A large, luxurious resort with a huge focus on sustainable tourism and fantastic facilities.
Away from the main strip, the hotel is isolated, yet adjacent to Playa Biesanz, a few minutes from Manuel Antonio National Park and close to the local airport and village of Quepos.
Accommodation & Facilities
There is a huge range of rooms to choose from, ranging all the way from garden rooms to the presidential suite. All with different views and point of access, rooms and suites are across 4 separate buildings with amazing views over the gardens, the jungle or the ocean. Guests can choose between self service and concierge - laundry facilities and room service is available. All rooms come with cable TV, a coffee maker, air conditioning and ceiling fans, a telephone and more. The annex has 28 luxurious panoramic suites, and features an adults only infinity pool and jacuzzi.
The resort features 4 ocean view restaurants as well as a sushi bar, when it comes to a drink, there are great bars and a piano lounge to relax. The spa features all sorts of treatments, from massage and facial care, to Pacifica Spa rituals and a la carte treatments.
There is a wide variety to choose from when it comes to dining; feast on sushi and other Japanese specialties, enjoy some tapas or dine by the crystal waters of the pool. Private dining is also available for those wanting a more romantic and intimate atmosphere and there are some fabulous bars for the evenings.
This is a great spot for those looking for adventure, with adrenaline walking tours, white water rafting, jet ski tours and horseback riding to start. Head out on the catamaran for a snorkelling tour, kayak through the mangroves or the ocean, head off road in an ATV or even to the beach for a spot of surfing. Scuba diving is available for beginners and certified divers and there is amazing sport fishing.
The resort can also arrange a selection of transfers to beaches, airports, villages and cities. The opportunities are endless!
Children are welcome
Parador Resort and Spa has won plenty of awards for sustainable travel, holding the Costa Rican Tourism Boards highest 5-Leaf rating and the Ecological blue flag.