Cala Luna Hotel detail
Sophisticated, inspiring and picturesque architecture of indigenous hardwoods, this stunning property blends with its lush surroundings.
Cala Luna Hotel is located on the north western shoreline of Costa Rica, in the bustling tourist town of Tamarindo. This picturesque region opens a doorway to flat lands, green mountains and rich foliage. Due to the unique climate, the area boasts a tremendous diversity of terrain, from dense rain forests to airy deciduous forests, towering active volcanoes to lush sugarcane fields, and thick lagoons to untouched beaches.
Accommodation & Facilities
Accommodations are fashioned in sophisticated comforts, and range from deluxe rooms to villas. Constructed in tropical hardwood, each villa in distinguished decor has a private pool, perfect for cooling your sun kissed glow, tranquil terraced garden and sleek gourmand’s kitchen, complete with an espresso maker.
Classic amenities for families to indulge are the hotel’s very own surf school and free-form pool with cabanas. An organic garden is applauded for its abundance and care. A short 2 minute stroll across a jungle path will take you to Langosta Beach where the soft white sand dips gently into warm Pacific waters surrounded by volcanic rocks. If you are looking for a relaxing atmosphere, enjoy our spa services in the quietness and privacy of your room or surrounded by a cool breeze under the trees at the beach. After dark, this region’s most admired fusion dishes (international and seafood) are created by Cala Moresca.
High-speed wireless internet access is complimentary.
The open air restaurants serve typical cuisine, offering seafood and fish specialties. Cala Moresca restaurant features refined gourmet fusion in a romantic atmosphere of elegance with personalised service. La Caletta Lounge serves up dishes and drinks with a focus on organic fusion in a comfortable sociable setting.
Tamarindo and its surrounding area are an excellent choice for those seeking outstanding surfing opportunities. You can visit the giant mangrove swamps which are the habitat for exotic birds, monkeys, caimans, and iguanas, take a trip to the Baula National Park, one of the few remaining nesting grounds for the giant leatherback sea turtle or just relax on the sunset and snorkelling cruise. For something a little different, venture into the open waters for a deep sea fishing excursion.
Children 11 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian’s room, using existing bedding.