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This intimate and indulgent hotel, 6km west of town, has amassed a slew of awards for its Asian-inspired architecture, minimalist decor and richly romantic setting. — Lonely Planet
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7 reviews
The Four Seasons Spa could be its own boutique hotel — Travel + Leisure
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Set in the mountains of Alajuela, this romantic inn doubles as a coffee plantation and offers tours of its 30-acre organic farm, processing plant, and roasting house — Travel + Leisure
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6 reviews
High above Uvita, Kurà Design Villas hotel has bird’s-eye views of the Pacific Ocean and dense tropical jungles. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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6 reviews
Intimate glass villas in a Bali-inspired romantic escape on a jungle-covered mountainside — Jetsetter
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Idyllic jungle-meets-beach location of this Pacific Coast resort means guests can spot two-foot iguanas, white-faced monkeys, and birds of myriad species without even leaving their poolside loungers. — Condé Nast Traveler
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5 reviews
The tranquil and colorful Xandari is a strikingly original inn and spa, tailor-made for honeymooners and romantic getaways. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
Located on Costa Rica’s opulent Papagayo Peninsula, this seaside retreat is every bit as swanky as its neighbour, The Four Seasons, with bonus points for endearing service and a pervasive emphasis on local culture. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
Barefoot luxury abounds at this hip boutique hotel where an airy courtyard leads to a 45-meter pool lined with beach bungalows and modern rooms — Fodor's
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5 reviews
A romantic stay in a villa at a luxurious paradise on the Guanacaste coast, including breakfast — Jetsetter
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5 reviews
Clutch of villas perched atop a Costa Rican rainforest, with plunge pools, outdoor showers, and volcano views — Jetsetter
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4 reviews
Lush lawns, orchids, and tropical trees surround this thatched riverside lodge owned by Costa Rica Expeditions and renowned for its nature packages and top-notch, personalized service. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
Located along the Santa Teresa shoreline, the resort has seven one-bedroom and three two-bedroom villas that are nestled amidst the jungle with an open-air living area. — Travel + Leisure
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4 reviews
Drake Bay’s swankiest accommodations don’t come cheap, but they do come in a package deal — Travel + Leisure
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4 reviews
Remote beachfront rainforest resort near Costa Rica’s Drake Bay, with personalized service, a cascading infinity pool and a rustic, eco-friendly vibe — Jetsetter
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6 reviews
El Silencio—a serene retreat on 500 acres opened in 2008 by the owners of the nearby Hotel Punta Islita—presents an unusual level of luxury for the green-oriented adventurer. — Travel + Leisure
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Four two-story bungalows with breezy decks, bamboo furniture, orthopedic beds draped in mosquito netting, and lovely stone bathrooms with garden showers. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
When Lana Wedmore came to Costa Rica 30 years ago, she knew she wanted to move there — Travel + Leisure
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6 reviews
Appealing seaside hideaway on a forested coastal stretch of the secluded Nicoya Peninsula, 45 minutes by air west of San José. — Hideaway Report
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3 reviews
Set amid extensive gardens and orchards, this lodge is arguably the most beautiful and intimate in all of Golfo Dulce — Lonely Planet
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