Our boutique hotel includes 5, 1,000 sq ft private villas, each with their own private infinity jacuzzi pool and large ocean view terrace. The main area includes a restaurant & lounge, and an ocean view salt water infinity pool with swim up bar, jungle yoga platform and a zen lounge. The pool features a waterfall and a jacuzzi on top. Our villas feature luxurious two person bathtubs, indoor and outdoor showers, a large ocean view terrace with an infinity pool, and a perfect blend of nature and modern furniture made out of recovered Costa Rican hard wood. The property stretches out over 5 hectares surrounded by pristine primary rain forest and lots of exotic fruit trees. Howler & white faced monkeys as well as Toucans and sloths are regular visitors on our property located above Uvita, Costa Rica on the mountainside 2000 ft above Costa Ballena with a direct view of the famous Whale's Tail and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.
1,000 sq ft private villas, each with their own private infinity jacuzzi pool and large ocean view terrace. Huge bathrooms with rain fall showers, two person bathtubs as well as outdoor showers. Spectacular views thru the glass wall overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Whale's Tail and Jungle Canopy.
Nightly Rate: $375 - $485
Nightly Rate: $375 - $485
Mountains, Oceanfront, Oceanview, Rainforest, Small town, Tropical, Waterview
San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO-Juan Santamaria Intl.) 130 miles
From San Jose: The fastest way to get to Uvita from San José is to take Route 27 (Toll Road) towards Orotina, pay attention to the exit to Jaco – Tárcoles, which takes you on Route 34 (Costanera) with a straight shot to Uvita. You will go through the towns of Parrita and Quepos, and continue to Dominical. Once you pass Dominical it is 15 more minutes to Uvita. Total travel time: about 3 hours and 30 minutes. (1 hour on Route 27 and 2.5 hours on Route 34). How to get to Route 27 from the San Jose, CR airport? Exit the airport heading NORTH in the direction of Puntarenas and San Ramon (away from San Jose, in the opposite direction) and drive down the Pan-American highway (highway 1). After approximately 4Km, you will see the large Dos Pinos factory on your left. If you see the Dos Pinos you know you are doing well so keep going! Keep driving for 1 more Km until you get to a bridge (also called puente de la Revision Tecnica de alajuela). Do not get on the bridge - just take the first exit on the right immediately after this bridge (There are no signs). Go through the round-about so you cross Highway 1 below and continue on the road which is called Radial El Coyol. Within 5 minutes you will run into a roundabout which will take you onto Route 27 Highway, towards Orotina.
Beach, Eco-tourism, Extreme sports, Gourmet/Fine Dining, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Ocean, River, Sports venue, Tours
Spa, Boutique Hotel, Cabin, Villa
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Fireplace, Ironing Board, Parking, Spa, Sports equipment rental, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar
Air conditioning, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Kitchenette, Microwave, Pool, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Jennifer Dunphy and Konrad Rzasa
Polish, English, French, German, Spanish
1.We spent 5 years traveling ( Europe, Central & South America) and usually stayed in quaint B&Bs and we thought that it would be fun to build our own luxury B&B, so we did. 2.Our kid, business ( yes, that is actually our hobby ) yoga, swimming,hiking. 3.All of the cool people we meet from around the world.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian gluten-free
Camote Stuffed Mahi Mahi
Mashed Camote ( Costa Rica Sweet Potato) Stuffed Mahi Mahi, on top of a bed of grilled camote, wok grilled vegetables and topped with organic guacamole.