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Si Como No - Hotel Central Pacific - Costa Rica

Picturesque and comfortable, Si Como No (“Yes, why not?“) strikes a fine balance between simplicity and opulence - or “barefoot luxury.” The hotel is part of the Manuel Antonio resort (in a national park of the same name) and is a member of Green Hotels of Costa Rica and the Certification for Sustainable Tourism. All of the 58 rooms have sea or forest views, but no televisions. Instead, guests have free access to a movie theatre which shows a different movie every night. The hotel is family friendly and there are four different honeymoon suites. Rooms range from $165 - $240 per night plus tax. The resort has it’s own private wildlife refuge, butterfly and amphibian gardens, crocodile lagoons, live entertainment, and restaurants.

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Hotel Types:
Boutique hotel, Steam bath & swiming pool, Comfort, interest in culture, family friendly, looking to relax, romantic , Gay friendly, Eco-friendly, Business

This Hotel is: Budget

Getting There:
From the Costa Rican International Airport, take the Pan-American Highway to Atenas. Exit at the Atenas - Orotina sign and continue past Orotina. Follow the Hotel signs to Quepos where you turn left just past a small park, and drive another 2.5 miles (4 k

Room Prices:
Price Description:Prices include buffet breakfast but do not include 16.39 percent tax. Rooms are single or double occupancy with a $30 per day additional charge for each extra person. Rates increase during the high seasons: Nov. 15 to April 30 and July 1 to Aug. 31.

Contact Information:
Phone: (506) 2 777-0777
Fax: (506) 2 777-1093
E-mail: information(at)

Other Hotels in Manuel Antonio that may be of interest: Babaloo Inn, Arenas del Mar, La Mansion Inn, El Parador, Mango Moon, La Mandarina, Gaia and Villas Nicola.

By Dallas
Bachelor of Health Sciences & Psychology, TEFL Graduate, worked as an adventure tour photographer, travel writer, Voxy blogger, Chamber of Commerce...
17 Sep 2009

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