Casa Chameleon Costa Rica
Casa Chameleon Hotel Costa Rica
Rooms and Rates
Notes about this Hotel:- Costa Rican tax of 13.00% is not included.
- During Christmas Week (December 15-January 5) and Easter Week there is a 3-night minimum stay required.
- This is an Adults-Only hotel.
The exquisite Hotel Casa Chameleon Costa Rica is an adults-only boutique resort focused on privacy, romance, adventure and fun. This exclusive charming hotel offer guests a luxurious retreat immersed in stunning natural beauty and landscaped lush gardens. There are the three exclusive villas in the hotel, each one featuring an uninterrupted astonishing view of the Pacific Ocean from the vantage point of the verdant mountainside. All the villas have air conditioning, ceiling fans, large private bathrooms and rain showers, all natural organic shampoos, luxurious beds with fine linens, room safe and more.
The staff and intimate size of the hotel will turn your vacation into an unforgettable experience. The Hotel has a swimming pool with a nice little waterfall and poolside cabanas with shaded seating areas where you can relax while you enjoy your favorite book or sip a refreshing drink. Casa Chameleon is situated on the magnificent remote southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula in Mal Pais, Costa Rica. Set in a beautiful jungle across from the Pacific Ocean, this tropical hideaway has only recently been discovered as an alternative escape from more overdeveloped tourist destinations. Mal Pais and the neighboring towns of Santa Teresa and Playa Hermosa are one of Costa Rica's best kept secrets.
Location and Driving Directions
If you are driving from San Jose to Mal Pais take route 27 and go to Puntarenas. The Ferry to Paquera is at the very end of the tip that forms the city, where you will find small signs. Try to be there at least 45 minutes before any departure, as during the high season, it gets very busy. At the other side of the Gulf of Nicoya , you will arrive just outside the town of Paquera . Follow the cars to the town named Paquera, and continue on to Tambor, then Cobano and finally to Mal Pais.