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Occidental Papagayo - Adults only

Texto: 44146 Papagayo Körfezi'nin muhteşem doğal ortamıyla çevrelenmiş, yalnızca yetişkinlere hizmet veren lüks her şey dahil resort. Blvd. Playa Hermosa 800mts al norte | 48-5000 Golfo de Papagayo | Guanacaste | Costa Rica
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Occidental Papagayo - Adults only Texto: 44146 4 out of 5 based on 3280 ratings. 3280 user reviews.
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Occidental Papagayo - Adults only

Blvd. Playa Hermosa 800mts al norte   48-5000 Golfo de Papagayo   Guanacaste   Costa Rica  


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    Richard H Vancouver, British Columbia. 09/18/2017 Yalnız seyahat

    “Come for the sun, not the beach”

    Perhaps the kindest thing you can say about the Occidental Papagayo is that it’s tired. The artwork is tired. The decor is tired. The furnishings are tired. Even a few of the staff seem tired of doing their jobs. Until recently, the property – part of the Barcelo group – was known as the Occidental GRAND Papagayo. The reasons for the demotion are obvious. On the upside, the bones are still solid. Every unit has a generous patio or balcony, but with minimal outdoor furniture. The rooms, while not spacious, are far from cramped. There are no obvious signs of decay, only corporate neglect. The scattered buildings, all in that red-tiled hacienda style common to resort designs of several decades back, were built to last and show it. But it lacks the modern pizzazz and whimsy that contemporary resorts boast. The property was built in 1995, and last refurbished in 2004. It shows. Some random observations: • There are little chips in the paint and ceramic/stone floor tiles, stains on the walls, and scuffs and tears on the furniture that the staff have likely stopped noticing. Sure, you get wear and tear in a busy resort, but they look to have been there awhile. Don’t get me wrong, they keep the place clean. I’ve seen plenty of patching, painting and polishing. But there’s a certain blinkeredness to some obvious spots needing attention. • At first, I thought the water in my room stunk of sulphur. The taps and showerhead also sputtered at me accusingly. But none of the public washrooms acted the same, and none of the other guests seemed to have the same experience. This left me perplexed until I realized that the smell and sputtering were related. It wasn’t the water that stank, it was whatever gas was building up in the pipes between use. Someone should really investigate why there’s natural gas seeping into some of the waterpipes. Let’s just be thankful they don’t allow guests to smoke in the rooms. • The landscape is very steep and hilly, as is much of Costa Rica. Most resorts provide a shuttle service using electric golf carts. But the Occidental has these oversized diesel-spewing transports, which are also noisy. More than once, when one of them has been idling outside my room, it was loud enough that I thought it was pouring rain. They’re also wide, necessitating that you stand to the side, on the grass, when they whiz pass on the common walkways. • In a couple of locations, there are very loud air conditioning units located adjacent to busy walkways. Obviously, this is due to ill-conceived landscape layout decisions coupled with outdated machinery. That, and the noisy transports, take away from what should otherwise be a tranquil setting. • The guest bathrooms suffer from the same discrepancies of even the best resorts: inadequate towel rods to effectively dry anything in what is a very humid climate; lights just dim enough to make shaving (and, one presumes, applying makeup) difficult; a single electrical outlet, which is only accessible if you unplug the hairdryer. And the shampoo, conditioner and bath gel dispensers in the shower have a fragrance reminiscent of public swimming pools or budget motel chains. • While there are different rates and room categories depending on the view, the real differences are outside of the room. Those in a superior category room gain access to the VIP lounge, can enjoy unlimited visits to the a la carte restaurants (everyone else can only go once in three days), free Wi-Fi, and a few other perks. All the rooms are otherwise identical, with the only differences being the colour of the feature wall behind the bed, and a pod coffee maker instead of the traditional mini-drip kind. And maybe toiletries less reminiscent of a Motel 6. • The main swimming pool was under renovation. That’s understandable since it was the off-season and when most upgrades are done. And it means the installation of a handicap access ramp, which is a very good thing. But there was nothing on the website that this was happening, and there is some construction noise throughout the day. It should all be done by the end of September, but still a heads-up would have been appropriate. • Do not go for the beach, a thin strip of what barely passes as sand. None of the beaches in the area are exactly up to Caribbean standards, but compared to what I saw elsewhere nearby, it’s not worth the effort of trudging down the steep staircase (complete with fall warnings). Stick with the pools, and maybe take a