Glamping in Costa Rica

Wild caribbean beach of Costa Rica - Manzanillo
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Nayara Tented Resort plans to open in early 2017 with 24 tented suites.
Nayara Tented Resort plans to open in early 2017 with 24 tented suites.

No trip to Costa Rica is complete without a visit to Arenal Volcano National Park, and soon it will be possible to stay in the park at Nayara Tented Resort, opening in early 2017. This resort, which is being designed and developed by Luxury Frontiers, will include 24 tented suites that will be open year-round. These luxury suites will include a master suite and an en-suite bathroom. Another sweet touch is that the tents will come with an adjoining tent that can be used as a lounge or second bedroom — perfect for families. These tented escapes will each sit on their own platform (among the tree tops). Guests will have an outdoor living area, where they would sit every night to watch the sun go down. Then they would hop into the suite’s plunge pool, which will be filled at nearby hot springs. The new resort will belong to Nayara Hotels and plans to impress guests with its 16-table restaurant, pool with a swim-up bar and the Wellness Oasis with treatments that include local, natural wonders like volcanic mud. If you like the idea of this upcoming property, Luxury Frontiers also has projects in the pipeline with Four Seasons, Six Senses and Wilderness Safaris. For more, contact Jonathan Ghitis ([email protected]).

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