Cala Luna Costa Rica
Cala Luna Hotel Costa Rica
Rooms and Rates
Notes about this Hotel:- Costa Rican tax of 13.00% is not included.
- Rates include breakfast.
The Cala Luna Hotel, one of Costa Rica’s hidden treasures, where adventure and tranquility co-exist to create the perfect environment for all types of vacations. Cala Luna Hotel is located steps away from the Pacific Ocean on Tamarindo Beach surrounded by tropical forests and marine parks. Cala Luna Hotel and Villas is a tropical paradise fully-equipped with modern conveniences but far away from fast-paced lives and mainstream tourist routes.
On the hotel grounds, encounter lush vegetation and tropical flowers surrounding the accommodations, built in traditional Central American architecture, and decorated to express the soul of Costa Rican style. Guests may choose to stay in one of the hotel’s 20 deluxe rooms each with patio terrace and all the necessary features to make you feel comfortable or one the 20 villas with 2 or 3 bedrooms, a living room with satellite TV, a full kitchen and a private swimming. The restaurant Cala Moresca, overlooking the hotel’s swimming pool, offers a variety of cuisine from the Guanacaste region. Cala Luna also offers private yoga lessons and spa treatments for guests and has a wedding coordinator on staff.
If adventure and excursions are an interest, Cala Luna Hotel provides the ability to see natural wonders as well as the option of renting equipment such as surfboards, wave runners, and snorkeling gear. They also offer all-inclusive special packages for fishing, golf, honeymoons, surfing, and adventures. Bask in the exquisite blend of privacy and intimacy created by their sophisticated and peaceful environment.
Location and Driving Directions
Hotel Cala Luna Hotel is located on the Northwestern shoreline of Costa Rica, in Tamarindo, Guanacaste 193 miles (312 km) from San Jose. Just to the north of Tamarindo lies Playa Grande which is one of the principal nesting sites for leatherback turtles. As you head south from Tamarindo, you'll come to several undeveloped beaches, most of which are quite popular with surfers. Beyond Tamarindo and Playa Langosta are Playa Avellanas and then Playa Negra, both of which have a few basic cabinas catering to surfers. It takes around 4 hours to drive to Tamarindo Beach. Driving from San Jose, you can head west passing the San Jose International Airport. You should follow the signs to San Ramon continuing on the road which turns north, along the Inter American Highway. Follow the sign to Liberia. Arriving in Liberia you will come to a traffic light on the highway with 2 gas stations, a Burger King and Papa Jones Pizza on the corners. From the traffic light, make a left (Highway 21) and head west along the main road to the beaches. 12 miles (19 km) down the road you will come to an intersection in the town of Comunidad, follow the signs to Playa Flamingo and Playa Tamarindo and stay to the left. This route will take you through the town of Filadelfia and on to the smaller town of Belen about 12 miles further. Keep an eye out for the big green, blue and white signs that say Tamarindo. Turn right after the signs. Continue for 18 miles (30 km) to Huacas. Turn left at Huacas. From Huacas you will continue to Villarreal. Turn right at the signs for Playa Tamarindo. Continue 2 miles on the dirt road to Tamarindo and follow the signs to the hotel. You can also fly to Tamarindo from Juan Santamaria International Airport. It is only 45 minute flight to Tamarindo’s domestic airport. From there you can take a taxi to Cala Luna Hotel.