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First if you are staying in a villa I cannot comment on those lodgings but I can most DEFINITELY comment on the hotel. DO NOT get stuck on the first floor! We were in a handicapped room (I advised them we were not and that...More
My girlfriend and I just returned from our trip to Costa Rica. This Hotel is located on a hill so expect lots of walking up and down hills , however they do have shuttles going to and from the hotel , beach and reception about...More
My daughter and I stayed at the Villas Sol in June 2017. If you are looking for quiet and relaxation, you will find it here. This is not a five star, hip or partying place. Everyone is very friendly, the rooms are spotless, and the...More
We enjoyed the stay at Villas Sol, but we would probably not return. The food was average, but enjoyable. The resort is very basic, and it was very quiet while there. I would not recommend if you are looking for a lively place. Our view...More
We bought a timeshare a number of years ago. We have not stayed there but have not been able to even maintain contact with them. I finally got a working phone number and spoke with someone who apologized and told me to pay $165 to...More
US$115 - US$401 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#8 On the Beach Hotel in Playa Hermosa
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I'm sorry but I can't really answer that, the period is completely different, it's not rainy season anymore, so it's supposed to be hotter than when we were there (end of August). The most we had to wear was a sweater... More
I'm sorry but I can't really answer that, the period is completely different, it's not rainy season anymore, so it's supposed to be hotter than when we were there (end of August). The most we had to wear was a sweater sometimes at night after thunderstorms, when it would get around 22-23 C° and windy too. But it really changes a lot depending on when you go! We were told that the rainy season is the "coldest" in Guanacaste.