Free Lodging and Meals for Children at Select Costa Rica Hotels
The Cayuga Sustainable Hospitality company, a hotel and tour operator with resort properties located in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, is offering special promotions for families traveling with children within the ages of 12 and below, according to the Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail. Six of Cayuga Sustainable Hospitality’s resort properties are included in this Preferred Family Promotion, which runs from now until the end of the green season in December.
The Lapa Rios Ecolodge in the Osa Peninsula is one of Costa Rica’s fully sustainable hotels. From now until August 25th, and from November 27th until December 14th, kids stay for free with their parents, and they can also freely order from the children’s menu. At Finca Rosa Coffee Plantation & Inn, children also stay and eat for free, and families can make reservations for three nights and pay for just two.
Beachfront resorts are included in the promotion. At Arenas del Mar in Manuel Antonio, families can stay five nights and pay for four without having to worry about paying for their kids’ lodging or meals. The beachfront Harmony Hotel has the same offer as Arenas del Mar. Even the ritzy Grano de Oro hotel in downtown San Jose offers the same special promotion for families traveling to Costa Rica.
For families interested in exploring rural Costa Rica, the Hacienda Tayutic Luxury Guest House in Turrialba offers a “three nights for the price of two” promotion, and like the special deals above, children also stay and eat for free.
In 2010, Cayuga Sustainable Hospitality won the prestigious Conde Nast World Saver Awards in the category of Small Hotel Chains. The company focuses on providing families with eco-friendly vacations that can be relaxing or adventurous. For more information on their special green season promotions, please visit their site or their Facebook Timeline.
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