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Very nice and friendly people! A pleasure to have then.
Although Emilio and his wife were very pleasant company, we were disappointed we had an incident with them about using our washer and dryer. Of course we have a washer and dryer in our big villa, but that's not an amenity for our guests as everyone can see on our list of amenities.. We need the washer and dryer for our own washing needs. There are at least 4 public laundry services in Quepos and Manuel Antonio, the nearest one being 2 min. drive away. But Emilio saw our washer and started to use our washer and dryer without asking permission and without any payment.
Visitors of Costa Rica should realize that 1) Costa Rica has very high import duties and taxes on luxury imported goods like washers and dryers 2) Costa Rica has the highest electricity rates in the World which are increased by 20 to 30 percent every year! The more KwH you use in Costa Rica, the more you pay per KwH. I know hotels nearby who pay US$ 900 a month for just the electricity their swimming pool pump is using.
Before new guests are arriving we make sure the air-conditioning are working ok and that the guests only have to press the On/Off button, nothing more.
Our wifi works in the entire 4000-square feet common area and in most bedrooms. The common area has 5 terraces with a total of 30 seats, enough privacy to go online wherever you want to sit.