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7 of the Best All-inclusive Resorts in Costa Rica


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All-inclusive Resorts in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is full of natural wonders which attracts millions of tourists every year. It is a country for everyone. If you are in love with the sea, you have more than 300 beaches, incredible diving locations or hot springs to choose from. If you are in love with the mountains, you can choose from national parks, rainforests, waterfalls or adventure parks.
 
Or, you can take enough time, at least one month, to visit both the beaches and the rainforests. Costa Rica is full of interesting activities to do, like visiting the underground caves, active volcanoes or ziplining. Although visiting new places is empowering and relaxing, at the end of the day, your energy level will be low.
 
That’s why it is so important to have a soft and comfy bed to sleep and a relaxing resort setup. Who would not love lounging in a pool with a cocktail? Depending on your itinerary, here you have 7 best all-inclusive resorts in Costa Rica to choose from.

Drake Bay Getaway Resort, Osa Peninsula


 
If you are in the southwest of Costa Rica, Drake Bay Getaway Resort is the best choice. The resort is quite small, and it offers an intimate and cozy setup. You have miles of unspoiled nature to explore and discover.
 
Some visitors have reported that they even saw whales breaching from their private cabin terrace. What is also nice about this resort is the food. Because it has its own garden, here you will eat mostly organic meals. The view of the Pacific and Corcovado National Park is breathtaking.

Dreams Las Mareas, Guanacaste


 
This resort will offer you an unlimited luxury experience like they like to say. After you visit the nearby attractions like Orosi Volcano, Guanacaste National Park or Santa Rosa National Park, your body will need rest.
 
The good news is that here, rooms have hot tubs on their terrace. If you need a chiller vacation, the resort offers a range of activities, from salsa learning lessons to cocktails mixing courses. So, what are you waiting for? Book that room!

Westin Golf Resort & Spa, Playa Conchal


 
Westin Golf Resort & Spa is a 5-star hotel that is like a haven for golf enthusiasts. Of course, if you are not into golf, the resort offers a wide range of other facilities. You can choose from beach volleyball or snorkeling.
 
You can also explore the nearby region by bike or just swim in those dreamy pools. But all these demanding activities will trigger your hunger. You have eleven restaurants to choose from and the food is mouth-watering.

Tabacon Thermal Resort and Spa, Fortuna


 
The unique feature of Tabacon Thermal Resort and Spa is the access to hot springs. You can soak in the hot waters of Costa Rica and to be totally surrounded by nature. You also have excellent views from your room. The restaurant offers a wide range of meals.
 
You will have the opportunity to taste local dishes, but also to return to international ones. A stronger connection with nature is reinforced by the peaceful and relaxing moments spent at your private open-air spa bungalow. Complementary activities like “Plant a Tree Activity” or access to Shangri-La Gardens for guests 18+ are also available.
 
Depending on what you want to do, they have multiple packages to choose from. For example, you can choose the Jungle Adrenaline Package and activities like horseback riding, waterfall hike, white-water rafting or Canopy Adventure are available.

Barcelo Tambor, Tambor Beach


 
Here you can choose from a wide range of pools and the resort also has an amazing waterfall. If you are interested in demanding activities, here you can find a climbing wall and an archery range to discover.
 
Of course, other facilities like a trampoline or a huge chess board are available in the resort. The most interesting thing about this resort is that for each night of your stay you get from the hotel comped holes of golf. Why? Because you will see over 170 macaws flying near the resort.

Villa Buena Onda, Guanacaste


 
This hideaway is only for adults and it has only seven rooms, which brings more intimacy to the place. Because it is a resort that offers great quality service, you will always find more staff people than visitors.
 
It is a cozy and comfortable resort and each room has its private patio or a private balcony and you can overlook the mesmerizing Papagayo Bay. Of course, the resort offers an amazing beach to relax on. There are cooking or yoga classes as alternatives for relaxation.

Secrets Papagayo, Papagayo Peninsula


 
Well, the unique feature of this resort is the surrounding. At night, you can take a walk near the property and you will spot Howler monkeys in the trees. Besides this incredible touch of nature, the resort offers a wide range of rooms, 202 rooms to be more specific, and each of them has its private patio.
 
The resort is adults-only, so you can enjoy the calm and peaceful atmosphere inside the property. Of course, like every resort that offers quality services, room service is available 24-hours a day. My friend from NSBroker said: “Traveling brings a touch of peace, relaxation, and open-mindedness to you”. So, why not choose the wonderful Secrets Papagayo?

So, What Choice to Make?

Costa Rica is a country that is so amazing. You will have a lot of activities and attraction points to visit while your journey. You can choose from natural parks and active volcanoes to ziplining, over 300 beaches and hot springs. It is important to choose an accommodation that offers you quality services.
 
If it creates a comfy, relaxing and peaceful atmosphere, then that is the right place. Who would not need a private balcony to overlook the bay, the ocean or the jungle at the end of a demanding day?
 
Do not forget that most of them offer yoga or Pilates, cooking classes or even mixing cocktails, waterfalls, huge chess boards or salsa learning classes.
 

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Jacob Dillon

Jacob Dillon

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Jacob Dillon is a professional writer and distinctive journalist from Sydney. Being passionate about what he does, Jacob likes to discuss stirring events as well as express his opinion about technological advancements and evolution of society. Find Jacob on Twitter and Facebook.

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