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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
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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7 reviews
Gracious family-friendly eco-resort overlooking two beaches from the hilly Peninsula Papagayo has recently reopened after a $35 million renovation — Hideaway Report
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7 reviews
Hillside resort sloping down to a secluded beach near the port of Quepos. — Hideaway Report
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6 reviews
Stunning contemporary design, high-tech comforts, and a lofty location overlooking the Pacific combine to set a whole new standard of luxury. — Fodor's
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12 teak-and-glass villas overlooking the Pacific from a private mountaintop jungle preserve. The glass-walled accommodations use a clever interplay of jungle, bamboo screens, and curtains. — Condé Nast Traveler
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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
On a former coffee plantation, this 40-acre resort with a perfect design score is just 20 minutes from San Jose's Juan Santamaria Airport, but "it's worlds away from the chaotic capital. — Condé Nast Traveler
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5 reviews
Located in Arenal Volcano National Park, Nayara Springs is a Costa Rican getaway that teems with tropical beauty and biodiversity — Forbes Travel Guide
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6 reviews
Swank nature-worshiping sleep in polished Papagayo with stylish architecture, two infinity pools and fresh food at three restaurants — Jetsetter
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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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Drake Bay’s swankiest accommodations don’t come cheap, but they do come in a package deal — Travel + Leisure
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These 10 hillside cabinas are gorgeously outfitted inside – built with sustainably grown wood and recycled materials, and each with private terrace. — Lonely Planet
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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
Just north of Tortuguero and right on the canal, this upscale lodge stands on nearly 50 acres of tropical forest and gardens — Travel + Leisure
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4 reviews
Originally owned by former President Rodrigo Carazo Odio, the Villa Blanca is shrouded by the dense cloud forest of the Los Angeles Private Biological Reserve — Travel + Leisure
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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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A collection of lavish villas and hotel rooms spread over 300 acres near Playa Sámara, Hotel Punta Islita is a one-stop, high-end beach escape — Travel + Leisure
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These rooms overlooking the misty forests of La Paz Waterfall Gardens seem like something out of the Lord of the Rings, with their curved, clay-stucco walls, hardwood floors, stone fireplaces, four-poster beds made of varnished logs, and grottolike bathrooms with private waterfalls — Fodor's
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Surrounded by the tranquility of a 500-acre jungle, you’ll salute the sun from the yoga deck, dine on delicious organic cuisine and soak in postcard-perfect panoramic views from all around the resort. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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