daytrip by boat to one of the better beaches around the bay. You might even spot some whales. • The restaurants and other venues all have banal names: The Buffet. The Italian. The Oriental. The Disco. Each punctuated with a big red dot meant to emphasize the point. I expect they once thought this was clever, but honestly there’s more imagination given these days to naming the next McDonalds sandwich. • The food is plentiful and reasonably varied, but uninspired. The snacks promised for The Disco (insert big red dot) never once materialized. And the limes are curiously dry; whether it’s with an iced tea or Cuba Libra, I never managed to squeeze more than a drop or two from a citrus which must surely be locally sourced. And for a country that grows them, I rarely saw a strawberry apart from garnishing a torte. I like fresh strawberries, so their absence as a breakfast item was noticed. • Then there was the jellied beet salad. Personally, I consider beets to be in violation of the Geneva Convention, jellied or otherwise, but that’s beside the point. It’s that the salad was reintroduced, in ever smaller quantities, over the course of three days. There was always more food available than guests could eat, which means items were constantly being reconstituted. Said salad was simply the crimson canary in the coal mine. It would be better to offer the same variety, but in smaller amounts, so as to maintain freshness. • Apart from the lack of midnight snacks in The Disco (red dot), there was also a certain degree of pettiness in not providing munchies in the designated drinking areas. I even asked one noontime if I could take a few taco chips from The Buffet (red dot) to enjoy with my Cuba Libra (and its disappointing lime), only to be told that food could not be removed from the restaurant. Snacks, it seems, are the exclusive domain of those with access to the VIP lounge. After all, class distinction must be maintained and reinforced. • Sure, the off-season can be boring for staff, but at least try to look more engaged. Servers in the restaurants seemed to be the most attentive, especially the women, but still rarely effusive. And there were little things: the woman at the taxi stand touching up her makeup instead of excusing herself to a staff room; the maintenance guy taking a shortcut through the bar with a dripping mop; a trio of bartenders engaged in a heated discussion (argument?) with a couple at the bar, oblivious to the other patrons, three men doing the work of none; and random knots of staff obviously engaged in gossip, feeling secure in the knowledge that I don’t speak Spanish and somehow won’t thereby take notice. Staff would benefit overall from the Disney concept of “on stage” versus “back stage”. • My husband is an audiologist, so I’ve come to notice when loud noises become health and safety concerns. The guys operating the pressure washers lacked hearing protection, not even those inexpensive little spongy ear plugs you find in drug stores. For a country so obviously developing economically, and with plenty of fire extinguishers and earthquake readiness notices, this is a mystery. • The Wi-Fi is decent, but an extra charge if not part of a package. The chit with my password indicated US$40 for 6 days, which thankfully I didn’t have to pay. If you go more than 15 minutes without accessing the Internet, you’re forced to log back in again – and again, and again. Very annoying. • The gym is basic, and lacks dumbbells. Why would you have barbells, but not dumbbells? I don’t want to give the impression that this was a horrible experience. In all, I got what I paid for. But there’s always room for improvement. If Barcelo is intentionally downgrading their Occidental brand, be that as it may. Given the location and setting, however, they would benefit from throwing a couple of hundred million dollars, along with a competent design team, at the property. Or they could maintain the status quo, providing a budget alternative to some of the 5-star resorts located just up the road. Epilogue: After I had written all of the above and was prepared to post it upon my return home, something unexpected happened. The resort suddenly became extremely animated as Costa Ricans descended in great numbers to celebrate the country’s Independence Day. There was additional entertainment, including a high school drum corps band. The previously laconic bartenders went into top gear, competently keeping the revellers lubricated. On my final morning, I was glad to have taken breakfast right when The Buffet (red dot) opened, as it quickly filled to capacity within minutes of my arrival. Still not what you’d call a well-oiled machine, and the food selection didn’t magically become gourmet. But after a very quiet week, it was refreshing to get a brief glimpse of what high season might look like, and that guests were reasonably cared for.
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    blessedashish Fullerton, CA. 09/08/2017 Çiftler

    “Our awesome stay at Occidental Papagayo”

    Great hotel for couples, awesome views, activities, staff, bars, restaurants. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. They make you feel like a returning friend rather than just a customer. Worth every dollar & minute.

