Luz de Mono
AddressDetrás de la iglesia católica MontezumaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A sweet stone lodge built into a lush inlet of remnant jungle, just a few steps from the beach. The upstairs 'suites' have high palm-beamed ceilings, wood furnishings, and new tile throughout. The cheaper downstairs rooms are not all that, but they all have access to a lovely pool area (with kiddie pool), an open-air rancho and shady grounds with abundant wildlife.
Discounts available for cash payment.
Our independent authors have visited Luz de Mono and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Montezuma.
Description provided by property
Luz de Mono is a property surrounded by a natural garden and its wildlife, and offers its guests an outdoor pool overlooking the Gulf of Nicoya. It has free Wi-Fi access in public areas and sunbeds by the pool area.
The accommodations have a rustic décor featuring wooden-beamed ceilings. The bathroom offers toiletries for free. The apartment also features an equipped kitchen, seating and dining areas and a terrace.
Guests at Luz de Mono will receive complimentary breakfast with their rate. Other restaurant options can be found within 30 metres from the property.
Some recommended activities are horseback riding on the beach, snorkeling at Turtle Island and canopy visits to Cabo Blanco National Park. Montezuma Beach is only 30 metres away from Luz de Mono.
Tambor Domestic Airport is 30 minutes’ drive from Luz de Mono and San José City is about 4 hours and 30 minutes away. Guests will have to travel by ferryboat and by car if they wish to reach the capital city.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Tour desk
- Free WiFi
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