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Sueño del Mar...

An intimate beachfront hacienda where you can lounge in privacy amidst the palms and tropical flowers or mingle with other guests on our shady veranda by the sea. Sueño del Mar is a tribute to the country's meditative lifestyle. Each of our six rooms is lavishly rustic, complete with wooden beds, Guatemalan textiles, stucco walls and Balinese-style outdoor showers that allow you to commune with nature. Whether you're searching for adventure or a laid back holiday, Sueño del Mar is the perfect place to call home.

Sueño del Mar offers oceanfront rooms and cabinas with light, airy comfort and eclectic decor. Our famous gourmet breakfast is included with your stay.
Tamarindo and Langosta are located in the province of Guanacaste on Costa Rica's northern Pacific coast, also known as the gold coast thanks to the ever-blue skies and blazing sun of the region's summer months, that run from January to April. Tourism is one of Guanacaste's mainstays, alongside the more traditional agriculture and cattle ranching that dominates the landscape. Herds of wandering cows can often be seen on the roadside, shepherded by young cowboys on horseback.

Summer is when the trees drop their leaves and explode into bloom, creating a beautiful canvas of bright colors across the landscape. This is also fiesta season! Each town hosts this carnival-style celebration in turn, with bull-riding, amusement rides, music and dancing. It's a true taste of regional culture that is not to be missed.

In the green season, which run from May to December, the temperature remains a balmy 80-90F. Mornings are usually clear, with afternoon showers to clear the air that quickly washes the land in greenery and usher in the winking fireflies at dusk.

Best known for its excellent surf, this area is at its busiest in the summer, when the good weather, great waves and offshore winds make it a tourist mecca. There is no shortage of nearby beaches to choose from, whether it's to surf, relax in the warm sand, or go snorkeling with turtles, rays and a host of bright tropical fish.

Both Playa Langosta and Playa Tamarindo are popular surf beaches, as are Avellanas and Negra to the south, and Playa Grande just across the estuary. Playa Grande is also one of the most important nesting beaches for the endangered leatherback turtle, which grows to about 1.5 meters (5 feet) or more in length.

Tamarindo is a bustling small town with restaurants, shops, nightlife and most amenities. There are several small grocery shops (called “Supers”) scattered throughout, and a North American-style supermarket, Auto-Mercado, where a wide array of fresh produce and big-name brands can be found, along with a deli counter, wine, beer and liquor.

Restaurants range from “tipico” – traditional – fare, to fresh-caught seafood and upscale dining. A handful of fast-food restaurants have also made their way into town, but there is no end of choice when it comes to eating out. Local bakeries turn out fresh-baked bread and pastries, and beachfront restaurants are crowded at sunset as everyone gathers, cocktail in hand, to watch the setting sun sink beneath the waves.

Shops sell the usual array of local souvenirs, and a range of wares such as beach wear, fine crafts, art, jewellery and more. There are several pharmacies to choose from, as well as medical and dental clinics. There are four banks in town, all of them with ATMs, though these are only available until 10pm.

Buses run through town connecting with nearby towns and the country`s two major airports, and there are shuttle services that provide direct, air-conditioned trips to most major destinations within the country. Tamarindo also boasts a small airport, with two airlines offering multiple daily flights across Costa Rica. Car rental companies are numerous, but it`s recommended to book in advance during high season.

Mere minutes along the road, Langosta is Tamarindo`s sister-town, but with a quieter, more residential emphasis. There are a few restaurants and grocery shops tucked away, but Langosta is dominated by luxurious homes and boutique hotels.

Less developed than Tamarindo, the tropical flora is more luxurious here, and the howler monkeys can be heard singing their hoarse challenges at dawn and dusk from the treetops, accompanied by the furious chatter of parrots and other songbirds. Playa Langosta is also much more secluded than the adjacent Playa Tamarindo, with a few surf breaks in among the rocky volcanic outcrops.

There is little that can`t be found between Langosta and Playa Tamarindo – please ask our front desk if you need more information on our local amenities!
Romantic, intimate,
special in every way...

A Sunset Wedding on the beach at Sueño del Mar.

Sueno del Mar is a unique beachfront wedding destination, the perfect place
for your most special day. Our
boutique hotel prides itself on attentive service, a beautiful setting, comfort and simple elegance. We've hosted many incredible events, and we strive to create unique experiences for you, your loved ones and guests to make your wedding the most beautiful and memorable event of your life.

