October 28, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort in Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Keeping with the tradition of Costa Rican eco-resorts, the just-opened Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort blends organically with the tropical rainforest that surrounds it, and it’s earning accolades for its chic interpretation of natural beauty. Designer Kenneth Cobanque’s lighting fixtures took inspiration from the nests of golden orioles, and local artisans modeled artifacts after pre-Columbian lava rock pieces found during an archeological walk. Through a partnership with community nonprofit Creciendo Juntos, guests can get involved in Guanacaste life, from sponsoring a student to teaching English.

Start the day at Rio Bhongo, where the local breakfast staple gallo pinto – rice and beans – gets glammed up as tostadas with plantain and avocado. Spot a toucan in the treetops during a walk through the property’s nature trails. Recline on an idyllic stretch of beach. Listen to a Latin band trading rhythms with the waves while sipping on a bespoke cocktail made by the resident mixologist and sharing a plate of Columbian arepas.

Location of Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort

Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort
Final de la Ruta 253 Peninsula Papagayo
Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Nearest Airport: LIR

Amenities for Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort

  • 153 Rooms & Suites
  • Ocean & Tropical Forest Views
  • Private Balconies
  • Walk-in Rain Showers
  • Cascading Infinity Pools
  • Adults Only Pool
  • Family Pool
  • Kayaking
  • Body Boarding
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba Diving
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • White Water River Rafting
  • Jet Skiing
  • Kite Surfing
  • Paddleboarding
  • Tennis
  • Rappelling
  • Rock Climbing
  • Zip Lining
  • Bird Watching
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Artspace
  • Kids Club
  • Wedding Planning Services

Reviews for Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Dirty windows, patio with a view mainly of dead insects, small rooms, can’t have real milk for morning coffee, $10 for a bottle of sparkling water. Does this help? Beach area is gorgeous and they have a lovely private beach where you can swim, snorkel for free and lay back to relax at the shore. All things you can most likely do for a smaller price tag elsewhere.

Luiza J - Los Angeles, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

I recently stayed at the Andaz Papagayo Resort with my wife for seven nights (9/30-10/7/2017). We had a wonderful time; the service was excellent as well as the food. The highlight of our stay was the excellent and dedicated customer service provided by Graciela Gomez, Igor Tijerina and Edgar, Marco, Bryan, Jesus, With key, Miguel and Berny. These employees exceeded our expectations. They were always very polite, courteous making sure we were enjoying our stay. Our sincere appreciation for ttheir excellent work they do. Victor M Banuelos

Victor B

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Andaz in Papagayo did not disappoint! The resort itself is truly breathtaking. We were fortunate to be upgraded to a large suite complete with a plunge pool. The staff were incredible - always willing to give you a lift to and from your room by golf cart. While October is considered the rainy season, the grounds are incredibly lush and tropical. The location is very remote - little to do beyond playing on the Andaz grounds or going for dinner at the Marina (a few minute away). The closest towns with restaurants are Coco and Hermosa, about a 30 minute drive away. If you like seclusion, you'll love this resort. We did experience some unfortunate flooding due to Hurricane Nate and were stuck at the resort for a couple of days. But the staff were very helpful and friendly, and they took great care of us while we were there.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We felt very welcomed at the resort. Customer service was excellent as was the food. Storm Nate limited what we could experience but last day got out with Family and had fun on Ziplines. Beaches were closed which was a shame due to debris from Storm.

markpS4717BV - Charlotte, North Carolina

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Costa Rica issued a state of emergency and had experienced over 10 inches of rain causing roads to close and tourist attivities cancelled. We stayed at the Andaz Pappagayo and were taken care of. The staff cooked excellent meals and did a great job serving their guests.

X9607MVlauriem - Alvin, Texas

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