Wellness Centre and a wide variety of sports
Convention centre for 1,100 people
Free transfers to/from the airport
The jewel of San José’s colonial architecture is the National Theatre. Built by coffee barons in 1879, it was the first in the region to have its own electricity supply and offers a variety of cultural events. Not forgetting the Correos (post office) building and the avenues: Central - more commercial - and Segunda – which runs parallel to the former and where the Cathedral, the San José church and the Central square, are all to be found. The strategic location of Barceló Hotels & Resorts in San José de Costa Rica allows the traveller to get to know the best areas from a truly modern state of the art hotel.
The character of the Ticos (as Costa Ricans are known) can be felt in the streets of San José as well as at Barceló Hotels & Resorts in San José de Costa Rica. A visit to the Mercado Central (central market), which is still located in original building, constructed in 1880, allows visitors to sample local dishes and soak up the joyful atmosphere of this corner of the world, or sit in any bar and drink an authentic Costa Rican coffee. A tour of Costa Rica in a single cup.