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Inside The New Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica

By Shontel Horne

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Costa Rica just got a luxurious new resort and it just may be the most lavish hotel in Central America.

 

After five months of renovations, the Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica, which is also the only Forbes Five-Star luxury resort in Central and South America, reopened this week. The newly renovated hotel, which came with a $35 million price tag, aims to be an eco-luxury resort destination and holds true to Costa Rica’s “Pura Vida” spirit while boasting a chic new design.

 

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Located in the 400-acre Peninsula Papagayo, the resort now features 6.8 miles of connected nature trails and the new Peninsula Papagayo Explorers Club designed to help visitors become more adventurous during their stay. Guests will now also enjoy the macaw sanctuary and features and experiences dedicated to conservation efforts. Take a look at the lavish rooms below.

 

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The Four Season Costa Rica now has 182 rooms, suites and villas, four dining options that all celebrate local cuisine, and indoor-outdoor spaces that take advantage of the local surroundings. Learn more about the lavish new hotel here.

 

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