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  • Casitas (Hotel Santa Juana)

    Casitas (Hotel Santa Juana)

    With high vaulted ceilings and panoramic terraces overlooking the National Park and coastline of Manuel Antonio.

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    Room facilities:Cable TV, Hot Water, Jungle View, Kitchenette, Microwave, Mini Refrigerator, Private Parking, Seating area, Sofa, Terrace or balcony

    Each split-level Cabina is 65m2 (650 Sq Ft) with high vaulted ceilings and panoramic terraces overlooking the National Park and coastline of Manuel Antonio. The units are located on natural hillside terraces leading up to El Mirador restaurant and the Lodge Reception area. In order to conserve precious hardwoods, over 85% of the lumber utilized came from farm grown Melina, Teak and Pine products. Included is a king bed and two sofa couches, kitchenette, and bathroom with spacious slate shower. Amenities include three functional ceiling fans, refrigerator, stove with range, microwave and coffee maker plus DVD movie library.

    Bed size:King bed and two sofa couches.

    Room size:65m2 (650 Sq Ft)

General

Santa Juana Lodge

The farmhouse at Santa Juana feeds more than one sense, however, and you’ll need your camera for the next one because the mountain views from the farmhouse porch are unparalleled; and definitely don’t overlook the up-close scenery. Not far from lunch is an original sugar cane mill called a trapiche. This is the way that sugar used to be made using farm oxen. The mill is user friendly and guests are encouraged to lend a hand and then take a sip of the cane juice. A cautionary word – it is sweet! A little uphill, because they require higher elevation, are the coffee terraces and fruit orchards, another opportunity for guests to participate in a community’s efforts to sustain itself while respecting nature and its past. Santa Juana is a working community and the experience cause one guest to remark, “What an experience! You have shown us, this is what a true community is.”

The Santa Juana Rural Mountain Adventure can end with a return trip to each guest’s hotel, but it doesn’t have to. Guests have the opportunity to combine the Adventure Tour with the Canopy Safari Zip Line Tour. See the jungle from the canopy and fly between 10 platforms. There are also two rope rappels as well as a Tarzan swing. When your tour does end at your hotel door each participant receives a Tree Adoption Certificate, a great souvenir, and a very real reminder that income from your tour goes to sustain the environment, biodiversity and projects like the Carbon Offset Reforestation Program which has planted and maintained more than 10,000 native trees in the area. Additionally, it provides villagers alternatives to manage and participate in sustainable development while conserving Costa Rica’s heritage. This is a trip which can you can feel really good about. Yes, you will have mastered the rope bridge, leaped into the waterfall, caught tilapia and rode the horses, but you will have also experienced rural and agro tourism at its best and helped conserve Costa Rica’s biodiversity while respecting its culture. One guest may have said it best in two words, “simply priceless.”

Children and extra beds

Extra Person: $56.5* per person, based upon double occupancy with meals included with max 2 extra persons (6 year and over) and under 6 years of age $28 per night, per person with meals included.

Pets

Pets are not allowed.

Accepted credit cards

Mastercard and Visa

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

12:00

Facilities

  • Gardens
  • Jungle View
  • Ocean View
  • Private Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Seating area
  • Terrace or balcony
  • WiFi

Internet

There is not internet.

Parking

Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).

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Santa Juana Lodge The farmhouse at Santa Juana feeds more than one sense, however, and you’ll need your camera for the next one because the mountain views from the farmhouse porch are unparalleled; and definitely don’t overlook the up-close scenery. Not far from lunch is an original sugar cane mill called a trapiche. This is

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