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El Rodeo

At a Glance

    Pros

  • proximity to airport
  • spacious rooms

    Cons

  • generic feel

El Rodeo Review

This quiet hotel bills itself as a "country hotel," though this is more in image than fact—El Rodeo's proximity to the airport and major business parks is the real draw. Spacious rooms, most with polished hardwood floors, high ceilings, and narrow balconies, overlook small gardens and rooms in the adjacent building. An open-air lounge on the second floor has a pool table and wicker furniture. The Grand Café serves breakfast each morning. Large, wooden El Rodeo Steakhouse Restaurant ($$) in front of the hotel is quite popular with Ticos, who pack it on weekends. Decorated with saddles, steer skulls, and other ranching paraphernalia, the restaurant serves an array of grilled meats, from the Argentinean churrascos to T-bones, as well as several fish and shrimp dishes.

    Hotel Details

  • 22 rooms, 7 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 03-12-2013

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