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Hotel Grano de Oro

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Hotel Grano de Oro features thirty-seven rooms in three categories as well as three signature suites. No two rooms are alike; each offers its own unique charm, but elegant décor and thoughtful amenities are standard throughout. All rooms are furnished in Tropical Victorian style with wrought-iron beds and rich damask fabrics.

Each room boasts a direct-dial telephone, cable TV, fully stocked mini-bar and safe. The room classification is as follow:

Standard: Ten Standard rooms which offer cozy quarters with one queen size bed and private bathroom with shower.

Superior: Six Superior rooms have one queen bed with showers in the bath and are somewhat larger than the standard rooms.

Deluxe: Twenty one most spacious rooms, deluxe have various bed configurations: queen/twin, two queens or king only as well as bathtub/shower combinations.

Family Suite: A very large two-bedroom suite – one room with queen bed, the second with a queen and a twin bed. Central bathroom.

Garden Suite: A spacious suite with a Jacuzzi tub in the bathroom as well as a small sitting room, which opens to a private tropical garden.

Vista de Oro Suite: (one of a kind) The hotel’s showplace, this magnificent suite features Tropical Victorian designs at its finest and a panoramic view of the Central Valley skyline. An in-room Jacuzzi allows for private stargazing.

Restaurant, room service, bar, Jacuzzi, laundry service, gift shop, rooftop garden terrace

At the hotel reception desk, activities and day tours to Costa Rica´s beauty spots are readily arranged. Popular excursions include the following: San José City Tour , Café Britt Coffee Tour, Rain Forest Aerial Tram, White Water Rafting, Poás Volcano & Sarchí, Arenal Volcano at Night, Calypso Catamaran Cruise, Other popular activities and day tours from San Jose

The hotel restaurant merges Costa Rican tropical with European cuisine under the expertise of French-trained Chef Francis Canal. This beautiful restaurant set in between an elegant open terrace and a tropical courtyard, has become one of San Jose’s finest dining establishments, frequented by local and tourist alike.

Settled on a quiet street just off Paseo Colón, Hotel Grano de Oro is a true oasis, a sanctuary in the heart of a bustling city. Converted from a tropical Victorian mansion, the hotel maintains the warmth and comfort of a private residence. Guests will delight in the tranquil ambiance of tropical plants and flowers found throughout the hotel. The hotel's charming atrium terrace and corridors have sparkling fountains and lush tropical planting and a rooftop garden terrace with lawnbeds and Jacuzzi provides blissful secluded lounging.

Service at Grano de Oro is a paramount and its friendly and professional always welcomes guests with a big smile.

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How to Get There:

Paseo Colón, San Jose
From the airport take the Interamerican Highway to San José. You will arrive to the western edge of the downtown, right at the end of Paseo Colon. This area is well marked with large road signs, which will either direct you to the downtown (Centro) or the western suburbs of Pavas, and Escazu. If you're heading toward downtown, just follow the flow of traffic and turn left on Paseo Colon. The hotel is at Calle (Street) 30 #251, between avenues 2 and 4, 1 ½ blocks (150 meters) south of Paseo Colon which is San Jose’s main thoroughfare.