Say 'I Do'
to the Music of the Waves


Imagine exchanging your vows in a tropical beachfront ceremony under
the glow of the setting sun, surrounded by exotic flowers and petals scattered in the sand, and the gentle sound of
waves in the background. Envision celebrating with friends and family with
an intimate reception at Sueno del Mar, surrounded by lush gardens and a true taste of the real Costa Rica. Let us bring your fantasy to life – however you've dreamed of having your wedding in
Costa Rica, we will help your dreams
come true.

We understand that you chose Costa
Rica because it is such a special place;
we believe it is a special place too, and
we want to do everything to bring our guests an authentic Costa Rican experience. The wonders of the tropics should be woven into every minute of your stay here.


A True Costa Rican
Wedding Fantasy


Part of the beauty of a destination wedding is how magical it is for all of
your guests from the moment they step off the plane. We are affiliated with a professional wedding planner who will work closely with you to customize every detail of your Costa Rican wedding, from pre-event activities for guests and the wedding party, to the ceremony, reception and travel. Whatever your budget, whims and desires, let someone else worry about how to make your dreams come true, and focus instead on what's most important to you: enjoying every moment of this incredible experience.
Ecotourism in Every Sense
of the Word
Ecotourism in Every Sense of the Word There's something for everyone in Guanacaste - from the thrill of zip-lining and white-water rafting, to the exploration of volcanoes, parks and archeological sites, to the utter relaxation that gently dispels all cares and worry. For the adventurous, nature beckons at its fiercest. Whatever your taste, come ask at the front desk about arranging a tour – we're happy to suggest ways to make your Costa Rican vacation a perfect one.

National Parks
Tamarindo and Langosta are embedded within the Las Baulas Marine National Park, established to protect the endangered leatherback turtle that nests on nearby beaches. During the rainy months of October through December, these meter-long turtles climb up onto the warm sands of Playa Grande to lay their eggs above the high tide line. Guided tours are available, with limited space to reduce the impact on the turtles. There also four more national parks within two hours of Tamarindo.

Just 90 minutes away, Rincon de la Vieja houses an active volcano, and visitors can explore a variety of landscapes, including lush forest, the dry foothills of the volcano with bubbling fumaroles and mud pits, and the volcano's peak with spectacular views extending for miles in every direction. (An all-day adventure tour is also available).

Further north, the Santa Rosa National Park houses elusive species like Costa Rica's wildcats, which include the jaguar, margay, ocelot, jaguarundi and puma. This is also one of the few locations where the regal white King Vulture soars in the skies. Across from Santa Rosa is the the Guanacaste National Park, which is less developed for tourism but a mecca for scientists studying tropical ecosystems. It also houses ancient petroglyphs from the pre-Colombian tribes that once dominated Central America. To the south is the Palo Verde National Park, a wetland sanctuary for thousands of resident and migrant birds, including the rare jabiru stork.

Surfing
Waves to tempt all levels of surfers crash along the coast both north and south of Tamarindo. January to March are peak months for surf in Costa Rica, as strong winds blow offshore and the summer season promises blue skies daily. Playa Grande, a short distance across the estuary, extends seven long kilometers with varying breaks, and Playas Tamarindo and Langosta offer small and medium-sized waves for beginners. Surf lessons are available year-round.

To the south, Playas Avellanas and Negra offer more challenging waves for experienced surfers, and on big days, Playa Marbella's fast and furious wave action is for only the most daring. A couple of hours north in the Santa Rosa National Park, usually accessible only by boat, are Witch's Rock and Ollie's Point, legendary breaks made famous by the classic surf film Endless Summer II.

White-water Rafting
Inland, during the rainy season, the rivers churn with rapids ranging from Class I-IV. Take a leisurely float down the Corobici river, or navigate the thrilling whitewaters of the Rio Colorado and Rio Tenorio.

Travelling By Boat
For those who prefer a drier ride, there are many ways to travel on the water. Explore the recesses of Tamarindo's estuary by canoe or kayak, or take in the wildlife on a riverboat tour along the majestic Tempisque River, just 90 minutes away. For the ultimate in tropical relaxation, take a sunset sail along the coastline with dolphins, porpoises and even whales as companions.
Horseback Riding
There's no better way to see the dry tropical forest than on horseback, taking in the exceptional flora and fauna that make this region so special. This is cowboy country, after all – horseback was once the only mode of travel, and there remain many places that are accessible only on horseback.

