The Luxury Hotel Market

In Costa Rica, the hotel union includes 32 registered establishments considered luxury hotels, offering accommodation options with prices ranging from $160 to $30 thousand per night.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

The wide diversity of tourists that the country receives explains the existence of a wide range of hotels, according to representatives from the Costa Rican Chamber of Hotels (CCH). The hotel supply caters for both tourists looking to stay in one star hotels, to other more demanding customers, seeking higher-level alternatives.  

See "Hotel Investments in Guanacaste"

Nacion.com reports that "...The CCH has registered 32 affiliated hotels that can be considered as luxury. They are hotels with five or more stars that offer elegant facilities, state-of-the-art technology and very high-level services that can give customers 100% satisfaction and comfort," explained Flora Ayub, director at the CCH."

See also: "Costa Rica's Inexhaustible Tourism Potential"

"... The hotel with the most expensive option was the Four Seasons in Guanacaste, where spending a night at the resort's largest residential property can cost $30,135. Following the Four Seasons, and at a much lower price, is Ocio Villas By Casa Chameleon in Puntarenas. The price tag is $3,955 for its largest villa.  In the list of complexes there are also other names, such as Andaz Península de Papagayo ($2,113), Reserva Conchal ($1,587) and The Westin Resort & Spa Playa Conchal ($795.60)."

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