Savegre Mountain Hotel Costa Rica
Savegre Mountain Hotel Costa Rica
Rooms and Rates
Notes about this Hotel:- Room rates do not include Costa Rican tax of 13.00%.
- Rates include breakfast.
- Rates include entrace fee to the Private Cloud Reserve.
Savegre Mountain Hotel is a lovely family run business situated on an area of land that measures about 220, 000 acres in size. The cool climate creates the perfect environment for cloud and rain forest vegetation. This location has been declared the Quetzales National Park; it overflows with mammals, insects, amphibians, plants and birds. Savegre Mountain Hotel is isolated from civilization, sitting at least 2 hours from the nearest town. Visitors are spellbound by the lush hotel grounds naturally adorned with massive oak trees that house over 170 bird species as well as the gently babbling Savegre River. Though the nights tend to be a little cold, the hotel environment is full of warmth, serenity and comfort. This fantastic establishment is focused on conserving the natural surrounding, thus they maintain many wide green areas around the property. The personnel at Savegre Mountain Hotel is mostly made up of local residents, humble and friendly individuals. Some of the staff speaks English, by working at the hotel they are learning how important the environment is to local economy. Each employee strives hard to meet the guest’s highest expectations.
This hotel is ideal for individuals seeking a non-touristy location. The rooms found at Savegre Mountain Hotel offer guests a chance to enjoy peace and relaxation surrounded by stunning gardens teeming with colorful flowers and foliage. The environment is great for families; admire the picturesque countryside as you breathe in the pure mountain air. Some rooms are handicap accessible as is the restaurant. Visitors have a choice between dining at the hotel restaurant or lounge bar, both charming featuring delicious cuisine. Special menus can be requested in advance for visitors with medical conditions or food limitations. Business travelers can also take advantage of the conference facilities or if a guest would like to arrange a special event while on vacation they can also reserve this facility. The terrific souvenir shop sells books, t-shirts, caps, quaint handicrafts made from wood, leather and glass, as well as different articles with animal motifs among other things.
Visitors who arrive with children can request babysitting services. The front desk at Savegre Mountain Hotel is open from 7am to 10pm to provide tour booking service and general information. Nature enthusiasts will love exploring hotel premises, the grounds are dotted with small ponds, challenging nature trails, gushing waterfalls, a hanging bridge and a river, all of these colorful elements create a paradise ideal for bird watchers. Apples, plums and peaches are grown at Savegre Mountain Hotel, be sure to savor a juicy bite of these fresh fruits. Eco-tourism is of big importance here, guests will never have to worry about being too close to other establishments, the area surrounding the hotel is protected so that nothing else can be developed in the vicinity. This verdant mountain valley provides an outstanding backdrop that will mesmerize anyone who takes the time to admire their surroundings. Come discover all the unique facets of Savegre Mountain Hotel today! Experience a secluded cloud forest vacation unparalleled anywhere else.
Location and Driving Directions
Upon leaving the airport head towards San Jose via the Panamerican HWY # 2 in a southward direction. You will pass a toll booth and an exit marked Tres Rios, keep driving up the incline. Once you begin a descent stay on the road that turns right and then drive straight. You should see an exit sign on your left hand side that leads to downtown Cartago, do not take this exit. Keep driving straight towards San Isidro del General. You will see a sign that says "S. Isidro Gral", (this is the short term for that town name). Drive through el Tejar and el Empalme. From here continue on to the highest point of this highway known as "Cerro de la Muerte". Here you need to detour to the right for about 5.5 miles on a country road until you reach the slopes of our Savegre River.