Please help to chose FAlls, Parador or Costa Verde

Old Oct 7th, 2011, 06:59 AM
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Please help to chose FAlls, Parador or Costa Verde

2 adults and 2 boys (17) will be in Manuel Antonio in January for beach and park activity for 4 nights, I reserved La Posada Private Jungle for 3 nights, but the first night is not availbale, so I have to stay somewhere else. I would need 2 rooms or 2 bedrooms. Can't deside between those 3 hotels. In Costa Verde I can get 2 bedroom bungalo for $227 no breakfast, Falls and Parador just rooms, so it will be about $350 with breakfast, Parador even more. Is FAlls and Parador much better to pay extra? Ok, breakfast cost some money, but not $100+. We will be travelling from Arenal to Manuel Antonio, so probably we will arrive in late afternoon (we will not drive)
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Old Oct 7th, 2011, 01:09 PM
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costaverde.com is best closest to the park GREAT views

brainz.org/news/hotel-costa-verde-boeing-727-suite/590

one of the most unusual places to stay if avaiable but

great jungle lodge vibe good food walk downhill to park/beach

Personaly paid $150 for the penthouse a giant suite GREAT

Your others farther away not as nice...

Have fun!
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Old Oct 7th, 2011, 01:11 PM
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Across the street from CV www.villasnicolas.com

might work well for you also with better price point

you can still walk downhill to beach/[ark
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Old Oct 7th, 2011, 02:01 PM
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I would stay at Costa Verde, especially since you won't be there for long to justify spending so much for 1 night. It has great views and 2 restaurants on site. Btw, Villa Nicolas is not right across the street from CV, it is about 5 minutes further up the road (towards Quepos).
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I have stayed at Costa Verde, good view, a little dated in some areas but a good price for what you are getting in comparison to other area hotels. Parador is swanky, too much $$$ for my personal tastes. The falls is also good, stayed there once and was dug it.

I would choose a different option all together just for ease, San Bada - http://www.hotelsanbada.com/manuel-antonio/ is right across the street from La Posada, you could throw a rock and hit one hotel from the other. Makes moving day a breeze.
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Old Oct 12th, 2011, 10:26 AM
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