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Arenal Springs Resort
Northern Region - Arenal
About the Hotel
Arenal Springs Resort & Spa is located on the way to Arenal Lake
, in a very quiet property, half a mile from the main road.
The hotel has 87 Standard plus rooms, equipped with one King or two Queen size beds, air conditioning, ceiling fan, minibar, cable TV, telephone, coffee maker with complementary coffee and tea, safe deposit box, bath amenities and hair dryer. Each room has a private terrace with direct view to the active side of the Arenal Volcano, and a private parking area. There are also rooms specially designed for disabled guests and connecting rooms for families.
Ti-Cain Restaurant offers a buffet breakfast and a la carte menu for lunch or dinner. Body wraps, hot stone or reflexology massages are some of the treatments offered in Natria Spa
. There are also two hot spring swimming pools (one for adults and the other one for kids), with a wet bar and a special access for disabled people.
Other services and facilities include wireless Internet access throughout the hotel and computers available in the reception lobby, souvenirs boutique, laundry service and internal shuttle.
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