GreenLagoon Arenal Waterfall Villas
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||1200 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
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Description from the owner
Hill Top Amazing 2B2B Villa with Terraza and Deck-Jacuzzi with 360 most spectacular Views. 360 Glass walls with Breathtaking Scenaries from every Corner. Sleeps 6. Kitchen. Sustainable Building & EcoRustic Decor w/ Abundant Nature Private Lot in a Resort-Like Living. Restaurant in the Property. Additional Std and Superior King & Queen Units if needed. Pools. Tiki Bar and Tiki Grill. SPA. Private Park & Gardens Trails Included. Lagoon in the Property.
GreenLagoon Arenal Waterfall Villas
La Fortuna de San Carlos, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica
Additional Location Information
Our location which is surrounded by the Arenal National Park, Fortuna Waterfall, Cerro Chato & Arenal Volcanoes, provides multiple recreational options in the area, such as Hot Springs, Waterfall, Horseback Riding, ATV, Volcanoes, Cerro Chato Hiking, Swimming, fishing, Canopy Zip Lines, White Water Rafting, Kayaking, Windsurfing, Safari River Floats, Rain Forest and Volcano Tours, Rain Forest Wild Life Boat Tours, Sky Tram and many other recreations. Dinning, Shopping, Banks and business atmosphere is available in the town of La Fortuna, 3 miles down the hill.
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$250 - $325||$250 - $325||$1,600 - $2,000||$4,000 - $6,500||2 nights|
|Dec. 24 2011 - Apr. 30 2012
Rack Winter High 11-12
|$300 - $325||$300 - $325||$1,900 - $2,000||$5,500 - $6,500||2 nights|
|May. 1 2012 - Jun. 30 2012||$250 - $275||$250 - $275||$1,600 - $1,800||$4,000 - $5,000||2 nights|
|Jul. 1 2012 - Aug. 31 2012||$275 - $300||$275 - $300||$1,800 - $2,000||$5,000 - $6,000||2 nights|
|Sep. 1 2012 - Dec. 23 2012||$250 - $275||$250 - $275||$1,600 - $1,800||$4,000 - $5,000||2 nights|
|All Other Dates||$300||$300||$1,900||$5,500||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Country Tax - 13% of rental - Tax - Add Tax
Additional notes from owner
Meals and Room Service are available. Minimum Purchase for Room Service: Breakfast $16.00. Lunch or Dinner $24.00
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 11, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Pricey but gorgeous
My wife, our seven-year-old and I stayed for two nights in the lower of the property's two bungalows. We had a great time, and recommend GreenLagoon -- but it's not a bargain!
- An incredibly lovely site, high above La Fortuna on the edge of the cloud forest next to Cerro Chato, the arenal volcano's dormant little sibling. Wonderful views of the valley and the forest from the bungalow's small porch.
- Right next to the La Fortuna river waterfall, well worth the short walk. With a 7-year-old we walked the longer, more rigorous trail to Cerro Chato for a little while (it's stunning and well-kept) but we had to turn around well short of the summit. Proximity of these trails means plenty to do without leaving the immediate area.
- Very clean, spacious, and well-designed accommodations. A well-functioning kitchenette.
- A very friendly and accommodating staff. Responded quickly to any requests.
- Costa Rican-owned and very committed to environmental preservation.
- Very quiet site. Lots of wildlife, especially an incredible variety of birds. Flourishing, flowery gardens.
- The free breakfast was a hearty campesino feast.
- Because a ridge lies in the way, you can't see the arenal volcano from most parts of the property. You'll see it -- it's close, you'll hear it, and you're on the green (not ashen) side -- on the drive up to this remote site, and from the Cerro Chato trail. But not from your windows/balcony.
- With taxes and high-season surcharges, we ended up paying about $400/night. Yikes.
- You're high up in the mountains. That pool is cold! No hot springs in this part of the area.
- We had dinner there because they said we could if we asked ahead of time, but it's clearly not what they usually "do." Service was friendly and it was delicious, but little things (silverware) slipped through the cracks occasionally. Maybe try one of La Fortuna's restaurants down the hill.
- Remoteness means distance. You must have a car. The last 4km of road to the site means driving over a steep dirt road with some big rocks. (We did it in a compact Kia with no problems.) La Fortuna is a 10-minute drive. Tabacon hot springs is 20 min. The Lake arenal dam is 25 min. The National Park entrance is 25-30 min.