Availability

  • Mountain Suite

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    Room facilities:Balcony, Coffee Maker, Hairdryer, Mini Refrigerator

    • Spacious rooms with two queen size bed.
    • Private bathroom with hot water.
    •  Telephone, hairdryer and cable TV.
    •  Spectacular view to the Monteverde Reserve.

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    Bed size:2 queen beds

  • Trapp Superior Room

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    • Spacious rooms with two queen size bed.
    •  Private bathroom with hot water.
    •  Telephone, hairdryer and cable TV.
    •  201412191020480.superior2Great view to the Gardens.

    Bed size:2 queen beds

General

  • The nearest hotel to the famous Monverde Cloud Forest Reserve
  • Genuine family hospitality
  • Guided Tours surrounded by the mystic flora and fauna
  • Spacious and cozy guest rooms with a venetian window
  • Located only half a mile from the Monteverde Reserve and 4 miles from Santa Elena Town
  • Non-smoking hotel
  • International and National Cuisine Restaurant. The closest restaurant is located 3 miles from the property.
  • A great bar just waiting for you.

Temperature:

Is similar all year long but during the months of November to February the weather is more windy and chillier than the rest of the year. From 53 to 75 Fahrenheit.

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

12:00

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Monteverde

Monteverde

Set atop the spine of Costa Rica’s continental divide, Monteverde is a world above the coastal towns that dot the country’s famous shoreline. It is a place of cloud forests and coffee plantations, monkeys, mist, and friendly locals. The town of Santa Elena is small and quaint, filled with tasty restaurants and folksy artisan shops, while the nearby rainforest hosts a remarkable amount of biodiversity.

Due to its high altitude – some 4,662 ft (1,440 m) above sea level – Monteverde is privileged to receive a steady supply of clouds and the life-giving moisture that they contain. This moisture, often in the form of fog, catches on the branches of the tallest trees and drips down to the other organisms below. This helps to support a complex and far-reaching ecosystem, one that harbors over 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, tens of thousands of insect species, and over 2,500 varieties of plants, 420 of which are orchids alone.

Visitors can explore this internationally recognized environment from trails and trams, along canopy tours or inside museums. It’s wise to plan on spending at least a few days to adventure through this verdant and mountainous world.


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