South Pacific Coast Hotels



Trogón Lodge

At a Glance


  • lush garden
  • convivial public area
  • small but excellent gift shop


  • steep, short trails that end at road
  • limited privacy except in honeymoon suite

Trogón Lodge Review

Set in a fantasy garden filled with fuchsias, hydrangeas, and hummingbirds, the Trogón Lodge is more a relaxing hideaway than a hiking-heavy destination. The green-roof wooden cabins have comfortable rooms with a double and a single bed and big windows. White-tile bathrooms have rain-forest showerheads. Gas heaters and extra blankets guard against chilly mountain nights. The only drawback is that units have shared verandas overlooking the cloud forest. A honeymoon cabin perched in solitary splendor has a king-size bed and a whirlpool tub with a panoramic view. Excellent meals featuring fresh trout are served at tree-trunk tables in a cozy restaurant with a wood stove. A bar and dining terrace gaze out over cascading trout ponds and the rushing river. Quetzal-watching, horseback riding, waterfall hikes, and an 11-platform canopy tour are some of the diversions.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Road to San Gerardo de Dota, 7½ km (4½ mile) down a dirt road from the Pan-American Hwy. San Gerardo de Dota, 11702
  • Phone: 2740–1051; 2293–8181 in San José
  • Website:
  • Location: San Gerardo de Dota

    Hotel Details

  • 22 rooms, 1 suite.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 04-01-2013

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