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Costa Rica hotels
« on: February 19, 2014, 03:35:31 AM »
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  • Fellas I decided to take a trip to San jose Costa Rica next week for 10 days. Since this will be my first which hotels do you recommend near downtown san jose?

    I hear a lot about Del ray but dont wish to stay there since will be meeting some folks for business so it has to be somewhere quiet but still can have some entertainment in the evening.

    Linkback: http://ifoundthechicas.com/misc-hotels-in-costa-rica/151/costa-rica-hotels/6177/

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #1 on: February 19, 2014, 10:55:25 AM »
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  • Hi Webcyber. I have a few suggestions but definitly depends on the type of experience you are looking for. The Sportsmen's lodge is graet and is kind of a mini version of the Del Rey although it is sports themes with lots of screens great bar good food and a fairly large selection of rooms ranging from semi basic to luxourious. The Amistad which is a block block and a half from the Sportmmen's is very nice with a nice bar-though you won't find local talent there and nice restaurant. I believe Amistad may be a sponsor to this site. Nice thing about the Amistad is their memory foam beds in every room. Really Comfortable. Con: There is a small local train that goes by 2-3 times every morning the sounds its' horn so if you are a light sleeper you should ask for room on the opposite side from tracks or room w/o windows. Owner Matt is a great guy. For me I have stayed at Hotel Castillo numerous times because for my taste it is perfect. It is in a great location; 1 and 1/2 blocks from Sportsmen's Lodge, 1 Block from New Fantasy(great brothel) 3 blocks from Zona 2 (Formerly Hotel Little Havana and before that Zona Blue) and about 4 blocks from Hotel Del Rey. The folks there are really really nice from Darren the manager, to the great girls at the front dest, Maria and Patricia, Danny the Maintanence guy and Sasha the Bartender - who can be had discreetly and she is excellent. Castillo is not upscale but it is very comfortable, inexpensive-about 45 a night if booking a week or more and paying cash has air conditioning in all rooms some a couple with kitchenette. Only possible con is the beds are a little softer than some like but I found them comfortable. These are all chica friendly. There are numerous others one Called the Morazon which is one block from the Del Rey, and they have a casino and pretty good restaurant in the hotel. Have fun and PM me if you have any questions. BTW the Spostmen's is fairly well know for the chicas but nothing near the Rep of the Del Rey. Amistad and Morazon are totally off the Radar so will be completely unknown to your business associates.
    « Last Edit: February 19, 2014, 10:58:26 AM by skyxchef »

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #2 on: February 19, 2014, 09:19:28 PM »
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  • No amistad is no longer a sponsor and do not offer any discounts.
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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #3 on: February 20, 2014, 10:43:28 PM »
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    Hi Webcyber. I have a few suggestions but definitly depends on the type of experience you are looking for. The Sportsmen's lodge is graet and is kind of a mini version of the Del Rey although it is sports themes with lots of screens great bar good food and a fairly large selection of rooms ranging from semi basic to luxourious. The Amistad which is a block block and a half from the Sportmmen's is very nice with a nice bar-though you won't find local talent there and nice restaurant. I believe Amistad may be a sponsor to this site. Nice thing about the Amistad is their memory foam beds in every room. Really Comfortable. Con: There is a small local train that goes by 2-3 times every morning the sounds its' horn so if you are a light sleeper you should ask for room on the opposite side from tracks or room w/o windows. Owner Matt is a great guy. For me I have stayed at Hotel Castillo numerous times because for my taste it is perfect. It is in a great location; 1 and 1/2 blocks from Sportsmen's Lodge, 1 Block from New Fantasy(great brothel) 3 blocks from Zona 2 (Formerly Hotel Little Havana and before that Zona Blue) and about 4 blocks from Hotel Del Rey. The folks there are really really nice from Darren the manager, to the great girls at the front dest, Maria and Patricia, Danny the Maintanence guy and Sasha the Bartender - who can be had discreetly and she is excellent. Castillo is not upscale but it is very comfortable, inexpensive-about 45 a night if booking a week or more and paying cash has air conditioning in all rooms some a couple with kitchenette. Only possible con is the beds are a little softer than some like but I found them comfortable. These are all chica friendly. There are numerous others one Called the Morazon which is one block from the Del Rey, and they have a casino and pretty good restaurant in the hotel. Have fun and PM me if you have any questions. BTW the Spostmen's is fairly well know for the chicas but nothing near the Rep of the Del Rey. Amistad and Morazon are totally off the Radar so will be completely unknown to your business associates.

