Right on the beach in Tamarindo, Capitan Suizo consists of 8 thatched-roof bungalows and 22 rooms, each spacious and comfortable, with a patio or balcony. They have a large free-form pool and open-air restaurant and bar. The hotel is surrounded by large, native trees and colorful gardens.
Playa Tamarindo is 200 miles from San José, 45 miles from the International Airport in Liberia, and 2 miles from the local airport in Tamarindo. It is one of many beaches in the northerly province of Guanacaste, which area claims the last tropical-dry forest remaining on the planet. During the rainy or green season, sunshine prevails for up to 8 hours every day, and for at least 10 hours during the high season.
Bungalows and rooms feature a mezzanine bedroom with king-size bed, and sliding doors that open to a tropical garden. Private bathrooms include enclosed shower and deep bathtub with window view. Bedroom closets have wicker-mesh to let clothing breathe. Decor of natural stone floors harmonize with red hardwood trim, offset by sofas of greenish-blue. Halogen lamps inset in the ceiling provide lighting.
The bungalows and all of the rooms on the second floor are built in such a way that air conditioning is not needed. Rooms on the first floor have a/c. Each unit is equipped with a telephone, an FM/AM radio, a safety box and a small refrigerator.
Hotel Capitán Suizo, Playa Tamarindo, Costa Rica
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