Lush Jungle Osa Península Eco Lodge with Great Ocean Views
Península de Osa
Stunning views from this Bay and Islands View Hotel! Located on the inside coast of the Southern part of the Nicoya Peninsula, this operational hotel (since 2011) has impressive views and proximity to 18 islands in the Gulf of Nicoya, and is just minutes from the Paquera Ferry, yet nestled in a hillside and surrounded by tropical jungle.
The hotel, of 11 standard rooms, 4 deluxe rooms, and two apartments, includes a restaurant that seats 45 guests. It does very well on Trip Advisor, and bookings online and through travel agencies.
The views from all balconies and from the infinity pool are over the Gulf of Nicoya, the Tortuga Island, and the Órganos Beach only 3 minutes away by car with free parking, ideal for a morning on the beach before having lunch at the hotel and lounging by the pool in the afternoon.
The location of Bay and Islands View Hotel allows for some fantastic tours for guests, including the Curu Wildlife Park 15 minutes away, the San Lucas (formerly prison) island (being renovated by the current government), San Pedro (monkey) island, Tortuga island famous for top-quality snorkeling, whale and dolphin watching, canopy and waterfall tours, and even night-kayak tours of the bioluminescence naturally forming in the waters off the coast of the Gulf of Nicoya.
The Tambor airport is a 30 minute drive, and there are municipal plans for a marina at Tambor. The Paquera and other ferries are not far, connecting guests to the mainland and the rest of the península. This hotel is unique given the location, as it is the only one of its class in the area.
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