Lost Iguana which room?

Old Nov 4th, 2007, 06:59 AM
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Lost Iguana which room?

I would like to book Lost Iguana for 4 nites.We are party of seven.Could we possibly all stay together in casitas,or do they have adjoining rooms? On which website I can possibly book this hotel?Even if I try to google this hotel I had no luck.Thanks for reply.
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Old Nov 4th, 2007, 07:55 AM
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Try lostiguanaresort.com - that's the site we used. Good luck!
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Old Nov 4th, 2007, 08:01 AM
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I know they have some two bedroom units, but I don't know how many people they sleep. You should be able to find detailed descriptions and prices on that site. It's a great hotel if you don't mind being set a little outside of town.
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Old Nov 4th, 2007, 04:43 PM
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I just got quote from lost Iguana and it is $3700 for 4 nites for 7 people.It comes to $925 a night.I don't think I will be able to afford it,since we still want to do week at Bosque del Cabo.I think Silencio del Campo may be better choice for us,even if we will be at separate cabinas.
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That seems pretty steep (Lost Iguana)? I believe we're paying $200 a nt for four of us (2 adults / 2 kids). Granted we're staying in one of the standard / deluxe rooms.
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Silencio del Campo gets good reviews. There is construction going on next door, but the people that have stayed there all seemed to have positive experiences. hipvirgochick stayed there - she can probably give you some good information on it.
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Thanks Volcanogirl for reply.I read all reviews from trip advisor and it has good reviews.It is actualy rated #1 hotel from Arenal on tripadvisor.Wondering when the construction will be done.Also how is the location of Silencio hotel compare to others?
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I think you will be happy with the cabinas at El Campo del Silencio. They are very spacious and the owners and staff there are very gracious. If you are going to Eco-Thermales hot springs it's about 2 minutes away, but the hotel also actually has it's own hot springs that are free, about 1 mile walk behind the property. I'm not sure when the construction will be done, but it really didn't bother us. There were just workers there during the day, no big deal. The cabinas offer great views of the volcano right across the street.
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