Dominical Hotels

Cuna del Angel (Angel's cradle) hotel is an exclusive and cozy boutique hotel amidst of exuberant tropical forest in Costa Rica, in the lobby of the Earth's most ecologically diverse area. Astonishing views, all along the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, are the red carpets that leads the way to this intimate and warm construction in Colonial and Native Costa Rican style; a celebration of the encounter of cultures, where the best of both worlds meet, keeping the glamour and elegance of a modern world, and evoking the spiritual world of the indigenous cultures that inhabited our small yet rich country.Hotel Cuna del Angel is a fulfilled dream of Tom, owner from Munich in Germany who immediately fell in love of Costa Ballena, a beautiful area with exotic beaches and lush green tropical forests. Tom's vision came alive, a unique project combining authentic Costa Rican elements, sustainable programs and original details from other cultures.


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Dominical Hotels

Set in a private nature reserve spread over 1,000 acres of Central America's last remaining lowland tropical rainforest in Costa Rica's wild Osa Peninsula, Lapa Rios is paradise for lovers of wildlife, birding, nature and beaches. Our 16 private bungalows line three ridges overlooking the pristine point where the Golfo Dulce meets the Pacific Ocean and are situated 350 feet above sea level. Lush walking paths and stairs that meander up to our main lodge connect all bungalows. Our property, made from locally harvested material, was designed in harmony with the surrounding environment. Much more than a luxurious eco lodge, Lapa Rios is a model ecotourism project and a sustainable tourism pioneer. We've won many awards for social and environmental excellence. Home to monkeys, macaws, pumas, toucans, tree frogs and thousands of other creatures, a trip to Lapa Rios Eco Lodge will be the experience of a lifetime. Lapa is the Costa Rican name for the Scarlet Macaw, a magnificent bird you'll likely see while staying at Lapa Rios. When the owners of Lapa Rios, John and Karen Lewis, first visited the property that would become their eco lodge, they spotted a number of Scarlet Macaws flying across the jungle that looked much like a river (or rio in Spanish) of Scarlet Macaws.


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