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Recent Manuel Antonio reviews

  • One only word..."PERFECT!!!"

    "Since the reservation call till the departure, our time in the house was just perfect. Heather, Josue and Roxana they made us feel so respected and loved that honestly we hesitate several times on left the house and we want to keep it for one more week. This is a very private space, warm and made it for fun and family, on the middle of a private reserve, we enjoyed the coffee in the mornings watching the monkeys crossing at 300 feet from us, really near of lot of facilities, quiet and private, clean and the house keeper is so worried to provide the best service and be there for all your needs. From now on this will be my only stay place in Manuel Antonio."
    Guest: Paul V Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 27, 2015
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  • Cannot go wrong with this choice in manuel antonio

    "We rented both levels of Villa Titi for 3 nights while we were in Manuel Antonio, and loved it - it is hard to go wrong as there are many things that will make this a great spot while in MA. 1. People: Everyone associated with Villa Titi are warm, responsive and helpful. Prior to arriving, John (the owner) was very helpful over the phone and email. The staff on location (remember this is a villa within a hotel) were helpful, and most importantly John's friend Rosa, who made us feel at home and less of a tourist - She spoke to us at least 2-3 times on the phone, advised us on what buses to take, what activities might be appropriate with kids, how to avoid getting ripped off as tourist, and even arranged our transport to San Jose with a wonderful car and driver - she is an excellent resource who makes you feel at home. 2. The Environment : Villa Titi is located in the Hotel Eclipse, which is a collection of villas on a cliff surrounded by lush greenery - there are trees, flowers and wildlife all around. You end up getting the best of both worlds - you own private villa surrounded by nature, yet creature comforts like a swimming pool or a hotel bar or laundry are a few steps away. We saw two types of monkeys, large garden lizards, and butterflies and birds - more animals than you will see at the national park. 3. The Location :You will not find a better location in MA - the hotel entrance is on the main road from Quepos to Manuel Antonio national park, and there is a bus stop just outside the hotel - the bus will take you to the Manuel Antonio beaches, the national park, and also Quepos and the supermarkets. You can also walk to all the other major hotels and restaurants ... they are all walking distance. For little kids, there is a mini butterfly garden about 200 meters (opposite the Si Co Mo No hotel) - you really dont need your own transport to get around. 4. Things you should be prepared for: a) Villa Titi is beautiful but its not luxury - Its a charming home with all amenities (kitchen+utensils, bed, A/C, open space, fast WiFi) but don't expect the four seasons - the bathroom tiles are an older design, and the sinks might be smaller than your fancy resort, but after about 10 minutes you dont notice it, and settle right in b) Manuel Antonio is expensive - Expect New York prices everywhere, and that everything is built for tourists c) Villa Titi has stairs - You are on a cliff so be prepared to walk up and down a fair bit"
    Guest: Amit S. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 12, 2015
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  • Lovely privacy, pool, and great concierges!

    "We were here for five days escaping from the snow in Boston. Sabrina, one of the concierges, helped us set up surfing lessons for two 20 year olds and for our 8 year old kids. They had a great two hours learning with Rogelio. Then we had a tour of the national park on the next day--I would only suggest in the future that you try to get there as soon as the park opens in the morning--it was pretty busy and then very hot. Our guide Jason was great, we enjoyed the wildlife spotting and a swim at the beach to wrap it up. Yes, the monkeys did steal some of our food. Smart little dudes. The third day we went ziplining--also set up by Sabrina. Great tour and lots of fun. Highly recommended for anyone not afraid of heights (one of the kids backed out at the last minute and he spent the two hours getting a tour of the butterfly garden and feeding the basilisk lizard. He was fine). We spent the other two days just wandering the beaches--the main one that is down the hill and also the one near Shana Resort. I think it is called Biesatz or something. The house has lots of info on where to go, what to see and restaurants to go to. The other concierge Geralyn helped us get taxis and reservations at the various places for lunch and dinner. Barba Roja was our favorite. We relied on taxis for the most part and the bus. The house is located downhill from most of the restaurants so we walked up and taxied down. It is uphill from the beach and we usually walked down and then took the bus back up and then walked downhill from the bus stop. What a wonderful place--and the small house pool was awesome--perfect temperature and size for an afternoon cool down. Highly recommended."
    Guest: Kristin B. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 23, 2015
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  • Casa de Frutas

    "It was unanimous among our family of 5- Tulemar sets the bar high for vacation destinations. We loved everything from the quiet picturesque surroundings (sans Howler Monkeys), attentive service and of course the incredible Casa de Frutas. Tulemar is truly like living inside a zoo- it's an experience in itself to sit and witness all the wildlife in it's natural habitat. The locals are kind, inviting and ready to share their beautiful country with visitors. Mauricio was an amazing concierge, and whether we needed to go to the grocery store, wanted to book a tour, or were wondering what to do for dinner, he was there for our every need. Thank you so much for the service and paradise you gave us Tulemar! It was a vacation we will not soon forget."
    Guest: Grant G Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 24, 2015
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