All Inclusive Costa Rica Hotels are best for stress-free planning and a hassle-free stay. They offer both meals and accommodation for one set price, leaving you to enjoy plentiful rest and relaxation. A variety of these all-inclusive resorts are located near popular beach destinations, while others are found in remote regions of the country where nearby restaurants and town centers are almost non-existent.
Revered as a world class beach and golf resort, The Westin Golf Resort and Spa Playa Conchal Resort is tucked in the green forests of the northern Guanacaste province, on Playa Conchal. This seaside resort sits on 2,400 lush acres of land where "challenging golf meets awe-inspiring eco-adventure'. Located steps away from Playa Conchal, this breathtaking beach features "sand' that is made up of finely crushed seashells and a turquoise-blue caribbeanesque ocean. Rated 9.1/10 by visitors
The DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Central Pacific is a modern, all-inclusive resort hotel, centrally located in Costa Rica. From the port town of Puntarenas you can easily explore different parts of this beautiful and lush green country. Offering a great variety of amenities, the hotel DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Central Pacific, is a wonderful choice for anyone looking for an adventurous vacation, a family outing or just a relaxed get-away. Rated 8.1/10 by visitors
Situated in a private access to the beach and sheltered bay on the Pacific Coast, the Hilton Papagayo Resort offers a superb romantic getaway, fun family vacation or comfortable home-base to unwind at. The secluded beach and great variety of amenities will turn your stay at the Hilton Papagayo into an unforgettable memory. Rated 8.4/10 by visitors
The ocean view, cliff dwelling Aguila de Osa Inn is located in Drake Bay, on the outskirts of the Corcovado National Reserve on the Osa Peninsula. This absolutely stunning oasis is characterized by jaw-dropping, raw beauty. Corcovado boasts some of the country's best beaches, most untamed rainforest and most abundant wildlife. Drake bay, specifically, is full of unspoiled beaches and emerald blue waters perfect for swimming. Rated 9.5/10 by visitors
Casa Corcovado is located on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula, on Drake Bay. This peninsula is truly one of the most outstanding and untouched wilderness areas, and home to the tallest primary rainforest on the planet. Also, the National Geographic magazine has declared this one of the most biologically intense places on earth. Rated 9.6/10 by visitors
Lapa Rios, the enchanting eco-resort, is located on the Osa Peninsula, where Golfo Dulce meets the Pacific Ocean. Here you can view nature at its purest. Discover one of the planet's most bio-diverse regions, rich in untouched rainforest, insects, wildlife and desolate beaches. The Osa Peninsula is truly for the nature lover and adventurer. Rated 7.8/10 by visitors
Situated within Costa Rica’s Caribbean region along the banks of the Pacuare River, the Pacuare Jungle Lodge is an experience in comfort, conservation and community. The lodge is nestled within a 25,000-acre protected area known as Pacuare, which begins near the town of Siquirres and descends down the Talamancan mountain range. Rated 9.8/10 by visitors
Hotel Villa Lapas is an eco-resort, all-inclusive hotel located in the Pacific rainforest of Costa Rica near the bustling town of Jaco. Our close proximity to the Carara National Reserve, the Tárcoles river and our own private reserve allows us the singular luxury of offering you the unique comparison of two different ecosystems and two different climates. Rated 8.1/10 by visitors
El Sol Papagayo is located directly off Playa Panama, in the Gulf of Papagayo. Stretching over a mile long, this beach offers a beautiful color contrast between the slate grey sand and blue waters. The currents are mild and the tide stays relatively low, making it a great beach for swimmers and sun worshippers, alike. Rated 6.0/10 by visitors
Rancho Margot is located along the shores of Lake Arenal, with rivers and streams flowing through the property and right at the foothills of the Children Eternal Rain Forest, one of Costa Rica's most famous conservation projects. Rated 9.3/10 by visitors
The Tortuga Lodge and Gardens is on Costa Rica's northeast Caribbean coast, just offshore of the port town of Limon. Limon is a lively town with a distinct Jamaican influence found in the ambiance and foods. Tortuguero, wherein lies the lodge, is a unique place, as it is only accessible by boat. The draw of Tortuguero is its slow-moving tropical rivers, astounding rainforests, and the Tortuguero National Park, one of the most important nesting sights of the Green Sea Turtle. Rated 9.5/10 by visitors
Nestled between the Tenorio and Miravalles volcanoes in Guanacaste's northern highlands, Celeste Mountain Lodge's location couldn't be better - hikes through the Tenorio Volcano National Park, rafting along the Río Celeste and horseback rides to the Bijagua Waterfall are easily arranged and widely enjoyed. Rated 7.8/10 by visitors
Barcelo Playa Langosta sits on the north Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in the province of Guanacaste. It is just a short drive from the Liberia International Airport and next to the popular surf destination of Playa Tamarindo. This region is graced with warm tropical sunshine, outstanding white sand beaches and an abundance of marine life. Rated 6.5/10 by visitors
Hotel villa Sol is located in Playa Hermosa on the north western Pacific coast. Playa Hermosa translates to "beautiful beach' and that's exactly what you'll discover, crystal clear calm waters splashing upon this pristine beach and brilliant colored sunsets that color the horizon. This all inclusive four star resort sits on a hillside overlooking the sun drenched gulf of Papagayo.
