Hotel Si Como No, Puntarenas
For those who have visited the Manuel Antonio National Park, Hotel Si Como No is the ideal eco-friendly destination; but for those who are unaware of it, this hotel is among the most famous boutique as well as eco hotels of Costa Rica. This central-Pacific coastal hotel is located above the national park and is lushly flanked by the green hills making the retreat as the perfect wild sanctuary for the couples as well as families. Reflecting its typical model of barefoot lavishness, this tropical delight is the home of the 4-star accommodations as well as services, beach, spa, restaurants, and pools all just for your comfort and convenience.
From the minute you step in to the Hotel Si Como No until you go home, there are panoramic vistas from your scenic hilltop rooms, flanking wild park, endless water vistas, waterfalls, solar Jacuzzi, the unique Wildlife Refuge, private Butterfly Atrium, jumping monkeys, musical rivers, lush tropical rainforests, and colorful birds to entertain, soothe, and heal you naturally. Here, you will be at one with the nature all 24 hours via its several enchanting activities like guided nature tours as well as water adventures.
Did you know that this is an award-winning hotel for its architecture? Well, now you really have to go there and check that out!
At Hotel Si Como No, 54 rooms as well as 4 suites of which a few offer the forest, ocean, or garden vista. You can choose any of them and can expect AC, CD player, private bathroom, mini bar, dial-up Internet access (surcharge), sewing kit, direct-dial phone, ceiling fan, soundproofed rooms, shower/tub combination, sofa bed, extra towels/bedding, clock radio, coffee/tea maker, wake-up calls, safe, turndown service, desk, crib, iron/ironing board, daily housekeeping, and complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access.
Swim-up bar • Wheelchair accessible • TV in the lobby • Café • Lounge • Laundry facilities • Safe-deposit box – front desk • Medical aid • Porter/bellhop • Parking (free) • Air-conditioned public areas • 2 restaurants • Parking (secure) • Security guard • Front desk hours • Area shuttle (complimentary) • Event catering • Floor butler • Airport transportation (surcharge) • Dry cleaning/laundry service • Audio-visual equipment • Multilingual staff • Wired (high-speed) Internet access – complimentary • Babysitting or child care • Doorman • Concierge desk • Banquet facilities • Complimentary newspapers in lobby • Business services • Exhibit space • On-site medical aid • Gift shops • Currency exchange • Complimentary breakfast • Dial-up Internet access – surcharge • Complimentary wireless (high-speed) Internet access
Eco tours • Private Wildlife Refuge • Santa Juana Mountain tour featuring meals, juices, and river and slope walks via a nature guide and meals • The Butterfly Botanical Garden • Amphibian Aquatic Garden • Mountain biking • Amphibian water gardens • Jungle Night Walk (rainforest) • Botanical Garden as well as Spice Farm tour • Reptile Exhibit • Rainforest aerial tram • Horse back riding • The Canopy Safari • River cruise • Dolphin discovery tour • Snorkeling • Scuba Diving • Surfing lessons • Boating • River rafting • 2 outdoor swimming pools • Garden • Patio • Pool umbrellas • Waterslide • Fitness facilities • Full-service health spa • Swimming pool – children’s • Beach umbrellas • Yoga • Kayaking • Massage – spa treatment room(s) • Surfing/boogie boarding • Whale-watching nearby • Bird watching • Private movie cinema tour • Shopping.
The spa here is equipped with three treatment rooms to offer the body as well as facial treatments, aromatherapy, and the views of the mountain, water, ocean, and garden.
Herein, the two restaurants excitingly fulfill your appetite daily. The Rico Tico Tex Mex where the casual attire is the dress code and the Claro Que Si where there is no such rule, both provides some specialties as well as creative fusions. Expect all the three meals at the former, whereas the latter serves only dinner.
There is also a café shop called Café Tal where you can savor light refreshments after 10 am.
Manuel Antonio National Park, Manuel Antonio, Puntarenas, Aguirre Costa Rica.
From $185 per night.
1996 Costa Rican National Grand Prize for its visually striking structural buildup.