Hotel Banana Azul
Located in the southern Caribbean province of Limón, 1 mile north of Puerto Viejo, you will find Hotel Banana Azul. Hotel Banana Azul is a perfect hideaway where you can enjoy beach life as it was meant to be! The rustic architectural design resembling a tree house is inviting to all those who visit. Common areas are alluring and spacious where you can admire the blooming gardens, the calming turtle, and fishpond or simply take a break on the many hammocks available. There are two pools where you can refresh and replenish after spending a day on the beach. A full bar and restaurant are available on the property as well. The hotel caters to adults only, and it’s the perfect hotel to take in the Caribbean way of life!
Rustic and Fun Rooms!
There are plenty of rooms available at Hotel Banana Azul. Whether you are on a romantic getaway or in a group, there is room for you! The colorful rooms are fresh and provide beautiful views of the surrounding areas and beach. Many of the rooms have the possibility of adjoining with one another to accommodate larger groups as well. You also have the option of the Tree House apartment. The Tree House Apartment is situated on a second floor within the trees and is fully furnished with an open-air kitchen, spacious bathroom and can accommodate parties up to 6.
Delight in the Restaurant Beach Club
The Azul Beach Club offers a variety of dining options throughout your stay. The restaurant is open to guests and visitors and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant basks in its excellence for providing fresh and simple food that will satisfy not only your hunger but also your heart. As part of your stay, complimentary breakfast is served every morning and can vary from Gallo Pinto to Eggs Benedict. A different menu is set each day that allows you to enjoy a wide variety of plates! If you’re on a special diet, don’t worry! The hotel offers vegetarian, dairy free and gluten free options as well.
Activities for everyone!
The main attraction in the area is surfing. Puerto Viejo offers some of the best surfing in the country, and people from all over the world come to surf Salsa Brava. Surfing in this area is not recommended for beginners. For those who wish to spend time otherwise, there is plenty to do! You can visit Cahuita National Park where you can snorkel through one of the largest coral reefs in the country.
Can’t forget to mention the Jaguar Rescue Center. At the rescue center, you will learn about the services they provide to ill or wounded animals in the area as well as interact with the animals themselves! If you’re interested in Costa Rica’s history and cultural background, you can take a tour and visit the Bri Bri, an indigenous group of Costa Rica’s Talamanca region. You will visit the reserve and spend time with locals and learn much about their way of life.