Manuel Antonio and the Central Pacific Coast Hotels

The Central Pacific has a good mix of high-quality resorts, eco-lodges, rental villas, boutique hotels, and cabinas (usually low-cost, freestanding cabins with more amenities than a standard room). You'll also find some of the country's priciest lodgings. As a rule, prices drop 20% to 30% during the rainy season. Reserve as far in advance as possible during the busy dry season, especially

on weekends. Near Manuel Antonio National Park, Manuel Antonio is the more activity-rich, attractive, and expensive place to stay.

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