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Falls Resort

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  • Falls Resort
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The Falls Resort is an agreeable mid-range hotel close to the beach and Manuel Antonio National Park. The gardens are especially lovely, and attract all sorts of wildlife.

The Falls Resort, an agreeable mid-range hotel, is situated just a ten-minute walk from the coast, close to Manuel Antonio National Park, on a leafy hilltop. There is a handy shuttle bus which takes visitors to the beach, the national park and Quepos, the little port town a short distance away.

The generously-proportioned rooms are attractive, if simply furnished, with generously sized beds, private bathroom and either an outdoor porch or a terrace. If you need any information or excursions to be organised, the accommodating staff are only too eager to please.

The gardens, overlooked by the guest rooms, are especially lovely, and attract all sorts of wildlife including monkeys, agoutis and bats. There's also a small pool and a restaurant.

 

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What our clients say

  • Lovely rooms and helpful staff

    AD, Ilkley
  • Well situated for the national park and alternative restaurants.

    DS, Cardigan
  • Resort was great, staff accommodating. Area is quite touristy, we are glad we save d this place until end. We ate supper once in the restaurant. Breakfast was good.

    AH, London
  • This place grew on us, especially with Flora the sloth hanging from the telephone wires outside our window. Staff were really lovely, particularly Luis in the restaurant and bar staff…

    JS, Amersham
  • "Was lovely, beautiful gardens and good restaurant and a resident porcupine living on the beams outside our room.”

    JP, Newton
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Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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