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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Hotel Banana Azul
Removed from town, this wonderful hotel sits at the edge of a blissfully tranquil black-sand beach...
Lizard King Resort
Just outside the center of town, this two-story wooden lodge houses several simple rooms surrounding a pool in the quiet courtyard. Since all rooms have latticework near the ceiling for air circulation, it's more private upstairs...
Attractive grounds in central Playa Negra.
This long-time German-run place has three cabins conveying a rustic Swiss Family Robinson vibe. Each of the cozy units is crafted from wood and strung with hammocks. An onsite restaurant serves Tico food, including veggie options on request...
Centro Turistico Brigitte
The well-signed Centro Turístico Brigitte is down the turnoff at the Reggae Restaurant. A couple of cute, basic wood cabinas are painted in bright colors and come with or without kitchens...
Coconut Grove Hotel
Just east of town, this basic spot is homey and rustic.
Four tidy, brightly painted tiled rooms in a two-story mustard-yellow structure have mosquito nets and private bathrooms, all sharing a small kitchen. Find it just beyond Cabinas Manzanillo. Omar, one of the co-owners, is one of Manzanillo’s top guides.
El Tucan Jungle Lodge
Only 1km off the road, this jungle retreat feels miles from anywhere – making it ideal for bird-watchers. Four superclean wooden cabinas , on the banks of the Caño Negro, have bright linens and share a broad patio with hammocks...
Tortuga Lodge & Gardens
Tortuguero’s most elegant lodge, operated by Costa Rica Expeditions, is set amid 20 hectares of private gardens. Here you’ll find a serene environment, as well as 27 demure rooms that channel a 19th-century safari vibe...
Hotel Magellan Inn
An elegant little oasis in a very peaceful location, this very comfortable inn has six spacious rooms with rustic wood furnishings, firm mattresses and private terraces with hammocks...
With pool tables, foosball, a mosaic swimming pool, and butterfly and frog gardens, this is one of the most tricked-out lodges around. Rooms are simple, wood-paneled affairs with firm beds, good fans and roomy bathrooms with hot water...
La Baula Lodge
This laid-back, long-running lodge has an unpretentious atmosphere, though it could stand a minor makeover. The outdoor dining area features live Latin music on the weekends.
Hotel La Diosa
Set amid a tropical garden about 2.5km west of Cahuita, La Diosa has 10 spacious, cheery tiled cabins furnished with blond-wood headboards and chairs; some feature Jacuzzi tubs with views...
This graceful B&B about 1km east of town has 10 simple rooms in a tropical-style building, all of which are named after local flora...
Downtown Limón’s most attractive hotel has 32 rooms in a peach-colored building that faces the ocean. Tiled rooms are tidy and sport clean bathrooms with hot water. Superior rooms have ocean views while the deluxe ones come with private balconies...
Hotel La Casa De Las Flores
This bright Italian-owned spot has 10 large, sleek contemporary rooms (one of which is wheelchair-accessible) equipped with spacious bathrooms, cable TV and efficient air-con...
Coral Hill Bungalows
Heading away from Cahuita, hang a left at the Reggae Restaurant to find your way to Coral Hill Bungalows...
In a prime seaside location along the road to Playa Cocles, this sweet 18-room spot with a lovingly tended garden is run by a friendly Greek-Tica couple...
The Evergreen Lodge is the third of the Pachira lodges north of Tortuguero, with a more rustic, less resorty feel than its counterparts. It's on the south end of Laguna Penitencia.
A row of clean, simple whitewashed rooms with wicker furnishings, bright linens, decorative textiles, mini-fridge and cable TV. Some are equipped with air-con as well.
Rocking J's, Puerto Viejo’s grooviest hostel and ‘hammock hotel’ is owned by the charismatic, mischievous ‘J,’ who organizes full-moon parties and drinking games. Good times, good vibes and new friends await here...
Playa Chiquita Lodge
Eight brightly painted wooden cabinas are slightly worn, and the water pressure is iffy, but there's a broad deck hung with hammocks facing the garden. This hotel has direct beach access via a beautiful 200m walk through the forest...