Arenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Punta Quepos, Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, 311-6350, Costa Rica | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on Punta Quepos, Manuel Antonio National Park, is near Iguana Tours, Rancho Savegre, Oceans Unlimited Scuba Diving, and Rancho Los Tucanes.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsArenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica Manuel Antonio National Park

    Reviewed by kanikacse13

    Beautiful hotel

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

    This hotel is absolute delight. Everything about this hotel was awesome. Best was there was lot of wildlife visible inside the hotel like cappuchis, turtles etc. The staff was very helpfull. I have had best pancakes in this hotel in breakfast. Me and my husband are vegetarians so the chefs made sure that they could make any veg thing requested by us. Guided tours of this hotel are fantastic.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Arenas del Mar Beachfront and Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica Manuel Antonio National Park

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

    Sustainability - EcoTourism & Kayaking in the dark

    A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 24, 2013

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    I have not talked yet about Costa Rica's admirable sustainability focus in all they do, especially on the tourista front. It's a very big deal here!! During both registration times at each hotel, we were given a short but direct talk about how seriously each hotel takes sustainability. Folk living here are so much further advanced than we are and …

    Viewing life differently

    A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 23, 2013

    62 photos

    Up for breakfast at 7 to start our Tour of Manuel Antonio National Park with Ersel at 7:45 and what a wonderful young man and fantastic experience. Because of his love of his country and especially all the animals, birds, insects etc. he not only brought the jungle alive for us but also increased our "stopping" experience. For it is impossible to …

    Arrival @ Arenas del Mar

    A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 21, 2013

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    Earlier start after restless sleep by both – must have been the dreams of those armed guards!! the night before! And of course, some nerves with wondering if my online reservations and payment for minivan travel to Quepos would really happen! The front desk folk however realized our concern when van was late and contacted them without us even …

    Wildlife and luxury in Manuel Antonio

    A travel blog entry by craigandnat

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    ... upon check in, what with my 33rd birthday being such a big event and all.

    After completing our 32 day trip with GAP, complete with its fair share of 5:00 am starts, we spent most of our time here chilling out around our hotel. Chris and Jess came to visit for an evening of cards, which made a nice change for them from their hostel and on the final day, we did a nature tour in the Manuel Antonio ...

    Quiero ver los monos!!

    A travel blog entry by julianstauffer

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    ... to people's stuff. They only went after things that interested them such as anything that resembled food. One monkey was eating some crackers that he found. Another monkey was eating an entire mango that he snatched from someone. The national park security guy blew his whistle when he saw the monkees eating food because people were not supposed to feed the monkeys. The people didn't feed them, but it is their fault for leaving the food out for the monkeys to ...