BEST WESTERN Jaco Beach All Inclusive Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of BEST WESTERN Jaco Beach All Inclusive Resort
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Jaco Beach All Inclusive Resort
This hotel had a great buffet, pool, and view of the Pacific.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Jaco Beach All Inclusive Resort
Travel Blogs from Jaco
... but they didn't show up. After check out, we took pictures from google maps of the directions back to the airport on our phones because we wanted to avoid getting lost again. I started the drive on the highway and got on the toll road we were supposed to take, and it was a very smooth and well maintained road. The lighting was pretty good and since I was driving in the early morning, there weren't crazy drivers. Unfortunately for us, even the google maps ...
... were so sour so I could hardly move and the waves where much bigger. So it was a constant battle between me and the waves for 2 hours!! And I had to turn around under water to not get hit by the wave and get on the board again and a new wave where coming so turn around again then on the board and then catch a wave. It was sooooooo exhausting. My instructer kept saying you have to paddle, paddle paddle and I was paddling for my life, but didn't move! It was so ...
... with our love of selfies and her happy go lucky California girl attitude. It will definitely be upsetting when she leaves the end of the week!
When we had gotten back to the school, my Spanish lab had just also returned. Apparently, I missed out on good food for a good price - darn it! But then, I found Alana and we had decided to go to the beach. Alana, Brooke, Chris, Oskar, and I all made our way to the beach. First time at the beach was amazing - ...
... the volume of the noise in the canopy and white faced 'Marcel' monkeys, with prehensile tails, popped up on the way to work, swinging through the trees. Our working day in Carara was similar to that in San Lucas, but started a little later. We were the maintenance crew, for the existing paths, which meant we raked and pebbled all morning. Raleigh has worked with Carara for some years and it is anticipated in the future, that the work there will also turn to the creation of ...
Hogar de Vida is preparing for a wedding tomorrow at which Tim Stromstadt will be officiating. It the wedding of a former Tia. We've been helping with some of the clean-up.
The afternoon was spent preparing for and putting up fence, followed by another swimming session with Julio and Josh Thomas and Mike Cooper.
Oh, we almost forgot! Remember that fire in the tree? The one started by a welding torch and then put ...