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Great hotel set on the side of the volcano. Rooms were great and the restaurants served lovely food. The hotel provide a shuttle to rooms but we chose to walk around at night and being from England the fireflies amazed us. Friendly staff and the...More
The pool area is very nice. Two big slides, three pools, a great pool bar and the view to the volcano is magnificent. BUT the rooms are not to recommend. Besides the fact that the rooms are old, they smell and they are not clean....More
We only visited for a day. We zipped lined, that was great. We went to the hot springs pool and ate dinner. It was a really nice day. We can't speak for the accommodations. The Zip lining guides were great. They made me feel comfortable....More
We stayed in two superior rooms for the 7 of us. The kids loved the slides! There are so many choices of pools and things to do. The grounds are absolutely beautiful and the pools have been upgraded from the last time we were here...More
Ironic that the spa hotel has hot springs but after a day of hiking up the volcano and other physical activities, you can't go back to the hotel room and have a hot shower before dinner. Stayed for 3 nights, 2 nights water was barely...More
Yes there was a hiking trail. It is about 6 Kms although we were told 3 Kms return. It was worth doing and is at the observatory. We saw birds, a sloth but no monkeys. Take a jacket in case it rains. Nice resort but we... More
Yes there was a hiking trail. It is about 6 Kms although we were told 3 Kms return. It was worth doing and is at the observatory. We saw birds, a sloth but no monkeys. Take a jacket in case it rains. Nice resort but we didn’t enjoy food there.
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"The rooms near the pools are superior rooms and I would pay the extra money to stay there."