    Thank you very much SkyChief..does Amistad or Castillo have a website where they accept reservation? I leading toward Castillo and still searching others on Booking.com. The bad thing about that site I cant tell which is chica friendly so thanks for the heads up on these few options so far.

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #4 on: February 21, 2014, 07:28:55 AM »
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  • All that I mentioned are chica friiendly. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login is the hotel castillo website.  Amistad is You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login. Others that I can think of off hand with good locations (in the hearts of things) are Hotel Dunn Inn, Mona Lisa Hotel, and the Freebird. You def do not want a non chica friendly hotel-I made that mistake on my 2nd trip there or a hotel that allows a chica but rapes you to bring one to you room such as the holiday inn which charges $75 just to allow your girl into your room. I definitely think the castillo would be a great choice for you first trip. You can reserve on the website or contact the manager Darren directly. His e-mail is You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login    Have Fun

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #5 on: February 21, 2014, 07:41:48 PM »
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  • Thank you again Skychief. I contacted Darren from Castillo and they made me a great offer for my 10 day stay. However their rooms do not include AC which is a big deal for me. Im not sure how hot CR is comparing to DR but I recalled I could not sleep without AC in the DR since that place is so hot. Although he mentioned rooms are fairly cool with fans but I am still skept about it, they have AC in some other distant units he mentioned but didnt quote a price for them.

    I found a hotel from a forum called Costa Rica Scores, used to be called Hotel Little Havana from what I understand; their room seems nice and they offer a bargain. They have sports bar similar to Sportsmen lounge but as as crowded. They quoted me $45 night or $65/night incl a 30 min promo each night with a girl lol.. just seems too cheap and their website dont have much details about rooms if they have AC or other basic amenities. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login. Let me know if you have any info about them

    I Have 3 days left to confirm a reservation.

    Thanks
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    « Last Edit: February 21, 2014, 07:43:50 PM by webcyber »

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #6 on: February 21, 2014, 11:39:28 PM »
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  • Most of the hotels that Skyxchef mentioned are good choices for you staying on a monger vacation. La Amistad would be pretty reasonable even if you are on a business trip. If you are going to be meeting business associates over the course of your trip then I woud not recommend any of them except the Amistad or possibly the Dunn Inn. If you go to La Amistad be sure to request a room with an exterior window. Don't just ask for a window as they might give you one with a stairway window, and with the girls coming in those rooms sound like they have  herd of reindeer walking by all the time. Some rooms have no windows at all.

    Right now you're considering Scores. What you should know about Scores is that its claim to fame is not being a hotel. Scores is essentially a massage parlour that also has rooms. The rooms are fine, but be aware that it's not a business friendly location and is well known as a local brothel, in case you need to tell people where you're staying

    If there's any chance that you're going to be having business associates come by you might want to consider the Mona Lisa hotel. It used to be the Clarion, and is respectable with reasonably priced rooms. It has a casino downstairs,  massage center on site, some limited girls downstairs, very centrally located and close to everything. Most importantly is that oit would be totally acceptable as a family venue or for business associates coming by and is still 100% girl friendly. It's only a block away from Scores and Zona 2, 2 blocks from New Fantasy, a 5 minute walk from the Del Rey or Sportsmans. It's getting increasingly good reviews from mongers. If you send a message to Guy Grand at the hotel prior to going you can probably get a discount rate too.  a qucik google search will turn up the email address.

    If you do go back down a purely mongering trip I would recommend Sportsmens but book well in advance, especially prior to Halloween or the Super Bowl.  The Amistad is also an excellent alternative.
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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #7 on: February 21, 2014, 11:46:49 PM »
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  • oh, and of you do stay at Sportsmens be sure that you do not get a courtyard room, stay i ether the modern wing or the mansion wing. The 2nd floor modern wing rooms are the best value for the money.

