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I truly appreciated the excellent customer service from the hard working staff member all of them were extraordinary and friendly. I'd really like to name every single staff but unfortunately can't on here..
Dixie,Diego, Pedro,Louis and Marcus the bartender Carols and Allen and Josue house...More
My 3 nieces from Canada had booked me into their villa, on the all-inclusive plan, and it was a pleasant and memorable experience. From the moment I arrived, I was greeted by Dixie who helped me with my walker and baggage, and who introduced me...More
I stayed at this hotel as part of the Monkey Tours trip and we had trouble with the hotel not being accommodating for getting rooms close together since we were traveling with family. There are no phones in the hotels making it difficult to contact...More
Playa Samara has a lot to offer at this resort. There are plenty of bikes to rent and horses to ride. The beach is beautiful long 2+ miles from one end to the other lovely stretch. Breakfast is full of choices fresh fruit, egg dishes,...More
This was an amazing vacation destination! I have never had so much amazing customer service! The staff was phenomenal. I think a lot of the employees live on site, so no wonder it feels like home! Dixie and Andrey at the front desk made us...More
US$170 - US$401 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 On the Beach Hotel in Playa Samara
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we had a hair dryer in our room 2702 - but the outlet stopped working part way into out trip - I was able to move to the plug just on the outside of the bathroom and still see the mirror so that worked fine though a bit... More
we had a hair dryer in our room 2702 - but the outlet stopped working part way into out trip - I was able to move to the plug just on the outside of the bathroom and still see the mirror so that worked fine though a bit inconvenient. We also brought our own snorkel gear though never really used it - we brought our own floaties and just floated around on the water and used our flippers to move us about!
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Aug/Sept are both about the same. It's the rainy season there so it can be pretty hit or miss. We got lucky last Sept and had great weather for four days. The week before it had rained hard for five days. It's a total... More
Aug/Sept are both about the same. It's the rainy season there so it can be pretty hit or miss. We got lucky last Sept and had great weather for four days. The week before it had rained hard for five days. It's a total gamble.
AUGUST is in the middle of the rainy season but there is a lull in the rain at the end of July & beginning of August. This is especially true of Guanacaste. The Caribbean side is solidly in the rainy season weather pattern with some rain nearly every afternoon and/or evening. August us a great time of year to visit Costa Rica if you have some flexibility in your travel schedule. August tends to be a quieter month and there are often deals to be found in the country if you don’t mind a little precipitation and are on a budget:
SEPTEMBER is a rainy month on the west coast and throughout the mountains of Costa Rica. The Pacific beaches and central valley regions get significant rain. This generally comes in a pattern of sunny mornings followed by showers in the afternoon or evening. The South Pacific and Osa Peninsula areas are inundated by days or even weeks of continuous rainfall driven by westerly winds. The Caribbean side of the country gets a break in September and October.