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TABACON RESORT 
ARENAL OBSERVATORY LODGE
 

Tabacon Resort

Tabacón Resort offers 95 spacious standard rooms and 11 Jr. Suites, all with furnishings handcrafted by local artisans.
All guest rooms features a private balcony or terrace overlooking the resort´s impeccably landscaped tropical gardens. Some also include direct view of the impressive Arenal Volcano and others feature a lovely view of the property’s rainforest.

Our guests can enjoy such in-room amenities as air-conditioning, cable TV, hair dryer, safety box, coffeemaker and Room Service. One rollaway or crib in king-bedded rooms is available for guests on advance notice.

Offering exceptional views for relaxation and romantic moments, Jr. Suites features a cozy Jacuzzi on a private balcony or patio. Most of them boast an incredible view of the majestic volcano and the exotic gardens. Amenities include a fully stocked minibar and luxury cotton bathrobes.
Amenities:
• Free entry to the Spa and hot springs
• Breakfast at our Los Tucanes restaurant
• Shuttle service to and from the Spa
• 24 hour reception desk
• Tour desk
• Convenience store
• Laundry services 
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2005/2006 RATES
 
  Green Season      

08/16-11/14th,2006

High Season
11/15/2005 -
08/15/2006
Christmas & Easter *
12/23, 2005- 01/01, 2006.
Easter*: 04/07- 04/16, 2006.
STANDARD $ 145.00
$ 175.00
$ 195 .00
STANDARD SUPERIOR (volcano view) or DELUXE (forest view) $175.00
$ 200 .00
$ 220 .00
Jr. SUITE $215.00
$ 255 .00
$ 285.00
SUPERIOR Jr. SUITE $250.00
$ 290 .00
$ 320 .00
     

  • Superior Standard and Standard room rates are based on double occupancy.
  • Jr. Suite and Superior Jr. Suite room rates are based on triple occupancy.
  • See room descriptions below.

*Rates from November 15th, 2005 to November 14th, 2006

For extra adults, add $25 plus tax (16.39%). For children, ages 4-9 years add $8 plus tax. Children 3 years and under stay free.

* Reservations for Peak Seasons as Christmas and Easter periods require 2 nights as minimum stay.

Rates + Costa Rica tax (16.39%)

 

Arenal Observatory Lodge

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The lodge crowns a ridge top overlooking Arenal Lake and the looming volcano 1.7 miles away and is surrounded by 870 acres of private forest and farmland. Nearly 500 acres are protected reserve with virgin rainforest covering one third of the land. Arenal Lake is the largest in Costa Rica with excellent sport fishing.Arenal Observatory Lodge sits in a private nature reserve in the heart of one of Costa Rica’s numerous natural areas. Rich volcanic soil supports primary and secondary rainforest. Waterfalls and crystalline rivers offer sparkling jungle refreshment. A well marked and manicured trail system traverses the property and provides easy access to the breathtaking natural beauty. 

There is also a paved, wheelchair-accessible trail that extends 800 meters into the rainforest and provides excellent views of the volcano. The lodge offers daily complimentary walks by resident naturalist guides.(A reforestation project guarantees healthy forest in perpetuity for future generations)

The Arenal Observatory Lodge features 37 rooms in a four-building spread on the property. Five rooms are fully equipped for disabled travelers, with rooms, bathrooms, hallways, parking areas and even the new swimming pool designed accordingly. Most have a view of the volcano and all have verdant garden surroundings. Everywhere one feels the volcano’s commanding presence.   

 The gardens and landscaping are extravagant with color. Natural flowering plants and shrubs were carefully chosen to attract wildlife. Jewel-toned hummingbirds dart from heliconia to oleander and brilliant butterflies adorn the blooms.
Other attractions include a waterfall, just a short hike away, which cascades into the cool forest depths. A well maintained path leads guests to this magical spot. 
 
The mysterious emerald lagoon at Cerro Chato Volcano fills the now extinct crater. A challenging hike from the lodge takes guests through primary forest to a waiting canoe for a dreamy paddle on the lake’s mirror surface.   

 Birders will be particularly gratified during their visit. The diverse habitats surrounding the lodge shelter nearly 370 species. Guests can see birds everywhere. 

An Infinity swimming pool was added for jungle refreshment. Tiled in cobalt blue, it melts into the rainforest beyond. A sunken bubbling jacuzzi provides soothing relaxation beneath a glass gazebo that frames the volcano’s peak against a starry sky. 

A host of activities await the spirited adventurer. Mountain biking, whitewater rafting, kayaking, hanging bridges, butterfly gardens, canopy tours, fishing, horseback riding and more are all available. But, one needn’t travel far to feel nature’s magic. It’s all around you!
 
  
  The Observatory Rooms:

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The “JUNIOR SUITES” have a large picture window that frames the majestic volcano; while the beauty of the Arenal Lake can be enjoyed from the comfort of your private terrace. The flora and fauna of the area is illustrated in the original ceramic paintings that decorate the walls. For your comfort these suites are furnished with two king size beds, a small living room, a coffeemaker, mini refrigerator and a safety box.
 

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The “SMITHSONIAN” rooms have picture window and a terrace that allow you to contemplate the magnitude of the volcano while enjoying the comfort of your bed or one of the strategically placed chairs. They have two queen size beds, private bathroom and a safety box . 
Five of the “SMITHSONIAN” rooms are fully equipped for guests in wheelchairs; the halls, bathrooms, corridors, parking area, swimming pool and 2 kms of paths have all being designed for the handicapped. 
 

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 The “STANDARD” rooms are another comfortable option where the impressive Arenal volcano and /or the beauty of the lake can be admired. These rooms have two queen size beds, private bathroom, coffeemaker and safety box.
 

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“LA CASONA”, ideally for groups, is located 500 meters away from the main building. Here one finds, for a better value, 5 comfortable rooms with a large terrace for viewing the volcano or the Arenal Lake. Four of the rooms are furnished with a queen size bed and offer a beautiful view of the volcano; the fifth room has 3 bunk beds with a view of the rainforest, all have safety boxes. The two large and comfortable bathrooms are shared by all guests of La Casona.
 
 

 

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“WHITE HAWK VILLA” with its peaceful surroundings and spectacular view of the volcano and lake is about 800 meters from the hotel. It is recommended for families or groups travelling with their own transportation or those that enjoy the exercise of walking. One enters on the main level to find a large and well ventilated living room, a dining room, satellite television and fully equipped kitchen. The lower level can accommodate 8 people in the two bedrooms, “Trogon” and “Toucan”; each with a queen size bed, two twin beds, private bathroom and a safety box.
 
 

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