Set on its own private bay, Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is located on the most southern part of the Osa Peninsula. This secluded wonderland is home to many of the country's rare and endangered animals such as wild cats, the Harpy Eagle and Scarlet Macaw. This area has been named one of the most biologically diverse places on earth and contains Central America's largest remaining Pacific Coast Rainforest. Here you'll discover jade waters and endless lush green vegetation amongst unspoiled remote beaches truly a sight to behold and treasure for a lifetime. Rated 10.0/10 by visitors
Discount: Stay an extra night free of charge if you stay for a minimum of three or more paid nights. (2014-05-01 - 2014-09-30)
The Tiskita Jungle Lodge is located along the far edge Costa Rica’s southern Pacific coast. Set between the town of Pavones and the country of Panama, this is one of the most remote and naturally beautiful parts of Costa Rica.
The Pachira Lodge is located on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica near the National Park of Tortuguero. The lodge is surrounded by a network of very scenic canals and is considered one of the most exotic regions of the world, characterized by its rich flora and fauna. Arriving at this paradise is an exciting and unique experience as it consists of either flying or busing into the coast near Limon and then taking a short boat ride to Tortuguero. Rated 9.1/10 by visitors
Hotel Mawamba is located on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica in Tortuguero. Tortuguero is a navigable network of lake and canals that cross the National Park from Southeast to Northwest and is accessible only by boat or air. There are no roads to get here making this a unique vacation experience. It is also renowned for its tropical sanctuary and vital turtle nesting grounds. Rated 8.6/10 by visitors
Laguna Lodge lies along Costa Rica's northern Caribbean Zone, an exclusive location on a narrow strip of land between the sea on one side and the Tortuguero-Lagoon on the other. This Region is the most important nesting site in the entire Western half of the Caribbean for the green sea turtle. The Caribbean provides a unique mixture of cultures from the Indigenous to Jamaican influences bringing you a completely different side of Costa Rica. Rated 8.8/10 by visitors
Turtle Beach Lodge is located in the Province of Limon in the Tortuguero National Park. Getting to Tortuguero is a wondrous trip as you need to use a plane or boat to arrive there. It's about a three and a half hour boat ride from Puerto Limon, where you can find an active night life, restaurants and bars. A unique difference from this town compared to the rest of Costa Rica is its heavy Afro- Caribbean influence and culture. Rated 8.9/10 by visitors
The Drake Bay Wilderness Resort is located on the charmingly secluded Osa Peninsula, part of Costa Rica's Puntarenas province. With vibrant tropical waters lapping at its shore and the spectacular Corcovado National Park as its backyard, Drake Bay offers world class opportunities for diving, hiking and wildlife sighting. Rated 8.2/10 by visitors
The Copa De Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort is nestled amongst 70 acres of pristine rainforest reserve along the South Pacific coastline. Between Drake Bay and Corcovado National Park, this luxurious beachfront eco-resort caters to those travelers seeking an “off-the-beaten-path” rainforest and ocean experience.
Hotel Jinetes De Osa is situated in the isolated town of Drake Bay on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula, part of Costa Rica's idyllic Puntarenas province. Due to its relative inaccessibility, Drake Bay offers visitors the chance to see a wild and supremely beautiful part of the country. The area has remained in pristine condition and is the image incarnate many would conjure up when thinking of a tropical paradise. Rated 9.4/10 by visitors
Casa Camarona Caribbean Lodge is located on the tropical Caribbean coast, in the magical town of Puerto Viejo. The coast is rich in lush vegetation, exotic beaches and a mixture of cultures. Puerto Viejo is a small, yet bustling village with the sounds of live reggae music and a collection of gorgeous beaches and activities where you can enjoy the distinct culture and exuberant flora and fauna of the area.
Hacienda Pozo Azul Adventures can be found just 90 minutes north of San Jose, in the Sarapiqui valley. This valley is known throughout Costa Rica for its amazing, rich biodiversity. In the region, you'll find a number of national parks, nature reserves and packs of the endangered Green Macaw.
Las Caletas Lodge is located in Drake Bay on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula, part of Costa Rica’s Puntarenas province. Drake Bay is one of the most inaccessible places in Costa Rica, and for many, it is this remoteness which makes it so special. Lacking the hustle and bustle of any city life, it is one of Costa Rica’s premier nature destinations, a true get-away-from-it-all kind of place. Rated 8.0/10 by visitors
Nestled between the brilliant turquoise waters of Golfo Dulce and the lush green mountains of Piedras Blancas National Park, the Saladero Lodge is a place for ocean adventure and relaxation. Located on the Osa Peninsula, in the South Pacific Province, this rainforest style lodge is accessible only by boat.
Marenco Lodge is located 2 miles south of Drake Bay in the heart of the Punta Río Claro National Wildlife Refuge, part of Costa Rica's gorgeous Osa Peninsula. Situated in the southern reaches of Puntarenas province, the Osa Peninsula is one of the most important natural areas in all of the neo-tropics. With its immense biodiversity and intact primary rainforest, the peninsula is a magnet for bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts, and outdoor adventurers. Rated 7.8/10 by visitors
Cabinas El Mirador Lodge is situated on a hill overlooking Drake's Bay on the Osa Peninsula of the Pacific Coast of Southern Costa Rica. The El Mirador location is one of the untouched, raw beauty of jungles and beaches alongside exotic and endangered wildlife. Corcovado is a complete ecological treasure and an ideal spot for nature lovers and adventures. Rated 10.0/10 by visitors