How to find your local Costa Rica resort

I got the idea for this article from an article I found on a Costa Rican website.

“Costa Rican travelers have come to expect great hotels, fine dining and the best hotels for their money.” “

Here’s what you need to know about Costa Rica tourism. “

Costa Rican travelers have come to expect great hotels, fine dining and the best hotels for their money.”

Here’s what you need to know about Costa Rica tourism.

Costa Ricans’ Best Vacations for Adults (for $40K+): Budgety hotels, cheap accommodation and excellent restaurants. 

 There’s a plethora of restaurants, bars, and bars to choose from, but the list below shows just a few of the best: “El Castillo” in Rio Pongo, Costa Rica $15-20 per night (or $120 per night if you book with a hotel room) This one is a little bit of a no-brainer for locals, but for a budget-conscious traveler who wants a little more of the old school experience, this is the spot for you.

It’s got great restaurants, outdoor seating, and good outdoor seating.

 “El Rey” in Puerto Vallarta, Costa Rico $20-25 per night (or $145 per night with a room reservation) I could not recommend this one more highly.

The restaurant is a favorite among locals and a nice addition to a budget list. 

“Fiesta” in Guadalajara, Costa Ricans $30-35 per night  (for a four-night stay) A perfect choice for the budget traveler who is not sure what to expect from a vacation in Costa Rica.

For those looking for a place to spend a few nights on the beach,  “Pulque Princesa” in Paracas, Costa Rican  $35-40 per night for a three-night visit (for a room rental) The Pulquesas are a beautiful coastal resort in Costa Rican and this is a great spot to have a couple nights of relaxation on the water.

Read more: CostaRicaTravels.com: Costa Rica Vacations CostasBestTravels: Costa Rican Vacations 2018-2019 CostaricosBestTravel: Costa Rican Destinations CostareTravels : Costa Rica Destinations 2018-2020