Poas Volcano Lodge

Address: Poas Volcano National Park, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | 4 star lodge
 
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This 4 star lodge, located in Poas Volcano National Park, is near Fincas Naturales, Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas), and Parque Juan Santamaria.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPoas Volcano Lodge Poas Volcano National Park

      Reviewed by kanikacse13

      boutique hotel

      Reviewed Jul 26, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Boston , United States Flag of United States

      This hotel is slightly expensive but is very very beautiful. The food was nice and rooms are big and spacious. They have a library and game room where one can play many games. The view from hotel is breath taking. The hotel has its on animal farm and so all milk products are super fresh. over all very nice place to stay.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Poas Volcano Lodge Poas Volcano National Park

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Poas Volcano National Park

      Volcan Poas

      A travel blog entry by nadka on Nov 02, 2014

      ... up the schedules for the buses and it was fairly easy except that i needed to take 2 buses. Total price 6$ as opposed to 90$ when you buy a tour from the travel agency. the bus goes all the way to the top, leaving you with 30-60min hike on a flat road. It is extremely humid and also cold on the top. It was very foggy too. So i ended up seing no crater and had yo run back and forth to stay warm. lots of squirrels around that ...

      Skittles at the Summit

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Feb 02, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... had arranged a local taxi driver to pre-purchase our bus tickets to San Jose, and drive the four of us to our bus connection in San Isidro. Buses fill up fast on Saturdays, so we were lucky that they were both willing to help us out. We got to San Isidro with plenty of time to make the bus. It should have been smooth sailing...and then Jake decided to get food. With 20 minutes until the bus Jake went to get some fast food. Supposedly it took the guy 20 ...

      'Hey you get off of my cloud'

      A travel blog entry by slmackay on Oct 27, 2013

      18 photos

      ... of $20 each per day when travelling. As we have found Costa Rica quite expensive I am not sure how they will manage to do anything here with that budget!

      We were on our way again soon but not for long as the others wanted to buy some strawberries on the way. After stopping a couple of times they finally found some and we were on our way again. We arrived back in San Jose with 15 minutes to get our next bus. We jumped in a taxi to the next bus station (our 5th now in ...

      Do you know the way to San Jose?

      A travel blog entry by ryanandmeg on Jul 12, 2013

      19 photos

      After a 16 hour bus ride from Panama we arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica. Crossing the border turned out to be a pretty painful experience. We arrived at immigration at 6am where we had to wait for an hour for it to open. Next everyone's bags had to be unloaded from the bus and we all had to go in to a room where some were searched and sniffer dogs were let loose among them. When that was done we had to join the queue for exit stamps. Finally ...

      Silvia's Graduation from Medical School

      A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Apr 17, 2013

      13 photos

      ... were being awarded bachelor’s degrees in nursing or related medical fields.

      The ceremony began at 2:05 p.m. and lasted about an hour and a half. Since everything was in Spanish, I couldn’t understand any of the speeches given by five university officials and one student. There were a few musical performances, then the graduates were called up by name to receive their diplomas. Silvia was the second person called since the doctoral degrees ...