    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
     Dear blessedashish; Your feedback is important to us. We are striving to not only meet but exceed our guest expectations when they visit us. Thank you for taking the time to write your review. We hope to see you here with us at Occidental Hotel Papagayo soon. Kind regards. J. Marie Prudencio General Manager

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    marilumach Wichita, Kansas. 09/07/2017 Çiftler

    “It could be great but..”

    The hotel is beautiful. ..but the swimming pool was under construction and the jacuzzi and hotel didn't inform about that. There was no hot water in shower...i report this problem 2 times and they never fixied it. When we arrived the receptiones was rude and she explains everything too fast that we don't understand anything. We arrived at 9 am and got the room until 2pm even though they were ready. The staff was great

    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
     Dear marilumach; Thank you for choosing Occidental Papagayo as your holiday destination. Our goal is to serve all our guests with the highest level of service and satisfaction. However we are always concerned about guests’ wellbeing and strive to make their holiday an unforgettable experience. Rest assured that we are continually working to improve our facilities and services to all our guests. As you mention we are renovating our old swimming pool, we did inform guest about the renovation, and also informed guest about the new swimming pool with wet bar that we opened close to the beach. Please accept our deepest apology regarding the issues you had during your stay, also regarding your bad experience during your check in process. We will continue working hard on it to improve. We truly value your comments and we hope to have the opportunity to host you in the future to not only meet but exceed your expectations and to demonstrate the high quality service of our brand. Kind Regards; J. Marie Prudencio General Manager

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    maxwellhollander San Francisco, Kaliforniya. 09/07/2017 Çiftler

    “Occidental Papagayo- Best Trip of Our Lives”

    This property, the staff, as well as the overall experience blew any and all expectations my wife and I had out of the water. Omar and Alonso upstairs were excellent, helpful, and extremely informative. The beach was PERFECT. The jungle led right up to the 80 degree water where you could lounge, kayak, snorkel, etc. The pools are awesome, shout out to the new swim-up bar. Michael (sp? led poolside bingo) was the man and very caring. Everybody involved in pool volleyball was the best, mainly the guy who would always say "reaaallly" and "over" and could make the perfect howler monkey noise. The food was AWESOME, especially the Italian and the Oriental. The buffet and snack bar (more like a mini buffet) are also perfect as well. Drinks- excellent and on demand (we did the all inclusive) I don't what else to say about this place. Archery, guided sunset hikes, the disco every night is a blast with karaoke, line dancing, trivia, etc, poolside Jenga, poolside bingo. Truly the best. Abundant wild life. We will 100% be back in the near future. Thanks again to everyone! -Max and Kelsey Hollander

    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
     Dear Kelsey & Hollander; Thank you for taking the time to share your recent vacation experience at Occidental Papagayo. We are so pleased to read that you had a great time and appreciate all of your feedback. We would also like to say how grateful we are to you for your extensive and descriptive review, highlighting important features of the resort and providing our future guests with useful tips and suggestions that will enhance their vacation experience. We know that our staff effort is rewarded with your kind words. It was our pleasure to attend you throughout your stay and we do hope we have the pleasure of welcoming you back here in the not too distant future. Kind regards and best wishes from us all. Best Regards. J. Marie Prudencio General Manager

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    Lori W Denver, Colorado. 09/05/2017 Çiftler

    “Vacation at Occidental Papagayo”

    The resort is beautiful and well managed. We went just for some R&R and we got so much more. Our flight back to the states was cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey, the staff were so wonderful to us. Keeping us in our original room, working hard to help us find another flight home, even arranging a birthday cake when we couldn't get home for my husband's birthday. Laura, the hotel manager and her staff went out of their way to help in any way they could. Davis and his lobby bar staff, were excellent and fun to spend time with. This resort has something for everyone whether you want to rest or have an active vacation. We will definitely go back!

