Nice Rooms at Si Como No?

Old Feb 14th, 2007, 08:58 AM
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Nice Rooms at Si Como No?

We will be staying at Si Como No while visiting Manuel Antonio Park, and wondering if anyone has a recommendation for good rooms or building numbers. I've heard that the rooms lower down on the property are not as nice and they sometimes try to give you those rooms first. Any specific room nos. that you had and enjoyed? Thanks
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Old Feb 14th, 2007, 05:46 PM
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We just got back from Si Como No. We were in Luxury Suites 50 and 51 in building 17. They were higher up and pricy, but very nice.
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Old Feb 15th, 2007, 05:39 AM
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Lower down on the property is also away from the road. So if you ask to be higer up - you don't want to be so close to the road either.
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Old Feb 17th, 2007, 02:03 PM
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We just returned from CR. We stayed at Si Como No for two nights and were not impressed with the place. We had a standard room and it was small, with a very small balcony and partial ocean view. We paid $225 a night and I thought it was over priced and the whole place over rated. We preferred the Costa Verde Hotel. We had a Jr. Suite there and it was great, a lot less money with full ocean view.
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i go with what MarciaM said these rooms were the ones u stayed too - were good enough for me...
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I'm looking to book a deluxe room (1 king bed and 1 double bed). Does anyone have any room recs?

So let me get this straight -- I should ask for a room higher up meaning on the higher floors? They want the entire thing paid up front (8 weeks away!) so I'm trying to put as much into writing as I can.
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