Tilajari

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About the Hotel

Tilajari Hotel is located in Muelle de San Carlos, a community located 25 kms from Arenal Volcano, along the banks of the San Carlos River.  The hotel offers 76 guestrooms, distributed in different categories: Standard, Junior Suite and Family Suite. All rooms fetuare two double beds or a king size bed, telephone, television, hair dryer and radio/alarm clock.

Located in front of the San Carlos River, the restaurant offers a casual open atmosphere from 6:30 am and it serves a varied selection of delicious dishes combined with local ingredients, in a unique Costa Rican style. The lounge bar area is open until 10 pm and offers a selection of snacks and service to the pool area. The hotel encourages the practice of outdoor activities offering a swimming pool and Jacuzzi area, tennis courts and a soccer field.

There is also a Gym featuring different exercise machines and a Spa offering many different treatments. Other facilities available: botanical garden, butterfly garden, gift shop, laundry service and parking lot.



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