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Villas Lirio

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Garden Single Rooms
Our hotel has 10 Single Garden Rooms each featuring one Queen-size bed, cable TV, ceiling fans and air conditioning, private bathrooms, and a beautiful porch towards the swimming pool and others with sofa arrangements and view onto the lush gardens, specially designed for this kind of rainforest environment.

Garden Double Rooms
Our 11 Double Garden Rooms feature with Two Queen-size beds, cable TV, ceiling fans, air conditioning, private bathrooms, two porches with beautiful sofa arrangements, one toward the swimming pool and other in the back part of the room. Most of these rooms feature Mini-bar amenities.

Garden Suite
We also designed 2 elegant Garden Suites, which consists of a grand living and TV room, decorated in a very elegant and home style, including a dining table, access to a fully equipped kitchen. These Suites come with 1 bedroom, a Queen-size bed, cable TV, ceiling fans, air conditioning and telephone.

Beautiful Meeting Areas
Two Swimming Pools
Restaurant and Lounge
Fully-stocked Bar
Tropical Gardens

Quepos/Manuel Antonio may be Costa Rica's most complete destination. Nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, thrill seekers, anglers and night owls will all find enough activities to keep themselves busy for several weeks. Conference Room Villas Lirio hosts a wide variety of group events, ranging from conferences small and large to seminars, retreats, and much, more. With numerous layout options, a distinctive meeting room by day can become an elegant ballroom by night to complete your event.

Costa Rican and International Cuisine

Casa Roland's Villas Lirio is located in the Quepos/Manuel Antonio area on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Our secluded hotel is decorated with fine furnishings and unique art created by local artists, including renowned painter Deirdre Hyde.

This area boasts excellent restaurants where you can find just about any kind of cuisine. Many places offer sunset drink specials. Arrive early and get a good seat, because the sunsets are phenomenal.

Native tropical plants adorn the lobby and patio areas, creating an inviting, relaxing atmosphere perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation.


Manuel Antonio

How to Get There:

The trip takes approximately 3 hours driving from San José.
Drive on the Panamerican highway, and follow it to the international airport. From the international airport, drive to La Garita, where you turn left and continue to Turrucares. Once you arrive Turrucares, take the highway #27 to Caldera. Once you arrive Orotina continue until the next toll station. Just after this toll station turn right, where you see the sign to Jaco. Continue over this coastal road to Tarcoles, Jaco until you reach Quepos.

Take the exit to Quepos. Once in Quepos downtown turn left past the small park and drive up the mountain about 4 kilometers towards the Manuel Antonio National Park.