Hotel Casitas Sollevante
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casitas Sollevante Montezuma
Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... the water alongside the boat for some time before heading to our destination. Upon arrival we found that Montezuma's beaches were packed and the streets were filled with crazed quad bikers and vendors selling cheap jewellery. It appeared that we had travelled all this way to just come back to Jacó. However, by the time we left due for Monteverde via the much cheaper ferry to Puntarenas we had grown to like this small touristy town. Our hotel, the Hotel Aurora, was ...
... and also a couple from Canada who were sitting on the other side of us. They had ordered some food that looked so very delicious.
May have to come here for a meal. Did have some street tacos that evening from Nativo that were nice and helped fill us up.
Robert finished off the evening with two local men enjoying a pitcher of beer that they shared with him. Nice end to the evening and back to our room.
... water. Sounded perfectly reasonable to us but first thing we did when we got in our room was fill our bucket with water and draw up water to purify for drinking
Calocita does have a nice kitchen that is open and does not seem quite as hot as we have experienced but only one fairly small refrigerator that was fairly full. Went upstairs to the "chill room" that is right above the kitchen and is open in the front and top sides and so there was cool ...
... path. Thrillseekers!
The waterfall was lovely as usual and took off shoes and soaked feet in the water and let the breeze cool us down. More people started arriving and we sat and watched hummingbirds flitting here and there and a flycatcher building a nest on a branch near the waterfall.
Talked to some people from British Columbia that were on their first trip here and wanted to know some places for them to explore. They had ...
... here is really crushes shells that are very pretty to look at as you walk along.
Finally you come to the big open space of playa Grande. This is where many of the people take surf lessons. From there we headed back toward Montezuma. Robert had the great idea of having something cold to drink at Ylang Ylang.
They have tables set up on the lawn in front of the restaurant and we sat there and ordered two frozen lemonades ...