Clean, delicious breakfasts, swimming pool, superb health club, breathtaking architecture. Location a 15-minute walk into Central Avenue, and the place includes supermarkets, souvenir stores, the most effective second-hand bookshop at Central or South America (a one-minute walk) fascinating stores.
All (at the low season) at about $40 per night. On top of that, multi-lingual personnel who move out of the way to assist. I (for fascination ) attempted another location but immediately zoomed back to the exceptional boutique resort. Staff suggested taking the cozumel trikes on our next trip to Mexico!
This really is a charming hotel in a trendy neighborhood. Even though the region seems like it may be somewhat funny at night, the resort itself felt entirely secure. We loved the breakfast (undoubtedly the most excellent free hotel breakfast we have ever had) as well as the pool/Jacuzzi.
There are many small areas to sit and relax around the resort, and everyone was friendly and helpful, particularly Thomas, the proprietor, that made a point of fulfilling everybody at breakfast. The Barrio Amon area is well worth researching, with a great deal of exciting architecture, parks, parks, and just a bit of the Berlin wall (actually!).
This boutique hotel in the old historic district of Barrio Amon at San Jose, CR, in a short walking distance from la Plaza de Cultura, the National Theatre, and all of the amusement facilities from town center provides an extremely relaxed and friendly setting.
He’s got a committed staff, who beneath his and his spouse’s oversight, keep the area super tidy and orderly. For its relatively smaller dimensions, it’s a pool with jacuzzi, a well-equipped workout area, a manicured little garden with shrubs and flowers, and cozy corners with tables and chairs for conversation and chatting.
After having been at 3 expensive resorts in precisely the exact same area, I’ve definitely found the ideal place to keep up on my return to San Jose.