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Top 5 best All Inclusive Resorts in Costa Rica

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Sometimes, you just need an all inclusive package to kick back, relax, enjoy the beach and eat amazing meals and worry about nothing. He is our top 5 best All Inclusive Resorts in Costa Rica.

Doubletree Resort by Hilton Central Pacific

Located in Monteverde (Puntarenas), This all inclusive Costa Rica getaway has great views of the coast. Local sites like Tortuga Island, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve and the Arenal Volcano are easy to access.

Guests are welcomed with a massive chocolate chip cookie and a coconut drink. No matter the time of day, you can feast and imbibe at one of nine bars and restaurants, and the pool complex is vast and relaxing, with swim-up bars, a hot tub, and plenty of adults-only space.

The all inclusive package includes food and beverages, but it’s also chock full of activities, from kids’ programs to watersports.

The Westin Golf Resort & Spa Playa Conchal

Primary particularity : Golf. Located in Guanacaste, on a 2,400-acre compound by a beach covered in seashells, this resort this over-the-top resort feels like a scene from Dirty Dancing.

Ethnic restaurants abound, as do elaborate buffets, bars, and poolside drinking areas. In the evenings, pseudo pop-stars perform lip-synching and acrobatics routines and later invite the audience to boogie.

With its 406 rooms, a terrific spa and the world-class Reserva Conchal Golf Course designed by Robert Trent Jones II, the hotel features of all of Westin’s famous amenities for active travelers like you.

Rancho Margot

For a crunchier all-inclusive seeker, the eco-friendly Rancho Margot is a rustic collection of cabinas tucked away from the world but still featuring prime views of Arenal Volcano.

Featuring an extensive garden, a furnished terrace with a swimming pool, the resort is just under half a mile from Caño Negro River and 2 miles from Arenal Lake. No free drinks here, but your stay does come with farm-to-table meals, twice-daily yoga, hiking trails, botanical gardens, dips in hot springs, and «a daily cow-milking opportunity.»

Guests can arrange activities like horseback adventure tours to the Arenal Lake and nearby waterfalls, kayaking, biking and hiking at the Arenal Volcano National Park. This self-sufficient property is 2 miles from El Castillo town and 16 miles from La Fortuna Bus Station. San Jose Main Square is a 3-hour drive away and Juan Santamaria International Airport is a 2-hour and 30 minute-drive away.

La Paloma Lodge

This Drake Bay-area boutique bills itself as a “once in a lifetime” place, and it’s hard to argue. But this is no traditional all inclusive Costa Rica hotel. Here, it’s all about authenticity, with beautifull “Ranchos” accommodations that emphasize intimacy with nature.

Guests stay in spacious bungalows that overlook Costa Rica’s most remote and picturesque bay. They dine family style at communal tables, where hot discussion topics include hiking the biodiverse Corcovado National Park and snorkeling trips to Caño Island—both of which are included with the stay.

And yes, all meals are included with your stay.

Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica

Located on an unspoilt private beach in El Jobo (Guanacaste), Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica resort caters well to those seeking an adults-only vacation, a family retreat or a singles’ adventure.

There are 447 suites here, along with 8 dining options and seven bars and lounge options.

Dreams Las Mareas is surrounded by lush vegetation and virgin beaches. Santa Rosa National Park is a 25-minute drive away. You can go rafting and whale and dolphin-watching within a 35-minute drive. The Nicaraguan border is only a 15-minute drive away, while Granada, Nicaragua is an hour away.


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