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Need help with Osa Peninsula Hotels

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I have an opportunity to take a trip in the next few weeks and so don't have my customary months to plan. I'd appreciate your input into places to stay near Concorvado Park.

I'm looking for something other than B d C, Aguila de Osa etc. They look wonderful, they are just not me. I've seen posts on Lookout Inn and La Leona and they look to be more my style. I really do not care if my room is beautiful as I hope to not spend much time in it. Having said that I love my hot showers and my privacy. While I love good food I don't feel the need to eat gourmet on this particular trip. But I do need a place that understands that vegetarian doesn't mean fish. I would like to spend my time hiking in Corcovado so closeness to the park is important as is having really good guides. (For this I would willing pay extra).

Finally, while I would love to be somewhere where there is no access to the outside world my better half informs me that this is not an option should I wish to return stateside so access to the internet is, unfortunately, also necessary.

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