The Four Seasons is part of the master-planned Papagayo resort development, giving it a feeling of being less than remote
The resort welcomes passengers at the airport in Liberia, about an hour away, but airport transfers are not included
U.S. dollars are widely used in Costa Rica
Parking on site
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The country’s most luxurious take on eco-tourism, perched on a hillside above the Pacfic Ocean with views of golden beaches
Quite possibly the most luxurious resort in Central America, the Four Seasons marries its international sense of chic and outstanding guest service with a spectacular natural environment. The 154 guest rooms, suites and residences stretch up a hillside overlooking the ocean and are filled with rattan and bamboo furniture, indigenous wood and stone and local artwork. Two beaches, four swimming pools, a massive spa, a kids club, a golf course and dining options that range from Italian seafood to casual steakhouse provide all the comforts Four Seasons guests would expect, while positioning them close to eco-adventures that include surfing and zip-lining over the rain forest canopy.
In the Area
Costa Rica is the capital for eco- and adventure tourism for very good reason. Nearby activities range from sport fishing in an area known as the “Jurassic Park” or fishing for its abundance of marlin, wahoo, and large tuna; to horseback riding on traditional cattle ranches; to canopy tours of the Monteverde Cloud Forest. The hotel offers an extensive list of carefully orchestrated day trips and tours, some close by and some as far afield as Nicaragua.