Resort Martino Hotel & Spa
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsResort Martino Hotel & Spa Alajuela
This hotel is in a great location a few minutes from San Jose airport. Across the street is Zoo Ave which has many rescued birds and other local species. The rooms are comfortable and the Italian-themed food in the main dining room was excellent. It was great preparation for my walking tour as the breakfast was served on the top floor and our rooms were down at the bottom of three flights of stairs! They do have shuttles that will pick you up if necessary.
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Joanne - we then had a treat! We saw some fire engines at the station across the street, wandered across to have a look and the next thing we knew we had a full tour of the station, including their private quarters, a ride in a fire truck ...
... introduced themselves. As the trip went on, they became my fairly constant companions, as our rooms ...
... exact same thing. A young British girl, wanting to explore the world but with the companion of other people. We clicked straight away which relieved a tad of weight off my shoulders to know there was other people in the same boat. She had met another girl Gloria from Canada and so us three decided to go exploring for the day as we had a meeting at 18:00 to meet the rest of the group. We turned out of our hotel and headed towards the national museum. Now the one thing ...
... was when I cleaned the hands of the children outside of their homes. Their look of joy and amazement at their spotless hands taught me about the simplicity of why I had come and what I was here to learn: to serve like Jesus did when he washed the feet of his disciples. The teacher becomes the student, and the student becomes the teacher. - Graduate Student, 2014
We took a ferry, taxi, stroll & bus and 9hrs later we were in San Jose the capital of Costa Rica. We walked across the border which was quite fun, it always feels more fun walking across no-man's land in-between the 2 countries. We were going to stop at Volcan Arenal to see lava before heading to San Jose but we were informed that while it’s still active it’s stopped its daily pyrotechnics display of lava so we decided to give it a miss ...