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We just fell in love with this hotel the first time that we decided to repeat this year. There is not one thing that we don't like or we don't enjoy. It is definitely a little paradise in the middle of the mountains. In today's...More
This location is beautiful and the staff is extremely knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. William and Wilmar were very accommodating and made sure my family and I were comfortable and had a good time; they have lots of suggestions on things to do and saved us...More
We LOVED Princesa de la Luna Ecolodge. William, Wlllma and Arlan were so kind to us, and really went above and beyond to make sure that we had a fantastic experience. The room was great and we loved the hammock on our balcony. The hike...More
De la Luna is set in the rain forest with a 360 view including the Arenal volcano. The hosts are extremely accommodating with bringing you to town and setting up excursions. There was a great hike led by Wilhem through the rainforest and to their...More
We had the most amazing week here! We were fortunate enough to spend 4 nights in the Pineapple House and two nights in the lodge. Amazing views, amazing rainforest, delicious food and the greatest hosts!
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There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card... More
There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card for certain things but I suggest converting dollars into colones at the airport. A lot of food and beverage places do not accept credit card.