fortuna
Travel Blogs from La Fortuna
... flowers amongst the dense trees and bushes sitting on top of the valley I was flying into. A steep walk back up and a bumpy 4x4 ride later ('the jungle massage') we arrived at los lagos hot springs which was a welcome respite for my very achy muscles. These springs sat right on the foot of Arenal volcano and were naturally heated to around 30 degrees. As the evening progressed the clouds cleared and the summit of the volcano revealed itself contrasting the darkening background of ...
... there were many more spider monkeys and some capuchin monkeys. And last but not least, a beautiful ocelot.
Be thankful that I'm writing this almost two months later, because those last two paragraphs probably would have been at least ten if I could remember more of what we learned.
On the walk back from the tour, we crossed a bridge over a small stream and we got a great look at a bird that wasn't in a cage - a boat-billed heron. We'd seen one briefly while ...
... and orange/chocolate icrecream and a piece of Nutella chocolate and peanut butter homemade chocolate. Oh my- so delicious!!! But just as we think the sugar craving is gone, we duck into the supermarket and are out on the prowl for some more sweets. We spend a good few minutes deciding what to get before retreating back to the hotel and devouring more naughty food. I see it more like a form of carb loading with a hike in mind tomorrow, but ...
... itself as the largest thermal pools in the world. Certainly it has some huge pools and lots of small ones too. We had a brilliant time going from pool to pool checking out the different temperatures (which ranged from very hot to quite mild). There were lots of locals there and they had brought picnic dinners with them. The springs are open until 10pm but by 8 we had had enough and were getting hungry anyway. It was a relaxing end to a feature-packed ...
... The next morning a minivan drops us off at one of the peaks. An hours’ briefing later, we are strapped-up with all types of ropes and harnesses. The next thing we know, we are flying, face-down, 100m above the jungle canopy! It’s an amazing way to view the landscape and see the wildlife – definitely one of the most adrenaline-filled activity we have done all trip. The zip line tour lasts 2hrs and is ...