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Hotel Catarata Río Celeste

Type of destination:

  • Farm / ranch / rural
  • River / lake / wetland
  • Forest / rainforest
  • Indigenous community
  • Mountain

Type of accommodation:

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Bungalow / cabaña / ecolodge

Rates: (in US dollars)

$26 – $50
See details about rates below.

Target Market:



Hotel Catarata Río Celeste is surrounded by marvelous natural sites such as Tenorio National Park, Caño Negro National Wildlife Refuge, the Maleku Indigenous Reserve, the caverns of Venado, Arenal Volcano, Coter Lake, Lake Arenal, and more.


10 comfortable rooms, near the forest and Tenorio National Park


  • Breakfast included
  • Event space (conferences / parties)
  • Fans
  • Hot water
  • Jacuzzi
  • Private bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair accessible


  • Bird watching
  • Eco / nature / wildlife
  • Educational / research / volunteering
  • Guided tours
  • Horseback riding
  • Walking / hiking

Making a Difference

Number of employees: 10

Percentage of local employees: 100%

  • Our hotel gives environmental education talks to all visitors.
  • We hire local staff.
  • We support local schools and community development associations.
  • We have planted more than 7,000 native trees.
  • We comply with all environmental regulations.


$26 – $50

Rates depend on the number of guests and are negotiable.

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Getting There

Nearest international airport: San Jose (SJO)

Nearest local/national airport: La Fortuna (FON)

Travel time to nearest airport: 1.5 hours from La Fortuna; 4 hours from San José

Accessible year-round in any kind of vehicle.

Additional Information

Date This Information Was Provided

September 2012.

Photos courtesy of Hotel Catarata Río Celeste, Costa Rica, for

Contact Information

Jeison Pedro Alvarado Segura

400 m noroeste de la escuela La Paz de Guatuso
San Rafael de Guatuso, Alajuela
Costa Rica

Tel: +506/2200-0176 ; +506/8938-9927; +506/8876-4382;





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