    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
     Dear Lori W; We are delighted to read that you had a great time and particularly we met and exceeded your expectations during your vacations at Occidental Papagayo. Your comments will serve as an inspiration to our team to continue working with passion, ensuring our valued guests have an enjoyable and memorable experience with us. We will be waiting for you on your next vacation Kind Regards Mr. Jean Marie P General Manager

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    • eylül 18 2017
    • Vancouver, British Columbia
    • Yalnız seyahat

    Richard H

    “Come for the sun, not the beach”


    Perhaps the kindest thing you can say about the Occidental Papagayo is that it’s tired. The artwork is tired. The decor is tired. The furnishings are tired. Even a few of the staff seem tired of doing their jobs. Until recently, the property – part of the Barcelo group – was known as the Occidental GRAND Papagayo. The reasons for the demotion are obvious. On the upside, the bones are still solid. Every unit has a generous patio or balcony, but with minimal outdoor furniture. The rooms, while not spacious, are far from cramped. There are no obvious signs of decay, only corporate neglect. The scattered buildings, all in that red-tiled hacienda style common to resort designs of several decades back, were built to last and show it. But it lacks the modern pizzazz and whimsy that contemporary resorts boast. The property was built in 1995, and last refurbished in 2004. It shows. Some random observations: • There are little chips in the paint and ceramic/stone floor tiles, stains on the walls, and scuffs and tears on the furniture that the staff have likely stopped noticing. Sure, you get wear and tear in a busy resort, but they look to have been there awhile. Don’t get me wrong, they keep the place clean. I’ve seen plenty of patching, painting and polishing. But there’s a certain blinkeredness to some obvious spots needing attention. • At first, I thought the water in my room stunk of sulphur. The taps and showerhead also sputtered at me accusingly. But none of the public washrooms acted the same, and none of the other guests seemed to have the same experience. This left me perplexed until I realized that the smell and sputtering were related. It wasn’t the water that stank, it was whatever gas was building up in the pipes between use. Someone should really investigate why there’s natural gas seeping into some of the waterpipes. Let’s just be thankful they don’t allow guests to smoke in the rooms. • The landscape is very steep and hilly, as is much of Costa Rica. Most resorts provide a shuttle service using electric golf carts. But the Occidental has these oversized diesel-spewing transports, which are also noisy. More than once, when one of them has been idling outside my room, it was loud enough that I thought it was pouring rain. They’re also wide, necessitating that you stand to the side, on the grass, when they whiz pass on the common walkways. • In a couple of locations, there are very loud air conditioning units located adjacent to busy walkways. Obviously, this is due to ill-conceived landscape layout decisions coupled with outdated machinery. That, and the noisy transports, take away from what should otherwise be a tranquil setting. • The guest bathrooms suffer from the same discrepancies of even the best resorts: inadequate towel rods to effectively dry anything in what is a very humid climate; lights just dim enough to make shaving (and, one presumes, applying makeup) difficult; a single electrical outlet, which is only accessible if you unplug the hairdryer. And the shampoo, conditioner and bath gel dispensers in the shower have a fragrance reminiscent of public swimming pools or budget motel chains. • While there are different rates and room categories depending on the view, the real differences are outside of the room. Those in a superior category room gain access to the VIP lounge, can enjoy unlimited visits to the a la carte restaurants (everyone else can only go once in three days), free Wi-Fi, and a few other perks. All the rooms are otherwise identical, with the only differences being the colour of the feature wall behind the bed, and a pod coffee maker instead of the traditional mini-drip kind. And maybe toiletries less reminiscent of a Motel 6. • The main swimming pool was under renovation. That’s understandable since it was the off-season and when most upgrades are done. And it means the installation of a handicap access ramp, which is a very good thing. But there was nothing on the website that this was happening, and there is some construction noise throughout the day. It should all be done by the end of September, but still a heads-up would have been appropriate. • Do not go for the beach, a thin strip of what barely passes as sand. None of the beaches in the area are exactly up to Caribbean standards, but compared to what I saw elsewhere nearby, it’s not worth the effort of trudging down the steep staircase (complete with fall warnings). Stick with the pools, and maybe take a daytrip by boat to one of the better beaches around the bay. You might even spot some whales. • The