Hidden Traditional Hacienda in the

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Facilities & services
  • 14 deluxe rooms, 1 Suite
  • Pool
  • Colonial herb garden
  • Restaurant
  • Internet
  • TV § Reading Area
  • Gardens
Activities
  • Horseback Riding
  • White water rafting
  • National Park hikes and treks
  • Canopy tour
  • Trips to the Poas and Arenal volcanoes
  • Excursions to local beaches and Braulio-Carillo National Park

A wonderful sense of familial and social history permeates La Isla, home to the Vega Figueroa family for generations, this traditional hacienda still draws on its domestic and rural ties allowing for an exceptionally intimate stay.

The farmhouse’s original features like the colonial herb garden, fruit orchard, artwork and original artisan furniture have all been kept and its 14 rooms are all different and delightfully named after a noteworthy historical feature such as the Conquista Room. The design and interiors of these are a fusion of colonial and native influences, such as wool hangings and carpets, terracotta tones, heavy wood furniture and hardwood floors.

The Chapel Room is the hotel’s only suite, and in-keeping with the rustic appeal of the hacienda there are no televisions, internet or air conditioning in the rooms.

Set into the lush foothills of the Braulio Carrillo National Park, La Isla is also wonderfully secluded and relaxing. Not to mention its extensive grounds, stables and nature trails mean that expeditions to the park, white water rafting and trips to the Poas and Arenal volcanoes are conveniently to hand.

The hotel’s restaurant is set in the familiar Costa Rican style under a palm-thatch roof with open sides, but at La Isla you also look out over a peaceful lagoon whilst you mill over the sophisticated international fusion menu. |L|A wonderful sense of familial and social history permeates La Isla, home to the Vega Figueroa family for generations, this traditional hacienda still draws on its domestic and rural ties allowing for an exceptionally intimate stay.

The farmhouse’s original features like the colonial herb garden, fruit orchard, artwork and original artisan furniture have all been kept and its 14 rooms are all different and delightfully named after a noteworthy historical feature such as the Conquista Room. The design and interiors of these are a fusion of colonial and native influences, such as wool hangings and carpets, terracotta tones, heavy wood furniture and hardwood floors.

The Chapel Room is the hotel’s only suite, and in-keeping with the rustic appeal of the hacienda there are no televisions, internet or air conditioning in the rooms.

Set into the lush foothills of the Braulio Carrillo National Park, La Isla is also wonderfully secluded and relaxing. Not to mention its extensive grounds, stables and nature trails mean that expeditions to the park, white water rafting and trips to the Poas and Arenal volcanoes are conveniently to hand.

The hotel’s restaurant is set in the familiar Costa Rican style under a palm-thatch roof with open sides, but at La Isla you also look out over a peaceful lagoon whilst you mill over the sophisticated international fusion menu.

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