Clean and big rooms
Free water provided
Overpriced for what it is, especially the restaurant prices
Very hard to find staff to ask for information or assistance
Really poor internet
Overall, my least favourite hotel during my 3 week...เพิ่มเติม
I had one of the new rooms at the top of the stairs. Two hundred and fifty stairs, more or less. Advantages, beautiful view and wildlife, Toucans, hummingbirds, Capuchin monkeys, more. Gorgeous, large room with great bathroom and shower. They have an ice and kitchenette...เพิ่มเติม
Myself,my wife and two teenage daughters very much enjoyed our 5 night stay at jinetes. The location was great to access drake bay and other attractions as it situated on the trail to many great beaches to the south. The staff was fantastic at the...เพิ่มเติม
My wife, twin baby boys (11 months) and myself stayed here in Feb-17 for 5 nights and wish we had stayed longer. Initially uncertain of what to expect as the website could do with an update, the place was much better than expectations in every...เพิ่มเติม
Sitting on a cliff in front of the ocean the setting is wonderful. The staff is friendly and attentive. The rooms clean and airy. The beds are comfortable. The roof top seating area is a great place for a nap. We had a great time...เพิ่มเติม
Hi, D. What would you like to know about this accommodation? Would like to know more about the activities ie the horses for rent, is this a guided tour or can you rent a horse and ride without a guide? Someone posted the beach in front of the resort is not recommended for swimming? why? Snorkeling at Cano Island, I read hiking is not allowed, is that valid? Does a guide simply drop you off at the site or do they stay with you and point out marine life? Please share your activity experiences and not so much what time you left, how many ppl...but more details of the actual activity :) thank you
16 มีนาคม 2017|
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คำตอบจาก Jovan_10 | รีวิวสถานที่ให้บริการนี้ |
They bring the horses to the hotel and you head out. The ride is guided, through town and some back roads that take you to the river. There is a spot to stop and walk into the waterfall. Total time is appropriate 3 hours... เพิ่มเติม
They bring the horses to the hotel and you head out. The ride is guided, through town and some back roads that take you to the river. There is a spot to stop and walk into the waterfall. Total time is appropriate 3 hours. You cannot hike on Cano Island. You can swim, dive or snorkel. A guide leads you. There are lovely beaches nearby the hotel. You have approx 20 minute walk through the jungle. You can rent kayaks nearby. There are lots of hikes. The hotel staff can help you with everything. They are great!
Hi, what would you like to know about this accommodation? If flying in to Drake Bay how do you get to the hotel
16 มีนาคม 2017|
คำตอบจาก GacColorado | ตัวแทนสถานที่ให้บริการ |
There are taxis available at the airport to take you in to Drake Bay. From where the taxi drops you off it is a short hike along the beach to reach the hotel.
If we fly into San Jose airport, how do we make accommodations to get to Jinetes de Osa Hotel??
26 มกราคม 2017|
คำตอบจาก marjo m | รีวิวสถานที่ให้บริการนี้ |
If you will be arriving to Drake Bay from San Jose, there are two ways to travel by air or by land. The easiest way of arriving to Drake Bay is by taking a flight from San Jose to Drake Bay. There are two... เพิ่มเติม
If you will be arriving to Drake Bay from San Jose, there are two ways to travel by air or by land. The easiest way of arriving to Drake Bay is by taking a flight from San Jose to Drake Bay. There are two airlines that make this flight; SANSA Airlines and Nature Air. The flight costs about $150 each way per person. You can also take a bus to Palmar Norte, where we will pick you up in a taxi and bring you to the town of Sierpe. In Sierpe we will have a boat waiting that will bring you to Drake Bay. It takes 4 1/2 hours by bus to Palmar, 15 min in taxi to Sierpe, and 1 hour by boat to Drake. It costs about $10 for the bus, and $35/person from Palmar to Drake. There is also a private shuttle that I can reserve for you that would pick you up at your hotel in San Jose and bring you directly to Sierpe where you will catch the boat for $85/person. You can also rent a car and drive to Sierpe. From San Jose the drive takes about 5 hours and you need to keep in mind that there are two times the taxi boat departs Sierpe. Once at 11:30am and again at 3:30pm. You can also drive directly to Drake Bay as well. However you must have a good 4x4 and a keen sense of adventure as the road to Drake is only passable during the dry season due to several rivers that you must cross to get there. You can see all this on our website.
If you will be in another location and traveling to Drake Bay please let me know and I will suggest other ways of traveling to the hotel.