The Ranchos $100 per night
Closest to the beach, the ranchos are two story A-Frame cabins that can accommodate groups or families. Each rancho has three single bunk beds downstairs as well as a double bed and a twin upstairs. With a balcony on the top level and patio on the ground, each rancho has a refrigerator, private bath with hot water and a lock box. Screened windows, ceiling fans and ocean breezes keep everyone comfortable.
The Main House Singles-Triples $45-$75
The Las Olas A frame main house is home to the welcome office and two spacious guest rooms. The first floor room is located just above the pool, facing the ocean, and features two double beds, a private bath with hot water and easy access to the pool just outside the door. Upstairs, the second floor guest room has a double bed as well as a single and can sleep up to three people. Spacious and simple, the second floor main house room has a private bath with hot water and an ocean- view balcony complete with a hammock for lazy mornings with a good book.
The Sky Box $100 per night
Perched up in the third story of the main house, the sky box is open to the ocean break and guests will fall asleep to the sound of waves crashing. There is a loft with a double bed and the main floor of the Sky Box features a bunk, seating area, small kitchen and a private bathroom with a hot shower. Balconies to the back, facing the ocean, and to the front, facing the street, open the space and allow cool breezes to wash through.
Catch the early morning waves and then head for Bistro Las Olas for a hearty surfer style breakfast where Costa Rican favorites like gallo pinto, or North American traditions like pancakes, are the order of the day. The plates are abundant, the food is killer and the coffee is…. Well, this is Costa Rica and the coffee is out of this world.
Every day favorites like mac -n- cheese keep you from feeling homesick, but wait till you try the tuna... you'll never want to leave! As if it were freshly plucked from the sea, the tuna just melts in your mouth.
With nightly specials like Taco Tuesday, Pasta Domingo and Wednesday 2 for 1 Tuna Steak Dinner Night you won't break the bank and, best of all, you'll enjoy an amazing meal, an al fresco setting and beautiful ocean views.
Non- alcoholic drinks like sodas, juices and smoothies are available to wet your whistle, and, you are free to bring a bottle of wine! All the locals do, so you'll fit right in, and you won't need to worry about corkage fees.
Bistro Las Olas is open every day from 7:00am to 9:00pm; closed for breakfast on Monday mornings.
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