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While this isn't the luxury all inclusive resort with cabana boys and fancy drinks it is fantastic Costa Rican get away. Hidden away, lush vegetation, small villas with bathroom. Home cooked family style meals. Adorable spa that was a surprise in its modern decor with in. They have private access to the Rio Celeste which allows you to swim in it! Family owned and run. Road very rough getting to it, recommend SUV
We had a fantastic stay at Rio Perdido! The staff was wonderful - incredibly friendly, helpful, and focused on offering a personalized experience. Mario greeted us with such genuine hospitality and the rest of the staff continued with the same high standard. The property is incredibly unique. Great activities, including visiting the geothermal river, a canyon adventure with fantastic safety-focused and fun guides, very nice pools, and a positive spa experience. The bungalow accommodations also were great - modern and clean. We will definitely recommend this property to friends and cannot say enough about this experience. We will definitely stay here again! Truly, we enjoyed every element of our experience at Rio Perdido. There truly was nothing we didn't like. Reaching the property does require a drive - but it is entirely worth it and the approximately 1.5 hours from LIR offered an interesting view beyond the resorts of Costa Rica. Directions were straightforward with visible signage. We are so glad we chose to visit Rio Perdido!
I thought this place was amazing. From the location to the amazing villas. My wife and I loved it. Would come back in a second. The staff treated us like royality. We were even comped an adventure tour becomes our room was 30 minutes late. T This place is worth it. Nothing.
Great hospitality, staff was fabulous Neat accommodations always clean Convenient on site location for zip lining and tubing Hot springs were absolutely beautiful Food was good zip lining was a lot of fun and great lengths and heights Hiking was neat Saw monkeys every day VERY expensive, if you have a rental car stop at a supermarket and buy wine/beer/snacks on your way in. It's a half hour drive to the closest town. Everything costs money here. Cheapest bottle of wine was $30 and it's a $10 bottle in the states. Dinner is $30/plate. Lunch is $15 minimum/plate. With tubing, zip lining, and eating and drinking we spent over $600 in 2 1/2 days, on top of the $700+ room rate. The staff is awesome, but it's almost criminal how much they charge for everything knowing you're more or less stuck there. Pool wasn't cleaned once while we were there.