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Let me start off by saying that we only searched for luxury hotels, nice places with top of line amenities, and this one say "luxury" we though we were good-- NO. I WOULD NEVER RECOMMEND THIS PLACE-- EVER!
Start off, to get there, the pot...More
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Response from jungleluxury, Owner at El ArbolResponded 1 April 2011
We cannot believe the audacity of this so-called reviewer. Booking two nights with us and paying only one, then arriving here at night and leaving about ten minutes later to not return, taking keys that are difficult to duplicate in Costa Rica and one of...More
We visited Costa Rica for the entire month of February, 2011, and made El Arbol our happy home for the month. Nestled within the canopy of the Gandoca-Manzanillo wildlife refuge, and close to dynamic small communities and eateries, this stunning property was designed and is...More
My husband and I stayed at El Arbol for five nights with our two teenage kids - 12 and 15. We had an absolutely fantastic stay. Unlike many of the hotels and lodges in the area, the two houses that make up El Arbol are...More
We arrived at El Abrol after several disasters on our journey from Scotland to Costa Rica (engine fault with the 1st plane, huge snowstorm delay in New Jersey, bag ripped open on baggage carousel!!!). Jan Hein and Marjolein made us feel so welcome and helped...More
El Arbol was the primary reason we chose Costa Rica for our 2010 holiday vacation. We stayed there on the last 5 days of our 2 week trip, and it exceeded all of our expectations from what we had read/seen online. Gracious hosts Jan and...More
El Arbol has power. I dont really know that much about charging batteries but the houses have 110V supplied to them to run the refridgerator, lights, small oven, blender, stuff like that.
I hope this answers your question.