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March 17-22, 2023
Autograph Collection Resort
Elegance and exceptional service combine for a relaxed getaway experience at El Mangroove in Guanacaste, a boutique resort in Costa Rica just steps from the beach. Overlooking the Gulf of Papagayo, our beachfront hotel in Guancaste's modern design is inspired by lush forests, sun-kissed beaches and the vibrant culture of Costa Rica.
- Spend the day exploring Papagayo attractions such as Santa Rosa National Park.
- Indulge in an afternoon of pampering and massage at Bearth Spa.
- Keep up with your fitness routine in our fully equipped gym and our outdoor pool.
After a day of exploration, dine with us at one of our two beautiful restaurants, both with views of the Gulf of Papagayo, and ease into the comfort of our spacious suites with plush beds and spa-like bathrooms. Each suite offers a balcony with a hammock for the ultimate relaxation. Unwind and let your cares slip away at our boutique hotel El Mangroove.
Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Guanacaste is known for its white-sand coast and is often regarded as one of Costa Rica's most beautiful area. Visitors to the region can take surf lessons and enjoy an active nightlife at the regional hub of Tamarindo; embark on an arduous volcano hike and explore refreshing waterfalls at Rincon de la Vieja National Park; or enjoy a day of relaxation and reading on the glamorous Playa Conchal. These activities are among many fantastic options in the Guanacaste area.
Guanacaste Province contains diverse geographical features. Separating the sandy coastal land from mountainous terrain along Guanacaste's border, the Tempisque River flows from north to south and bisects the Province. In the Guanacaste Mountains to the east, a range of jagged peaks and volcanoes span 70 miles (113 km) northwest to southeast. These mountains house a collection of national parks: Parque Nacional Rincon de la Vieja, Parque Nacional Guanacaste, and Parque Nacional Volcano Tenorio. The Tilaran Mountains enclose Guanacaste along the southeast. Beginning at the south end of Lake Arenal, the Tilaran Mountains extend toward the Pacific coast, leaving only a small bottleneck of coastal lowland. At this bottleneck, the Inter-American Highway runs north of Puntarenas and into Guanacaste. It provides seamless travel to most of Guanacaste's attractions. Side roads from the Inter-American explore the tropical forest as it ascends into surrounding highlands. The forest gives refuge to exotic flora and fauna including an abundance of monkeys, sloths, iguanas, and toucans.