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My husband and I visited hotel San bada from June 1-4 and we were beyond pleased. By the end of our three nights at hotel San bada, the front desk workers knew us by name, and were excited to hear about each of the excursions...More
Fantastic location & amazing bend over their back for you staff - Johnathan is the best. Free breakfast to start your day, 2 min from park entrance, wildlife nearby, safe, Good restaurant on site and plenty nearby to walk too. So many things to do....More
The hotel is great, it has everything you need!! The location is great, it is right next to the manuel Antonio national park and the beach! The pools were just perfect!! If you are looking for a place to have a relaxing and fun time,...More
The location is amazing! It’s right next to the Manuel Antonio national park and beach! There’s so much to do, like going snorkeling, or kayaking. The food is great and the people are very nice. It’s walking distance to a lot of nice little restaurants...More
Hotel San Bada was an amazing hotel! It is literally right next door to the Manuel Antonio National Park, so your balcony will overlook the beautiful rainforest. It also has easy beach access. Just walk down a short path the hotel has provided and--bam--you're at...More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was... More
I wouldn't bother with an umbrella. I think they probably have them at the motel if you need one. I don't mind getting wet. It's a tropical warm rain. I took a raincoat on my first trip, but I never used it, as it was warm! I didn't want more clothing!