Travelers today have great choices when it comes to choosing Costa Rica hotels in Tamarindo. Whether you are looking for luxury, fun, or are exploring this popular Guanacaste beach on a budget, Tamarido hotels are so plentiful and varied you are sure to find the perfect place to stay.
If its luxury you are after, you can’t beat Los Altos de Eros one of the most lavish and popular Costa Rica hotels in Tamarindo. Los Altos de Eros is located on 27 acre estate just twenty minutes outside Tamarindo. A five star luxury spa and resort, Los Altos de Eros offers stunning views of the mountains and seaside along with an on site yoga center and full spa services. Do nothing at all for as long as you want in the serene atmosphere of the hotel itself, or let the full concierge service plan a day of turtle watching, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, or hiking. Shop nearby Tamarindo or explore the white sand beaches at your own pace. Rooms at Los Altos de Eros average around $395 per night.
If you are traveling on a budget but still one to stay on a one of the nicer Costa Rica hotels in Tamarindo, you have plenty of choices. The four star hotel El Sabanero Ecolodge will rent you a clean, comfortable room for only $80 per night. El Sabanero Ecolodge is close to the beaches, forest, and local shopping, and is surrounded by the quiet, natural beauty of Guanacaste. At $109 per night, the Hotel Arco Iris is only a five minute walk from the beach and has some of the best food of any of the Costa Rica hotels in Tamarindo.
Casa Cook is a small boutique hotel with only four units that are just steps away from a private beach. If its privacy and quiet you are after, Casa Cook will provide a private bungalow and personalized service for an average price of $170 per night. Another Costa Rica hotel in Tamarindo that offers simplicity, quiet, beautiful views, privacy, and on site yoga is the Panacea de la Montana at $157 per night. Many Costa Rica hotels in Tamarindo cater especially to honeymooners and people wanting to just “get away from it all,” so if you fit into that category, you’ve come to the right place.
If you want to stay awhile, the Hotel Luna Lena offers unique round two-story air bungalows that come with a full kitchen, cable TV, air conditioning, and the capacity to comfortably accommodate up to five guests all for between $90 and $160, depending on the season and the number of people. Wireless internet connection is available throughout the hotel, and an onsite internet café makes a nice place to touch base with friends back home if you feel so inclined. An onsite pool completes the
Finally, if you like to golf or fish and are looking for a midrange Costa Rica hotel in Tamarindo that offers everything on site, the Hotel Diria can put you in a room right on the beach, overlooking the ocean, for around $230, and the friendly staff will happily help you plan an active day of golf, fishing, snorkeling, touring, or anything else you might have in mind. For those who like a more traditional hotel experience, the Diria is a lovely, comfortable place to stay that will keep you right in the heart of everything without making you feel like you are out of your element. The Diria also has rooms that do not face the beach at slightly lower rates.