Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Silvestre

Elegant escape in Nosara

Sumptuous jungle retreat near a premier surf break

Nestled in the lush jungle, a stone’s throw from Nosara’s premier surf break in Costa Rica, lie nine exquisite residences where luxury meets tranquillity. Silvestre seamlessly blends the opulence and refinement of a boutique hotel with the comfort and freedom of home. With an unwavering dedication to excellence and family-friendly amenities.

The residence boasts a rooftop terrace with a bar, infinity pool and lounge all amidst the jungle canopy. Dive into world-class surfing experiences with custom Jim Banks performance surfboards and access to professional instructions. Stay active with a full schedule of fitness classes and elite personal training in the studio while in-room spa services and amenities cater to your relaxation needs.

Highlights

Rooftop terrace with a bar, infinity pool and elegant lounge

In-room spa services and amenities for indulgent relaxation

Studio with full schedule of fitness classes and elite personal training

Custom Jim Banks performance surfboards and access to a professional surf instructor

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Places to combine Silvestre with

The Guanacaste Coast

Four Seasons Papagayo
Occupying the entire Papagayo Peninsula on Costa Rica’s northwestern Guanacaste coast this hotel’s facilities are extensive and feature four restaurants, three pools, a championship-size golf course, tennis courts, spa and a collection of stand-alone villas. Papagayo is a vivid green spit of land that winds into the Pacific blue, decorated with idyllic golden beaches of which the hotel has direct access to two. The hotel’s 182 guest rooms, suites and villas are smart and luxurious, incorporating lots of Costa Rican and tropical style with the use of bamboo, rattan, solid wood furniture, shuttered windows and doors. Stone finishes and beige tones are broken up by the occasional vivid splash of colour. There are three categories of accommodation; the guest rooms are housed in three small individual buildings on both sides of the peninsula and the hotel’s facilities and pools are a five-minute stroll away. The treehouse-like canopy suites are elevated for views over the dry tropical forest canopy down to the water and some have their own plunge pools. However, if you’re after privacy and tranquillity then the residences equipped like a proper home with kitchen, infinity pool and two or three bedrooms are ideal. There’s also plenty to keep you entertained and much to help you unwind; a range of activities and private excursions direct from the hotel can be organised and the spa offers an array of body and facial treatments.