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Sheltered by tropical forest, on the Nicoya Peninsula, lays this fine, beach-front property named after the white frangipani trees found in the surrounding gardens.
The villas radiate simple elegance and serenity. Some with ocean views, spacious and comfortable. Balinese-inspired bathrooms with sunken tubs, partially open to nature and hammocks for two, hanging at the dramatic opening to the lush jungle greenery.
Two large swimming pools that flow into each other and miles of almost-deserted beach are the main attractions here.
Nectar, the hotel’s restaurant is laid back and chic; a hangout for guests and locals to dine, celebrate, or enjoy after a day at the beach. Fusion cuisine with Latin, Mediterranean and Asian influences using seasonal ingredients, organic produce and fresh seafood from the surrounding waters.
There is a yoga platform for classes or joining the owners in their daily practice, a fitness room and spa for relaxing massages. Activities like snorkeling, mountain biking, beach combing, surfing and tours to Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve, are all close the hotel