I didn't stay at this hotel but I did spend some time here. I took a yoga class and had 2 spa treatments. The yoga was great. I went to a beginner class and the experience of having the ocean breeze and sound was very...เพิ่มเติม
I stayed at Hotel Tropico Latino for 3 days in late February 2017 and had a great time. The beach is spectacular, the atmosphere is relaxing, and the staff went above and beyond. Kevin at the front desk was very friendly and accommodating, and was...เพิ่มเติม
We have been upgrated to their better room on the beach front and still we think it's overprised ( the standart room was way worst-we saw it). The rooms are very old and the front picture of the hotel on the websites is actually a...เพิ่มเติม
I usually travel with my family and rent a house. Not big on hotels or resorts. This place was the right choice for a solo trip. The food was absolutely fantastic. The staff as well. Yoga great. Room was standard but very much priced appropriately....เพิ่มเติม
My daughter and I stayed at Tropico Latino last month and absolutely loved it. The entire staff couldn't be nicer, and Kevin in the office is the best. He was always there (seriously) to either help us schedule a surf lesson with a great instructor,...เพิ่มเติม
Rain is so fickle in Costa Rica, especially this time of year. It might rain in one spot and 1 mile away it will be sunny. Or it might cloud up and rain for 30 minutes and then be gone. Costa Rica is heading into dry season... เพิ่มเติม
Rain is so fickle in Costa Rica, especially this time of year. It might rain in one spot and 1 mile away it will be sunny. Or it might cloud up and rain for 30 minutes and then be gone. Costa Rica is heading into dry season now, so the rain in Santa Teresa will be less and less ... and anyway, the rain helps cool things down, which is very appreciated after a day in the hot tropical sun. :-)
As you probably have already heard, the Zika virus is on the rise, especially in Costa Rica. Has Hotel Tropico Latino sprayed for these mosquitoes at all?