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #8 on: February 22, 2014, 07:42:57 AM »
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  • As Shadowman said Scores is a brothel with room and while many enjoy the talent on site to that degree I prefer some breathing room. I also have heard good reviews of the Mona Lisa Hotel though I have not stayed there personally. Regarding temperature in San Jose March is springtime. The city is at a higher elevation and the highest it reaches is 80F during the Daytime with a low of 67F at night with little to no rain (The rainy months are end of May to the end of December). I still do highly recommend the Hotel Castillo. It is a former Coffee Barons Home and while it is definitely not luxurious if that is important to you for entertaining business associates. It is however clean, secure, in a great quiet neighborhood, has a welcoming style, has consistent hot water, a small bar in a comfortable garden patio area where they serve a small buffet breakfast (not lavish but more than adequate), and as I stated before the staff there are incredible including the maids who will give you extra towels whenever you ask and the will wash and fold a large bag of laundry for you for appx. $6. Oh BTW they usually have a girl available for session hanging out in the lobby chatting with the reception person. The bartender Sasha was originally doing this when I first hooked up with her before she became a bartender there after which I still session ed with her usually before or after her bartending shifts. Sasha photo taken at the Hotel Castillo Photo is attached as well as a photo of the bar at Castillowith a former bartender Kathia who I am still friends with some 4 years later. If you do need the AC which is available in the rooms in the Patio area in is about $15 - $20 extra per night but in March with the temps in the upper 60's at night you really should be very comfortable without it. As you can tell I obviously really like Hotel Castillo mostly for the comfort and hospitality but if you are looking more modern style then Amistad is very good choice Hotel Mona Lisa as stated has had good reviews. Don't sweat it though all have great locations near everything you are looking for, chica friendly and reasonable prices. Have a blast!!

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #9 on: February 22, 2014, 08:45:49 AM »
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  • Thank you for the updates. I have a confirmed reservation with Castillo, seemd to be right choice and will give update/review when I return. The mona lisa seemed like a great choice also but will try it next time.

    Thank you again for your help gentlemen.

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #10 on: February 23, 2014, 04:26:01 PM »
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  • The Castillo should be ok. It's not a favored hotel because it's a bit bare bones and the noise can be an issue in some rooms but there are many guys that like it a lot, and it's a personal choice. It's well located and close to everything, right around the corner from Sportsmens and a short block away from New Fantasy and 2 blocks from Scores/Zona 2 (please don't limit yourself to just these venues. I'll try to post a map later)

    The Castillo is at Avenida 9 and Calle 9. I mention this because you should not rely on addresses when moving around in San Jose. The streets do not have street signs and addresses are typically not used (they have been talking for years to change this, and might actually be starting to do so). Your issue with this is that many, if not most of the taxi drivers will have absolutely no idea where the Castillo is and will be asking for landmarks, which is how they navigate. I would say that the hotel is "sobre Avenida 9 a Calle 9 en Barrio Amon, atras del edificio INS. El edificio amarillo a la derecha"

    You can actually say it any of a number of different ways. I would suggest that you ask the hotel what directions they use with taxistas there. DO NOT leave home without those directions in hand, or at least the ones I gave you, which will get you there. The taxi drivers are incredibly useless in San Jose, and it's amazing the holes of city knowledge they either have or pretend to have when driving people around. If the driver asks you if this is your first time in San Jose when leaving the airport tell him no. You will find that everyone giving directions will use multiples of "cien metros" which usually means a block, from some well known landmark or business, and then the destinations building's colour. Needless to say, sometimes stuff can be tricky to find. Whenever you're going anywhere get good local directions, not TripAdvisor type directions.

    Have fun! Fell free to PM me if you need info of any type.
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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #11 on: February 23, 2014, 04:50:28 PM »
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  • here, these maps might help. They're a bit dated now (substitute Scores/Zona2 for Hotel Little Havana and Mona Lisa for Amon Plaza) but it's still mostly correct for the gulch and I believe except for the closure of Sapphires entirely correct for the Paseo Colon area at a quick glance. This will definitely help you navigate.

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    Re: Costa Rica hotels
    « Reply #12 on: May 06, 2014, 11:32:23 AM »
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  • I used to stay in the Presidente Hotel in San Jose and always had a great stay.  Never a problem bringing in girls for the night.  They did check ID.  Usually had breakfast with my girl downstairs the next morning.  Rooms where good and the location was in walking distance to everything you could need.  Stayed there about ten different times.  Nice looking place too.

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    « Reply #13 on: May 06, 2014, 05:30:57 PM »
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  • The Presidente is a nice hotel, but it's no longer chica friendly. A loss for all SJO mongers.

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    « Reply #14 on: May 09, 2014, 08:10:34 PM »
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    The Presidente is a nice hotel, but it's no longer chica friendly. A loss for all SJO mongers.
    Very true SM, Presidente not at all chica friendly anymore-Chica Hostile actually. :smiley-sex020:

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