Perched in the lush green mountains of quaint town of Grecia, Hotel Mango Valley offers travelers a calm and peaceful atmosphere to relax or use as a base for exploring Costa Rica's Central Valley. Surrounded by coffee plantations, each of our (almost new) 6 bungalows comes with a comfortable queen size/or twin bed, a private bathroom, a kitchenette with a fridge, coffee machine, toaster, gas plate warmer, a TV with cable systems/or DVD player, a fan, and Wi Fi Internet. Don't forget the amazing views too! Some of the bungalows offer a terrace with a splendid view of Volcano Poas. Price also includes a full breakfast. If you come, you risk to never want to leave!
the comfort and tranquility of our guests are our priorities. Wake up every morning to birds singing outside your window, enjoy a full breakfast while admiring the views of surrounding coffee plantations, take a morning yoga class, swim in the pool to stretch your tired muscles, relax with your book on the terrace, lifting your eyes now and then to enjoy the sight of majestic Poas, watch the stars while soaking in the heated jacuzzi…
This is an absolutely wonderful place to stay. My family and I always stay near Grecia when we first arrive in Costa Rice (we have been three times) and this is our new favorite place in the area. The views from the property are expansive and beautiful. The cabin we were in was clean and included all ammenities we needed. The breakfast was fresh, delicious and served in a lovely room with massive windows overlooking the mountains. Jose and Maite were excellent hosts, some of the best we have ever had. They gave us a map with directions to Los Chorros waterfalls and were very helpful with suggesting local restaurants as well as how to get around the area. Highly recommended!
Maite and her housband were great hosts, the room was clean and ready when we arrived, and they were a great source of information related to activities and restaurants.
Oh, and the breakfast was amazing!
Great choice in the area!
Viajé con mi marido, pasamos dos noches en esta zona, queríamos visitar grecia , lo cierto que mucho mejor de los esperado. Marte y joseluis nos indicaron una excursión a la cascada del Bajos del Toro, un sitio magnífico, un valle precioso, con una carretera de acceso difícil pero que recomendamos.
Allí comimos en un restaurante que esta en Bajos del toro, se llama "comida típica,el amarillo", es una asociación de 8 mujeres que hace 20 años decidieron montar algo para ayudar a la economía de sus casas y poder enviar a sus hijos a estudiar y lo están consiguiendo. Hay que ir allí