restaurants and other venues all have banal names: The Buffet. The Italian. The Oriental. The Disco. Each punctuated with a big red dot meant to emphasize the point. I expect they once thought this was clever, but honestly there’s more imagination given these days to naming the next McDonalds sandwich. • The food is plentiful and reasonably varied, but uninspired. The snacks promised for The Disco (insert big red dot) never once materialized. And the limes are curiously dry; whether it’s with an iced tea or Cuba Libra, I never managed to squeeze more than a drop or two from a citrus which must surely be locally sourced. And for a country that grows them, I rarely saw a strawberry apart from garnishing a torte. I like fresh strawberries, so their absence as a breakfast item was noticed. • Then there was the jellied beet salad. Personally, I consider beets to be in violation of the Geneva Convention, jellied or otherwise, but that’s beside the point. It’s that the salad was reintroduced, in ever smaller quantities, over the course of three days. There was always more food available than guests could eat, which means items were constantly being reconstituted. Said salad was simply the crimson canary in the coal mine. It would be better to offer the same variety, but in smaller amounts, so as to maintain freshness. • Apart from the lack of midnight snacks in The Disco (red dot), there was also a certain degree of pettiness in not providing munchies in the designated drinking areas. I even asked one noontime if I could take a few taco chips from The Buffet (red dot) to enjoy with my Cuba Libra (and its disappointing lime), only to be told that food could not be removed from the restaurant. Snacks, it seems, are the exclusive domain of those with access to the VIP lounge. After all, class distinction must be maintained and reinforced. • Sure, the off-season can be boring for staff, but at least try to look more engaged. Servers in the restaurants seemed to be the most attentive, especially the women, but still rarely effusive. And there were little things: the woman at the taxi stand touching up her makeup instead of excusing herself to a staff room; the maintenance guy taking a shortcut through the bar with a dripping mop; a trio of bartenders engaged in a heated discussion (argument?) with a couple at the bar, oblivious to the other patrons, three men doing the work of none; and random knots of staff obviously engaged in gossip, feeling secure in the knowledge that I don’t speak Spanish and somehow won’t thereby take notice. Staff would benefit overall from the Disney concept of “on stage” versus “back stage”. • My husband is an audiologist, so I’ve come to notice when loud noises become health and safety concerns. The guys operating the pressure washers lacked hearing protection, not even those inexpensive little spongy ear plugs you find in drug stores. For a country so obviously developing economically, and with plenty of fire extinguishers and earthquake readiness notices, this is a mystery. • The Wi-Fi is decent, but an extra charge if not part of a package. The chit with my password indicated US$40 for 6 days, which thankfully I didn’t have to pay. If you go more than 15 minutes without accessing the Internet, you’re forced to log back in again – and again, and again. Very annoying. • The gym is basic, and lacks dumbbells. Why would you have barbells, but not dumbbells? I don’t want to give the impression that this was a horrible experience. In all, I got what I paid for. But there’s always room for improvement. If Barcelo is intentionally downgrading their Occidental brand, be that as it may. Given the location and setting, however, they would benefit from throwing a couple of hundred million dollars, along with a competent design team, at the property. Or they could maintain the status quo, providing a budget alternative to some of the 5-star resorts located just up the road. Epilogue: After I had written all of the above and was prepared to post it upon my return home, something unexpected happened. The resort suddenly became extremely animated as Costa Ricans descended in great numbers to celebrate the country’s Independence Day. There was additional entertainment, including a high school drum corps band. The previously laconic bartenders went into top gear, competently keeping the revellers lubricated. On my final morning, I was glad to have taken breakfast right when The Buffet (red dot) opened, as it quickly filled to capacity within minutes of my arrival. Still not what you’d call a well-oiled machine, and the food selection didn’t magically become gourmet. But after a very quiet week, it was refreshing to get a brief glimpse of what high season might look like, and that guests were reasonably cared for.


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    • eylül 8 2017
    • Fullerton, CA
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    blessedashish

    “Our awesome stay at Occidental Papagayo”


    Great hotel for couples, awesome views, activities, staff, bars, restaurants. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. They make you feel like a returning friend rather than just a customer. Worth every dollar & minute.


