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  • the magnificent pool

  • View of our rooms.

  • My Corner Room

  • inside one of the rooms

Pros

  • More secluded than other Jacó lodgings
  • Terrific restaurant
  • Two handicap rooms
  • Beautiful grounds

Cons

  • 10 minute walk to beach
  • Some rooms are rather dark

Updated 04/14/2014

Fodor's Review

The spacious teak furniture–filled rooms at "Twelve Moons" are a couple of miles from the sea and sand, set amid 5 acres of lawns shaded by tropical trees and luxuriant gardens with a mountainous green backdrop. Rooms are spacious and spotless with high ceilings, polished teak furnishings, tile floors, local artwork, and private patios facing the lawn. Large bathrooms have showers, bathtubs, and double sinks. Yoga classes are given weekdays in a hilltop, hardwood-floor room with windows for walls, and the full-service spa uses the hotel's own homemade beauty products. An open-air restaurant serves creative seafood, meat, vegetarian, and vegan dishes. This property has by far the nicest swimming pool in Jacó, not to mention an amazing staff.

Hotel Information

Address:

On coastal hwy. from San José, pass the 1st entrance to Jacó; take dirt road on left with signs for Docelunas at main entrance to Quebrada Seca, Jacó, 61101, Costa Rica

Phone:

/2643–2211

Hotel Details:

  • 12 rooms, 8 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 04/14/2014

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