- For adults only
- Ideal for couples looking for rest and relaxation
- Scenic views of the Gulf of Papagayo
- Trips and excursions service
The Pacific coast of Costa Rica has an incredibly dry and warm climate, sunny days, tropical forests, protected natural areas and beautiful beaches with great waves, diving and relaxation by the sea. If Guanacaste, in the North, is a tropical area of impressive mountains and volcanoes, the province still has another charm to offer: the Gulf of Papagayo, the jewel of the North Pacific that you shouldn't miss and where you will experience your holiday in a natural paradise waiting to be discovered.
The friendly character of Costa Rica makes it a destination where you feel welcome and in good hands and it inspires also the philosophy of its hotels. At the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Gulf of Papagayo, the wide variety of plans and activities make travellers want to come back again and again. From relaxation under the sun with views of green landscapes and sea to walking side by side with exotic animals in their natural habitat. Or perhaps doing some water sports: this is your daily routine in Costa Rica.
Meanwhile, Guanacaste offers easy access to one of the largest attractions of the country: the great National Park Santa Rosa, recognised in 1972. There, ten different habitats allow you to visit mangroves, marshes and oak forests watching local mammals, birds and amphibians. Another of the local jewels is the Rincon de la Vieja National Park, which houses two volcanoes: the Rincón de la Vieja, an active volcano over a million years old, and Santa María, with six volcanic peaks and 32 rivers and gullies.
From Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Gulf of Papagayo you can comfortably enjoy the natural attractions of Costa Rica and Guanacaste. In an atmosphere of pure relaxation, the routes through the local nature are as accessible as the Playa Hermosa and Playa Buena area, or the entertainment of towns such as Playa del Coco.
For lovers of pure life, we offer you the best hotels in Gulf of Papagayo.