|Year of Last Renovation:||2014|
|Corridors:||All Rooms Have Interior Hallways|
|Non Smoking Rooms:||0|
|Room Windows:||Windows Do Open|
|Dist. to Food/Bars:||On-site|
|Dist. to 24hr Restaurant:||15.0 Mi|
|Dist. to Nearest Gym:||On-site|
|Lounge/Bar Hours:||11 am - 10 PM|
Tabacon is COMPLETELY natural. Water flows by gravity throughout the property, forming in-river pools, waterfalls, and cascades and filling in the pools throughout the resort. An eco-friendly and carbon neutral resort, Tabacon places a big emphasis on turning the guest experience a close encounter with nature. These characteristics make the Tabacon Hot Springs the first to open to the public and the best known luxury hot springs resort in Costa Rica.
|Typical Group Deposit:||$1000|
|Total Misc Fees:||$0.00 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
Coming from the International Airport in San José (or from Down Town):We recommend you to take the shortest and most scenic route, passing through the small town of San Ramón de Alajuela, approximately 150 kilometers from the capital. The trip from San Jose to Tabacón Grand Spa Thermal Resort takes approximately 2 ½ to 3 hours. We recommend driving during the morning or early afternoon, before darkness, as you could run into thick fog in the late afternoon and after sundown, especially during the green season (May-December).GPS Coordinates 10°28'43.18"N y 84°44´07.62" O.Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Buffet Breakfast: guests choosing to include our breakfast option with the room reservation or vacation package at Tabacon can enjoy the daily breakfast buffet at Restaurant Los Tucanes, surrounded by lush rainforest. Breakfast buffet features multiple stations that include a full omelet bar, fresh cut tropical fruit and fruit drinks, cereal, breads and pastries, a wide assortment of cold cuts, smoked salmon and cheeses, a pancake and waffle station and the daily hot-dish section that features the always present gallo pinto, along with local and international favorites such as plantains, chilaquiles, tamales, shredded chicken or beef and breakfast meats like sausages or ham. A wide range of hot beverages includes an assortment of teas, freshly pressed or brewed coffees and chocolate. Freshly squeezed orange juice is served at the table, either as a refreshing and nourishing drink or mixed with sparkling white wine in a mimosa. A fresh juice bar is also featured, and will prepare any tropical fruit based cock