Celeste Mountain Lodge is a Responsible Tourism establishment, located in Bijagua de Upala, the door to the Volcano Tenorio National Park and its amazing Rio Celeste (Blue River). An authentic rural area, of great natural beauty, with lots of forest and lots to do, yet so accessible! Celeste Mountain Lodge is unique for its concept and profound sustainable philosophy, its innovations, its details and original decoration, its contemporary, minimalist architecture integrated into the environment.
Surrounded by primary forest sheltering its own interpretative trail winding on the volcano slope, you will be impressed by the flora and fauna, great bird watching, our amazing views onto the Tenorio and Miravalles volcanoes, our “Tica-fusion” cuisine, and our warm, casual and efficient service.
Share a vision of the world and ethical tourism made of refined simplicity, personality, peace and nature in an unforgettable place.
Rio Celeste Hideaway is located in the middle of the forest, near the main entrance to the Tenorio Volcano National Park. The hotel can be reached in an hour and a half drive from the Arenal Volcano. Each of its 26 spacious casitas has a private patio with outdoor shower. Each guestroom offers amenities such as Jacuzzi, plasma TV, CD and DVD player, movies, iPod dock, Internet access, safe deposit box, air conditioning, minibar and coffeemaker.
The hotel has two houses for handicapped people. All these are designed for “non smoking” guests, and can accommodate a maximum of 3 adults or, 2 adults and 2 children under 12 years. The “Kantala Restaurant” offers international and national cuisine. Also they have the “Cantina Delirio” and the “Luna Azul” wet bar.
Rio Celeste Hideaway it’s a perfect place for honeymoons, or for celebrates weddings or anniversaries. Further, during the stay at this place is recommended to do the guided walk in Tenorio Volcano National Park and to the Rio Celeste waterfall, if the guest would like to enjoy the natural wonders of the zone.
We are active members of the most important tourist associations, both national and international.
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