Golf
Choose from three championship courses located near the hotel.  Hacienda Pinilla is a 7300 yard links style course designed by Mike Young.  Wind and sand are the primary hazards.  Several of the holes play down to the edge of the ocean making for great photo opportunities.  The Claw of the Lion, at Paradisus Playa Conchal Resort, is a 7080 yard Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course.  Narrower fairways and smaller greens make this course less forgiving than Hacienda Pinilla.  The Four Seasons 6800 yard Arnold Palmer designed course boasts spectacular views from every tee.  It was designed with the resort golfer in mind and is ranked among the “Top 100 courses outside the U.S.” by Golf Digest.  Please speak to your hosts for more information on any of the courses.
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LunaSuite
Luna Suite

The Luna suite on the second floor is ringed with windows looking onto our tropical gardens and the Pacific for the ultimate in oceanfront luxury. This spacious 900 square foot room features a king size pillow-top bed, hammock and outdoor Bali-style shower with an amazing view of the ocean. The suite also comes equipped with your own mini refrigerator and security safe.


Rates 2017

High Season: November - April 30th.......$310

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$225

December 18th - January 5th.......$340

Rates 2018

High Season: November 19th - April 30th.......$325

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$240

December 17th - January 7th.......$355

• Prices include our huge gourmet breakfast, air conditioning, and use of our snorkeling equipment, boogie boards and wireless internet.
• Prices do not include 13% tax.
• Due to the intimate nature of our small B & B, we don’t accept children under the age of 12.
• We have a 30 day cancellation policy, if you cancel with less than 30 days notice we refund any amount we successfully recoup minus a $50 service fee. The Christmas/ New Years cancellation policy is 60 days.

We request full payment at least 30 days prior to arrival. You may pay by $US check to our Miami BICSA account.
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Casita Misha

Casita Misha can house up to four guests, featuring a queen-sized pillow-top poster bed and a living area with sectional sofa that converts to two twin beds, private patio, indoor bathroom and kitchen with refrigerator and small oven range.

Rates 2017

High Season: November - April 30th.......$230

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$185

December 18th - January 5th.......$260

Rates 2018

High Season: November 19th - April 30th.......$245

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$195

December 17th - January 7th.......$275

Casita Osita

Casita Osita can house up to four guests, featuring a spacious sleeping loft with a queen pillow-top bed, a living area with a sectional sofa that converts to two twin beds, a furnished patio, an outdoor Bali-style shower and a small kitchen with microwave, mini-fridge and blender.


Rates 2017

High Season: November - April 30th.......$250

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$200

December 17th - January 5th.......$275

Rates 2018

High Season: November 19th - April 30th.......$265

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$210

December 17th - January 7th.......$290

• Prices include our huge gourmet breakfast, air conditioning, and use of our snorkeling equipment, boogie boards and wireless internet.
• Prices do not include 13% tax.
• Prices are based on 2 persons; add $30 per extra person.
• Due to the intimate nature of our small B & B, we don’t accept children under the age of 12.
• We have a 30 day cancellation policy, if you cancel with less than 30 days notice we refund any amount we successfully recoup minus a $50 service fee. The Christmas/ New Years cancellation policy is 60 days.

We request full payment at least 30 days prior to arrival. You may pay by $US check to our Miami BICSA account.
Colibri, Gecko and Iguana:
Our Queen Rooms

Our three Queen rooms (Colibri, Iguana and Gecko) located in the main hacienda feature queen pillow-top poster beds, and private outdoor shower.

“Each room is cool and shaded, with rough hewn timber, white-washed stone walls, terra-cotta tile floors, screened arched windows with shutters, and tasteful fabric adding to the warm, homey feel.
There’s a sensuous serenity to the place.”
~Moon Handbooks, Costa Rica.


Rates 2017

High Season: November - April 30th.......$205

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$155

December 18th - January 5th.......$240

Rates 2018

High Season: November 19th - April 30th.......$210

Green Season: May 1st - November 18th.......$160

December 17th - January 7th.......$250

• Prices include our huge gourmet breakfast, air conditioning, and use of our snorkeling equipment, boogie boards and wireless internet.
• Prices do not include 13% tax.
• Prices are based on 2 persons; add $25 per extra person.
• Due to the intimate nature of our small B & B, we don’t accept children under the age of 12.
• We have a 30 day cancellation policy, if you cancel with less than 30 days notice we refund any amount we successfully recoup minus a $50 service fee. The Christmas/ New Years cancellation policy is 60 days.

We request full payment at least 30 days prior to arrival. You may pay by $US check to our Miami BICSA account.
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