Hotels Golfito, Costa Rica
La Purruja Lodge
About 4 kilometers before you arrive at Golfito Bay, there are two signs on the left side of the highway marking the La Purruja Lodge driveway. Turn in here and the driveway leads you over a rustic bridge and into the enchanting setting of this small bungalow-hotel. Here on the grounds of the lodge wildlife and bird watchers can see a diverse variety of Costa Rica's birds, monkeys, and frogs.
Cabinas Buena Vista
A very nice and clean place to stay are de cabins of Peter and his costarican wife. On the paths on the property you can observe tropical forest and its habitants. There is also a fresh water pool.
Hotel El Ceibo
At the entrance to Golfito, this hotel is a good choice. Sometimes squirrel monkeys are coming by to get bananas. There is a pool and a small restaurant. The Hotel is named after a nearby giant Ceibo tree.
The waterfront location of this Hotel is a great bargain. There is a pool built with face to ocean. Guest rooms are set amid attractive garden. There is a large open-air restaurant that looks over the gulf.
This Hotel is located in down town of Golfito. It is clean and save. Restauranta and Bars are close by. It is also near to the pier to Pto. Jimenéz.
The archetecture of this Hotel was designed with the town history in mind.
Each room boast two queen-size-beds, air condicioning, ceiling fan, mini bar, TV, telephon and hot water
The Hotel is next to the airport of Golfito. You will find 72 beautiful and large rooms. A nice pool invite to swim. There is also a Restaurant with Wi Fi.
Saladero Lodge is nestled between the luxuriant green mountains of the Piedras Blancas National Park and the turquoise waters of Costa Rica's Golfo Dulce
Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge
Stay in luxury in the jungle at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge. A sustainable eco-lodge set on a 165-acre private preserve, Playa Nicuesa is located on a protected bay in the remote Golfo Dulce. The “front yard” is the jade-coloured Gulf full of marine life; the “back yard” is the wild Piedra Blancas National Park, home to many rare and endangered species. The lodge is accessible only by boat and is all-inclusive with 3 fresh, delicious meals daily.