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El Silencio Lodge & Spa

Costa Rica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Luxe eco-sleep in a 500-acre cloud forest north of San Jose, with 15 hillside suites and a rainforest spa — Jetsetter

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

El Silencio Lodge & Spa is an enchanting and sophisticated property operated by Grupo Islita — Forbes Travel Guide

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

Eco-resort off the beaten track on a hilly site within a private 500-acre reserve connecting Poás Volcano and Juan Castro Blanco national parks. — Andrew Harper

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Hotel Punta Islita, Autograph Collection

Costa Rica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On a Pacific cove tucked into a mountainside, this "hidden gem" has a tiered layout with views of the ocean and the tropical forest. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

A beautiful little town that sits on the Guanacaste side of Costa Rica. — Afar Magazine

Appealing seaside hideaway on a forested coastal stretch of the secluded Nicoya Peninsula, 45 minutes by air west of San José. — Andrew Harper

Remote eco-sleep with two pools and oceanfront casitas on 80 hillside acres of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula — Jetsetter

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Gaia Hotel & Reserve

Costa Rica 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On 13 acres of private reserve, this boutique hotel is contemporary and very chic, with rooms rendered in slate, hardwood, and rattan with Italian fittings. — Fodor's

This luxurious pile comprises studios, terraces suites and three-story villas and offers nature tours within its expansive grounds – a former wildlife rehabilitation center. — Lonely Planet

Sleek Costa Rican retreat with a multilevel infinity pool, swim-up bar and intimate spa with jungle views — Jetsetter

Studios, the smallest accommodations, are spare and urbane in style, with views of green hillsides. — Condé Nast Traveler

The Terra Spa at Gaia is set in the rainforest with views of the Pacific and a menu complete with Reiki energy treatments and Thai and Swedish massages — Travel + Leisure

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Oxygen Jungle Villas

Costa Rica 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All across Costa Rica, other hotels have copied the genius concept of this mountainside hotel in Uvita: cabins whose walls are made completely glass — Travel + Leisure

This romantic, mountainside retreat offers Balinese statues at every turn and Netherlandish, all-glass villas with panoramic ocean and jungle views. — The Telegraph

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

Concealed within a sprawling plot of protected Costa Rican rainforest and perched above the shimmering Pacific Ocean, Oxygen Jungle Villas hotel in Uvita is a secret worth keeping. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Intimate glass villas in a Bali-inspired romantic escape on a jungle-covered mountainside — Jetsetter

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Hotel Banana Azul

Costa Rica 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Banana Azul is the ultimate romantic retreat on Costa Rica’s diverse and funky Caribbean Coast. — The Telegraph

Hotel Banana Azul is perpetually improving and tweaking its intimate 14-room retreat on a dramatic—and private—stretch of black-sand beach — Travel + Leisure

Removed from town, this romantic hotel sits astride a blissfully tranquil black-sand beach. — Lonely Planet

Tucked away in its own little world, a 20 minute beach walk north of the laid back surfer town of Puerto Viejo, Hotel Banana Azul is a little piece of heaven. — Afar Magazine

Hardwood furnishings are abundant at this gay-friendly (but by no means exclusive) hotel at the secluded far end of Playa Negra. — Fodor's

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Lapa Rios Ecolodge Osa Peninsula

Costa Rica 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The most upscale of the Osa Peninsula eco-lodges, Lapa Ríos is set in a 988-acre rain-forest reserve with a virtually private beach and first-rate trails (on-site tours include binoculars and boots). — Travel + Leisure

Wilderness refuge dramatically sited above the Golfo Dulce, in an isolated corner of the Osa Peninsula at the southern tip of Costa Rica. — Andrew Harper

This is the first and still the most spectacular eco-lodge in Costa Rica, set in a vast, private nature reserve brimming with wildlife. — Fodor's

With "so much wildlife, you feel completely immersed in nature" at this wilderness lodge on 1,000 acres of riparian rain forest. — Condé Nast Traveler

At Lapa Rios, an ecolodge located right in the rainforest, you go to sleep with the faint sound of jungle insects and wake to the call of howler monkeys. — Afar Magazine

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The Westin Golf Resort & Spa, Playa Conchal

Costa Rica 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Westin Golf Resort & Spa at Playa Conchal sports a pretty good setup for a week of all-inclusive goodness. — Condé Nast Traveler

This all-inclusive, eco-friendly retreat, found on Costa Rica's unspoiled shores, offers a superb balance between luxury and local culture. — Afar Magazine

So vast that guests ride around in biodiesel shuttles, this all-inclusive Starwood property is set on 2,400 acres with nearly every vacation wish granted, from lagoon-style pools and a picture-perfect beach to eight restaurants and a championship golf course — Fodor's

Spread over 2,400 verdant, landscaped acres, this resort is practically its own seaside village — Travel + Leisure

this over-the-top resort perched by a beach in northern Guanacaste province is the mother of all-inclusives. — The Telegraph

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Villa Caletas

Costa Rica 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There’s little reason to leave this self-contained resort, complete with crown molding and mosaic-tiled fountains. — Travel + Leisure

Eccentric clifftop resort near Jacó beach, with two mansions, an infinity pool and Pacific Ocean views — Jetsetter

Perched 1,200 feet above the sea on a promontory south of Punta Leona, the elegant rooms sequestered in the jungle have jaw-dropping views of the surrounding foliage and sea below. — Fodor's

While Costa Rica is known for its jungles, beaches, surf towns and outdoor activities, there is also a serious glamorous side to it. — Afar Magazine