    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
    Dear blessedashish; Your feedback is important to us. We are striving to not only meet but exceed our guest expectations when they visit us. Thank you for taking the time to write your review. We hope to see you here with us at Occidental Hotel Papagayo soon. Kind regards. J. Marie Prudencio General Manager

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    • eylül 7 2017
    • Wichita, Kansas
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    marilumach

    “It could be great but..”


    The hotel is beautiful. ..but the swimming pool was under construction and the jacuzzi and hotel didn't inform about that. There was no hot water in shower...i report this problem 2 times and they never fixied it. When we arrived the receptiones was rude and she explains everything too fast that we don't understand anything. We arrived at 9 am and got the room until 2pm even though they were ready. The staff was great


    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
    Dear marilumach; Thank you for choosing Occidental Papagayo as your holiday destination. Our goal is to serve all our guests with the highest level of service and satisfaction. However we are always concerned about guests’ wellbeing and strive to make their holiday an unforgettable experience. Rest assured that we are continually working to improve our facilities and services to all our guests. As you mention we are renovating our old swimming pool, we did inform guest about the renovation, and also informed guest about the new swimming pool with wet bar that we opened close to the beach. Please accept our deepest apology regarding the issues you had during your stay, also regarding your bad experience during your check in process. We will continue working hard on it to improve. We truly value your comments and we hope to have the opportunity to host you in the future to not only meet but exceed your expectations and to demonstrate the high quality service of our brand. Kind Regards; J. Marie Prudencio General Manager

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    • eylül 7 2017
    • San Francisco, Kaliforniya
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    maxwellhollander

    “Occidental Papagayo- Best Trip of Our Lives”


    This property, the staff, as well as the overall experience blew any and all expectations my wife and I had out of the water. Omar and Alonso upstairs were excellent, helpful, and extremely informative. The beach was PERFECT. The jungle led right up to the 80 degree water where you could lounge, kayak, snorkel, etc. The pools are awesome, shout out to the new swim-up bar. Michael (sp? led poolside bingo) was the man and very caring. Everybody involved in pool volleyball was the best, mainly the guy who would always say "reaaallly" and "over" and could make the perfect howler monkey noise. The food was AWESOME, especially the Italian and the Oriental. The buffet and snack bar (more like a mini buffet) are also perfect as well. Drinks- excellent and on demand (we did the all inclusive) I don't what else to say about this place. Archery, guided sunset hikes, the disco every night is a blast with karaoke, line dancing, trivia, etc, poolside Jenga, poolside bingo. Truly the best. Abundant wild life. We will 100% be back in the near future. Thanks again to everyone! -Max and Kelsey Hollander


    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
    Dear Kelsey & Hollander; Thank you for taking the time to share your recent vacation experience at Occidental Papagayo. We are so pleased to read that you had a great time and appreciate all of your feedback. We would also like to say how grateful we are to you for your extensive and descriptive review, highlighting important features of the resort and providing our future guests with useful tips and suggestions that will enhance their vacation experience. We know that our staff effort is rewarded with your kind words. It was our pleasure to attend you throughout your stay and we do hope we have the pleasure of welcoming you back here in the not too distant future. Kind regards and best wishes from us all. Best Regards. J. Marie Prudencio General Manager

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    • eylül 5 2017
    • Denver, Colorado
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    Lori W

    “Vacation at Occidental Papagayo”


    The resort is beautiful and well managed. We went just for some R&R and we got so much more. Our flight back to the states was cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey, the staff were so wonderful to us. Keeping us in our original room, working hard to help us find another flight home, even arranging a birthday cake when we couldn't get home for my husband's birthday. Laura, the hotel manager and her staff went out of their way to help in any way they could. Davis and his lobby bar staff, were excellent and fun to spend time with. This resort has something for everyone whether you want to rest or have an active vacation. We will definitely go back!


    Director General Jean Marie P - Occidental Papagayo - Adults only, bu yorumu yanıtladı
    Dear Lori W; We are delighted to read that you had a great time and particularly we met and exceeded your expectations during your vacations at Occidental Papagayo. Your comments will serve as an inspiration to our team to continue working with passion, ensuring our valued guests have an enjoyable and memorable experience with us. We will be waiting for you on your next vacation Kind Regards Mr. Jean Marie P General Manager

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