Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas

Location: Northern Pacific Coast | Costa Rica

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

With magnificent sunsets overlooking a secluded pristine beach and relaxing waves over the volcanic rock, Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas is a luxurious getaway surrounded by nature- set back on Langosta Beach, on the Nicoya Peninsula.
Perfect forA family vacation or a romantic honeymoon retreat in one of the country’s most popular surfing destinations.
In the knowFor a truly romantic evening with breathtaking views, have a four course dinner on the beach. After sampling fantastic organic wines and ceviche in coconut shells, finish the evening with a heavenly crème brûlée.

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Hotel Overview

Where

A 15-minute walk from the fishing hamlet, Tamarindo.

Rooms at Cala

Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas Designed by an acclaimed architect and built using indigenous hardwoods sourced from Costa Rica, the hotel features a plein air setting created by the natural wood columns and suspended palapa roofs. Ranging from one bedroom deluxe rooms to large villas with private plunge pools, the 31 rooms offer unique decor with a palette that reflects the beauty of the hotel’s surroundings, using neutral cream tones, dark wood furniture, and beach inspired decorations.

Food and facilities

Enjoy the La Caletta Lounge that serves refreshing cocktails, the large outdoor swimming pool, and the massage services in the outdoor bungalow, before heading to dinner at the Cala Moresca restaurant. The hotel restaurant serves international cuisine with Costa Rican flavours creatively conjured from the freshest, locally grown produce.

Activities at Cala

Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas Whether your definition of luxury means soaking up the warm sunshine from a pool-side chair, walking along a quiet white sandy beach, or sipping cocktails under the stars, Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas has it all. Watch the sunrise during your morning yoga class, have your fill of excitement learning to surf or catching a blue marlin deep sea fishing, and then take a well deserved break by the pool surrounded by the regions beautiful wildlife.

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