Dantica Lodge & Gallery

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About the Hotel

This lodge is located in the heart of Los Santos Forest Reserve, some 80 km from San José, very close to the newly created Los Quetzales National Park. It has eight luxurious bungalows: seven Superior Rooms and one Suite. Three bungalows are located near the reception and the remaining six in the forest. All rooms offer a spectacular view of the valley and the cloud-covered mountains. Every bungalow features one or two bedrooms with private terrace, large glass windows, goose-feather duvets, heating, mini bar, coffee maker, satellite TV, Jacuzzi, hair dryer and safe deposit box. In addition, the four-person bungalows have a living room with a fully equipped kitchen. The Suite is larger and has a fireplace, a sunken Jacuzzi and a private forest garden with its own trail. The restaurant is opened from 7 a.m. A delicious pick-nick basket is also available for guests to take on a walk or a tour. A walking trail system provides access to nearby 20 hectare private cloud forest reserve, excellent for bird watching –this valley is one of the best places to see the resplendent Quetzal. Other services available in the hotel are playground for children, laundry service and a gallery with contemporary and indigenous art from various Latin American countries. 



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