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Hotel Alta Las Palomas

Costa Rica 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The view from this hotel perched on a hillside above Santa Ana is impressive, but so is the building itself with its blend of colonial and modern style—think archways, hardwoods, and leather. — Fodor's

City living meets mountainside retreat, with old-school style and drop-dead views of bustling San José — Jetsetter

The Spanish colonial buildings of the Alta Hotel cascade down a lush hillside above San José, coming to rest at the deck of a brilliant blue, glass-tiled oval pool — Travel + Leisure

Hotel Alta Las Palomas looks like something out of Provence with its terracotta roof tiles, arching doorways and sweeping vistas of grassy hillsides. — The Telegraph

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Casa Chameleon Hotel at Las Catalinas

Costa Rica 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Casa Chameleon breaks the mould for luxury lodging in Costa Rica, from its stunning oceanfront setting and world-class infinity pool to the Buddhas and other statues scattered around the grounds — The Telegraph

A romantic stay in a villa at a luxurious paradise on the Guanacaste coast, including breakfast — Jetsetter

Heavenly hideaway Casa Chameleon Las Catalinas is high on a hillside on Costa Rica’s Guanacaste coast — Mr & Mrs Smith

One of the key traits of Las Catalinas, a new urbanism resort-like town in Costa Rica's Northwestern Guanacaste region, is its commitment to the environment. The town, helmed by... — Afar Magazine

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Cabinas Jimenez

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Overlooking the harbor, these air-conditioned rooms set in a lush garden are the most comfortable in town, and have the best water views. — Fodor's

The Osa Peninsula in the southwestern portion of Costa Rica is a nature lover's dream. — Afar Magazine

Cabinas Jiménez is hands-down the nicest place to stay in Jiménez proper. — Lonely Planet

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Florblanca Resort

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A personal itinerary of surf lessons, sport fishing excursions, and yoga classes will keep adventurers busy. — Afar Magazine

Named for the white flowers of the frangipani trees growing between the restaurant and the beach, this ultraluxurious resort is dedicated to relaxation and rejuvenation. — Fodor's

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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Hotel Capitan Suizo

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The entire complex is centered on a free-form pool that’s shaded by expansive gardens, and all units are just steps from a quiet strip of sand. — Lonely Planet

Many of the 22 earth-toned rooms are equipped with private balconies that overlook a quiet part of the otherwise crowded Playa Tamarindo — Travel + Leisure

Nature, tranquility, luxury, and an unbeatably beautiful beach setting make this environmentally conscious boutique hotel the most elegant choice in town. — Fodor's

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Harmony Hotel Nosara

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Enclosed back decks with hammocks, outdoor showers, and a cushioned chaise longue expand what are otherwise standard-size rooms — Fodor's

This low-key hotel in the sleepy town of Nosara is a surfer’s paradise — Afar Magazine

The Harmony sits a stone’s throw from Playa Guiones in the sleepy Pacific coast surf town of Nosara — Travel + Leisure

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Evergreen Lodge

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Evergreen offers an entirely different (and intimate) concept in Tortuguero lodging: whereas other lodges have cabins arranged around a clearing, at Evergreen they penetrate deep into the forest. — Fodor's

One of three hotels operated by the Pachira group, this pleasant place has a more rustic, less resorty feel than its counterparts, with 55 rooms and private bungalows surrounded by jungle greenery. — Lonely Planet

The hotel that you’ll return to after days of canopy tours and wilderness treks has rooms surrounded by lush jungle with frogs and birds. — Afar Magazine

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Pachira Lodge

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A sprawling compound set on 14 hectares of land, this 88-room hotel with turtle-shaped pool is a popular family spot. — Lonely Planet

This is the prettiest of Tortuguero's lodges, but not the costliest—the owners here market competitively and keep prices reasonable. — Fodor's

Just outside Tortuguero National Park on the northeast coast of Costa Rica, the Pachira Lodge sits on a thin strip of land surrounded by a network of canals — Travel + Leisure

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Tree House Lodge

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A Dutchman with wild hair and an even wilder vision built the four homes that compose this Caribbean retreat near Playa Chiquita — Travel + Leisure

Adventurers who like their lodgings whimsical will appreciate these five open-air casitas, including a literal ‘tree house’ – a two-story cabin built around a living sangrillo tree. — Lonely Planet

This lodging complex among forested ground contains four large, stylish houses, all at ground level, one of which is built around a tree (that's the Tree House). — Fodor's

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Selva Verde Lodge

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In Chilamate, about 7km west of Puerto Viejo, this former finca is now an elegant lodge protecting 200 hectares of rainforest. — Lonely Planet

Mornings are the best for bird watching in Costa Rica. — Afar Magazine

Built on stilts over the Sarapiquí River on the edge of a 2-square-km (1-square-mile) private tropical rain-forest reserve, the lodge caters primarily to those seeking natural-history tours. — Fodor's

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The Springs Resort and Spa

Costa Rica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its own adventure park, hot-springs complex, and activities for all ages, this resort caters to both hotel guests and the outside public with day passes to its massive grounds. — Fodor's

This sprawling hot-springs resort in Arenal, with prices north of $500 (£380) a night, is the crème de la crème of luxury lodging in Costa Rica. — The Telegraph

For such an active and adventurous destination, the mineral pools they have cannot be beat by anything for recovery from tired muscles and sore bodies. — Afar Magazine

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Casa Chameleon Hotel

Costa Rica 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At this mountainside retreat near Playa Mal País, upscale villas are tucked into a cliff overlooking the Pacific — Travel + Leisure

A mountainside retreat atop Mal País. — The Telegraph

Nature fuses with South Asian flair at this luxe love nest perched above a boho beach town on the Nicoya Peninsula — Jetsetter

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