Andaz Costa Rica Resort Unveils New Villas

Andaz Costa Rica Resort at Peninsula Papagayo, located within the 1,400-acre private resort community of Peninsula Papagayo, has announced the opening of its 25 new one-, two- and three-bedroom residential villas. The resort has also unveiled its redesigned signature restaurant, Ostra, and a newly opened beach club, Casa de Playa.

An exclusive new hillside neighborhood with views of Culebra Bay has been added to the resort. Designed by Costa Rican architect Ronald Zürcher, the residential villas showcase local art and expansive views. Guests staying at the one- and two-bedroom villas will enjoy indoor-outdoor living and a large private plunge pool on their terrace. Two- and three-bedroom penthouses have covered rooftop terraces, complete with an open-air living room, plunge pool and daybed.

Villa guests will enjoy enhanced culinary offerings, including an array of chef-curated market-fresh baskets; an in-villa coffee program; and a complimentary afternoon in-villa aperitivo. Guests will have exclusive access to breakfast at Ostra and priority dinner reservations at the recently refreshed restaurant. Pretty cool: Guests can also visit a nearby village and participate in a community gardening project to handpick produce for a customized chef-prepared dinner to be enjoyed in their villa.

Wellness is an essential part of the resort programming. Villa guests can benefit from expert-led in-villa experiences, such as In-Pool Sound Healing. Further, a dedicated Residence Concierge will make exploring the wonders of Peninsula Papagayo’s natural playground seamless, offering priority scheduling for villa guests to enjoy bespoke experiences.

The recently opened beach club, Casa de Playa, will provide guests with an enhanced pool and beach experience on the sands of Playa Nacascolo. Casa de Playa will be completed in February with the opening of the adjacent Meso restaurant.

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