Nayara Hotel, Spa & Gardens

Nayara Hotel, Spa & Gardens is a luxury boutique hotel adjacent Arenal Volcano National Park that is widely recognized for providing luxurious accommodations and premium amenities. A 5-star member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Nayara has been acclaimed as one of the most romantic places in the world. Expect heartfelt hospitality, impeccable service, fine cuisine, an outstanding spa, amazing excursions and eco-experiences at this premier destination in Costa Rica.

Surrounded by lush tropical rainforest, each bungalow at Nayara Hotel, Spa & Gardens provides an exclusive retreat, separated by tropical flora and fauna for independent space and privacy.  Every room has been designed to provide the utmost in comfort and style while maintaining a close connection with the natural surroundings with private backyards and outdoor showers facing the private front balcony. 

An onsite restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and boasts a direct view of Arenal Volcano. There is also a pool bar and a wine and tapas bar. The Spa at Nayara, perched on a cliff overlooking the forest, is a place of true rejuvenation, harmony and beauty.

Sustainability at Nayara Hotel, Spa & Gardens

The hotel design and architecture follows guidelines for the conservation and protection of the environment. Each structure was built using local artisan materials that both support the Costa Rican economy and safeguard its environment. All rooms are equipped with energy-saving key cards that automatically turn off the lights as soon as the guest leaves the room. Water saving is also a large priority, with faucets and showers having flow reducers and aerators that conserve water, and toilets equipped with dual-flush retrofits.

Hotel Nayara creates its own compost using leaves, plants and vegetable discards. And all cleaning products are biodegradable and non-toxic. The property’s recycling efforts start in every room and reach all areas of the hotel. In addition, Nayara supports the community of La Fortuna de San Carlos in cultural, athletic, recreational and conservation activities, including volunteering and donating to “Hogarcito de Ninos,” a home for abused and orphaned children.