Very friendly and helpful staff. Amazing dinner. Can camp on property for $6 per person
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Overnight parking in the parking lot is not allowed anymore here. BUT, if you want to take a shower after a long sweating day in Manuel Antonio National Park, if you ask it kindly and cleverly you will get it here FOR FREE. They allowed us to shower in their exterior showers for free and we were told that they have done the same for others. And you will get the opportunity to quickly wash your dishes too in the exterior kitchen if you need so.Report Check-In
Now 14$ per person for sleeping in the car. There wasn't much shade. We didn't stay.Report Check-In
A nice place to park the (25 ft) rv for the night. The lot is right by the road and you hear cars driving by but it's fine. The let us plug in and we paid 20$ for 4 people. There is a bar upstairs with a pool table and coffee/breakfast in the morning. We got the wifi password at the bar. Recommended for a bit of a more organized space close to Manuel Antonio.Report Check-In
We got a room on booking.com for 42 a night with a/c, wifi, and outside kitchen. I would not put this place in iOverlander, but since it already is I'll share. For the price and what the website said we would get we were very disappointed. We got a room with two twin beds not a double as reserved. Our room was in a basement close to the kitchen, but no window. There is only a/c in the hallway, not in the room, and the wifi does not work down in our room. The kitchen is seriously lacking key cooking equipment, but we could make due to save from eating out. You do get good coffee for free in the morning and we could have our dog in the room which was why we got a room so we could leave him to go do some tours. The staff was nice, but when I brought up the discrepancies of what we booked vs. what they gave us they didn't care even though the place was empty.Report Check-In
We stopped here but they said only SUV's with rooftop tents allowed; no campers.Report Check-In