Asclepios Wellness & Healing Retreat
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Asclepios Wellness & Healing Retreat
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsAsclepios Wellness & Healing Retreat Alajuela
Facility is very sleek yet simple. Beautiful grounds. Focus is on spa & healing. Rooms are simple, but nice, great views of the countryside. The restaurant was excellent however, the do not have coffee or beer available. They have many tea options though (must be a healing thing). The staff was very helpful planning the rest our trip.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Asclepios Wellness & Healing Retreat Alajuela
Travel Blogs from Alajuela
We love jaco after one week here. It's not that many backpackers but people from the whole world living here for 3-6 months to surf. We have met a lot of people. It's so many people from Canada here!! But we actually met 3 girls from Norway the other day at the beach, which was really nice! The other night we went out with some people we became friends with. We have been eating lunch at this backpacker hostel every single day and it seems like we ...
So, Diana began our day telling us she had a big surprise for us all...we had to go through the whole day to find out the surprise...but it seems to be worth the wait. Now you have to wait for it.
Today we were all at Manos as Jireh is closed on Mondays. We got to see some of the teenagers and adults as well as a large number of the kiddos. I personally spent about half an hour riding a horse on a stick, kissing toddlers with a doll baby that says "I love ...
... up for one of the only times on this trip so far. Carly had her heart set on seeing the Poas Volcano, and I couldn’t really be bothered. It sounded very cool, but it was just one of those days where I wasn’t feeling it, so I elected to do our laundry, walk around town, and just chill for a few hours at the hotel.
Alajuela is a cool little town, and considering that San Jose’s main international airport is located there, rather than in San Jose itself, it ...
... We had to pass the time till the bus left somehow!
Back in the city we went to the supermarket (it was quiet exciting
actually as I found hummus for the first time in 9mths!) and then got
soaked walking 3blocks bk to the hostel.
I spent the evening on trashy websites and watching E! and The big
bang theory.......Great, I felt like I was at home with a tv to myself
and a nice cuppa tea Ahhhhh.
San Jose the quickest capital to ...
... girls are being less than cute.
· Small kids are fairly easily amused. We carry around a duffel bag of toys and books, but some of the best toys have been the ones they’ve found. Sticks, rocks, shells, crab legs, coconuts, leaves, feathers, hermit crabs, and even ants have provided great sources of amusement. I'm mildly concerned about passing through customs. Viv puts a lot of things in her pockets.
· Children force ...