Latitude 10

Location: Northern Pacific Coast | Costa Rica

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

Straying far from the beaten tourist track, down dimly lit forest trails; Latitude 10 is a small collection of exclusive beachside casitas among intimate jungle surroundings. Tucked away in a remote spot outside the surf town of Santa Teresa, its style is that of a quaint Balinese retreat, where all stress is strictly forbidden.
Perfect forCouples and surfer dudes looking for a chilled out getaway.
In the knowVisit the nearby Curu Wildlife Refuge, where you will be able to see monkeys and scarlet macaws to name but a few, or take a snorkel and turtle viewing trip to Isla Tortuga.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Boutique Hotel
  • Eco-tourism
  • Food & Wine

Hotel Overview

Where

Santa Teresa, Nicoya Peninsula.

Rooms at Latitude 10

Blending into the surrounding forest, the five sustainable casitas are constructed from almond wood and furnished with locally made interiors. With no need for windows, they look out into the forest, making you feel at one with nature and your surroundings. Enjoy the open space, swinging in your own hammock, or showering in the private open-air bathrooms.

Food and facilities

Breakfast is served at the bar, where you’ll be surrounded by tranquil green garden and hear the waves hitting the nearby shore in the background.  Although there is no a la carte menu available, dinner is served in the Balinese style clubhouse, where you are given a choice of two different dishes each evening.  The retreat also houses an infinity pool that overlooks the spectacular beach and an open-air wellness spa.

Activities at Latitude 10

The secluded beach is considered one of the best in the country, thanks to its dazzling golden sands and remote location, which limits the number of tourists that reach it. Take one of the yoga classes run by the hotel, or grab a board and ride the waves. Return to civilisation and head into Santa Teresa to browse the surf shops, drink in friendly bars or dine in beachside restaurants.

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