Four Seasons at Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica - 3 Bedroom Residence
This newly renovated 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,400 sq. ft. villa with a family friendly floor plan is the closest residence to all of the resort amenities, including the beaches, pools, restaurants, spa, fitness center, kids club and teen center.
The entire residence features Brazilian cherry wood floors and natural limestone tile. The large living area includes a new wall-mounted 65” LG LED TV and an entertainment center, which features Bose wireless Bluetooth speaker.
The fully equipped kitchen has ample granite countertop space and new stainless steel GE Profile appliances. A guest powder room is located off of the living area. The separate dining area comfortably seats eight people. An interior changing room features beautiful new custom wood cabinets, as well as a separately enclosed laundry room with a washer/dryer located. The villa has complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access and an abundance of closet space.
Situated on the entire top third floor overlooking the resort and main beach (with the sounds of the Pacific Ocean waves below adding to the tranquil experience), the villa features three spacious bedrooms (2 with king beds and one with two full-size beds).
The two master bedroom suites feature a king bed, deep soaking tub, separate glass enclosed shower, large double vanity, private changing area, and a WC in a private enclosed alcove. The third bedroom features two full-sized beds and its own private bathroom with a deep tub/shower. All bedrooms have individual LED TV’s. There is individually zoned air-conditioning throughout the villa.
A large screened terrace seats six around a rich local natural wood table with a variable speed ceiling fans. One of the master suites is privately situated off one side of the terrace. Finely crafted almendro wood sliding glass doors create a subtle transition between the indoor living space and the outdoor terrace, welcoming fresh ocean breezes. Watch the sunsets over the Pacific Oceans while monkeys swing by through the trees.
The recently 'reimagined' Four Seasons at Peninsula Papagayo is a unique destination, and just completed a $35 million renovation. Spilling down a coastal hillside to an isthmus of golden sand is an ambiance of simple luxury in this pristine natural setting. With two unspoiled beaches, spa, championship golf, and the magic of the tropical dry forest, you will definitely feel like you have gotten away from it all. The resort is low density, and never feels crowded.
The main resort offers three pools (one is for adults only), whirlpool grotto, fitness center, three restaurants, kid’s club program (included), teen center, and tennis facility – four Har-Tru clay courts and a grass court. Sea kayaks, boogie boards, stand up paddleboards, windsurfing, snorkeling and other water equipment are readily available and included. Comfortable padded lounge chairs are available at the pools and beaches, with attendant service providing towels, complimentary SPF tanning lotions & aloe vera gel. Also, full-attendant bar/beverage and food service is available at the pools and beaches. A private beach club is accessible by shuttle just a few minutes away and offers an expansive beach, two pools, hot tub, health club, and more bars/restaurants.
Designed by Arnold Palmer, the Four Seasons 18-hole, par-72 signature championship course with clubhouse, restaurant, and snack bar is ranked amount the “Best 100 Courses Outside the United States” by Golf Digest. It spans over 220 pristine acres and sits on the tip of Peninsula Papagayo, nestled in the mountainside along the Pacific Ocean. There are spectacular water views from fourteen of the eighteen holes. The course plays 6,788 yards from the championship tees for the low-handicap golfer, and offers four additional sets of tees that allow golfers of all levels to indulge in their passion for the game.
The Spa at the Four Seasons Papagayo, offers a comprehensive selection of facials, body treatments and massages using indigenous ingredients, such as mineral-rich rainforest mud from the nearby Osa Peninsula.
Because the resort was built with ecologic sensitivities in mind, great care was taken to preserve the natural habitats of many indigenous plants and animals. It’s quite common to see and hear howler and white-faced monkeys outside of your window, and cross paths with giant iguanas on the golf course!
Just steps from your villa, you’ll find an exception variety of dining options, which brings creativity and inspiration to every meal. Distinctive Four Seasons settings celebrate the beauty of Peninsula Papagayo, many with open-air seating and views of the Pacific:
Pesce – Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar, the resort’s signature restaurant, features evening dining with locally sourced Italian specialties, fresh seafood and amazing sunsets.
Bahia Grill offers a casual and locally inspired fare, with al fresco options and indoor seating, open all day.
Anejo open air bar offers cozy seating, light meals and refreshing cocktails – with live music in the evening.
Caracol, at the golf clubhouse (a few minutes away, with regular complimentary transportation) serves delectable steakhouse dinners, seafood and mouth-watering cocktails, complete with endless skies perfect for stargazing.
Eating in your private villa can be just as pleasurable as eating out. In-Villa Dining delivers exquisite Four Seasons cuisine to the comfort of your residence – at any hour you wish. Or, have a Four Seasons chef come to your kitchen to custom cater a special meal. A private dinner on the beach can also be arranged.
Condo with 1 level
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2400 square feet, 223 square meters
King, King, and 2x Full
6 guests maximum
Liberia Costa Rica International Airport (LIR)
Approximately 35 minutes by car
Beachfront overlooking Pacific Ocean
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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REQUIRED ADDITIONAL FEE
There is a $370 plus tax one-time resort fee that is payable to The Four Seasons upon departure. As a guest of our villa, you have privileged access to all of the exquisite amenities and services of the resort. Additional housekeeping services can be arranged at an additional cost.
OPTIONAL EXTRAS (AVAILABLE AT ADDITIONAL CHARGE)
The kitchen can be stocked with items of your choice prior to arrival. In addition, you can engage a chef to come and cook for you. Daily maid service can be arranged at an additional cost (with towel exchange and refuse service provided gratis upon request). Transportation to and from the resort can be arranged through the Four Seasons.
Activities of Interest
- Zipline Canopy Tours
- Surfing at Tamarindo
- White Water Rafting
- Diving & Snorkeling Among Coral Reefs
- Sport Fishiing
- Horseback Riding
- Bird Watching & Wildlife Viewing
- Cultural Tours
- Rain Forest Explorations
Places of Interest
- Palo Verde National Park
- Monteverde Cloud Forest
Amazing...could not have been better.”
Staying at the Four Seasons in Costa Rica in this residence is just amazing! We really loved the apartment, which is really well-sized and well-located inside the resort. As you can expect from Four Seasons, the service is impacable, but in Costa Rica people are even nicer than anywhere else in the world. Papagayo Peninsula really is a special place within the beautiful country of Costa Rica. Its terrain and views are really beautiful and the different beaches are all great to stay a few hours. On the Peninsula and outside the Peninsula there are enough activities to have a great week. We stayed here after travelling four weeks through Costa Rica and we could not have ended better. Both us and our kids really enjoyed our stay and want to thank the owner for letting us stay in this beautiful gem. ”
We greatly appreciated the hospitality of our host. The residence well exceeds the ThirdHome description and is part of select residences that were renovated simultaneously with the hotel's rooms; some other residences are older and some are slightly less refined from an interior design perspective. All appeared lovely, yet this residence clearly was atop them all. It was lovely being close to the Lobby, pools, and beaches. The coordinating team (chief among them being Ms. Jasmine Rivas) was wonderful and highly informative prior to arrival; groceries and additional services were only an e-mail away before and during our trip. The Covid test was administered in the unit by a trained medical professional; results were provided within hours. Recommendations on-site would be: (1) the spa has lovely cold and hot plunge pools to enjoy prior to treatments (they can also be used without spa services, but they do require advance notice); (2) the hotel offers extensive calendared activities from health, dance, sport and cooking classes, wine and rum tastings; all appealed to the rest of my group (I was too lazy to leave the comforts of the beaches - the tamarind margarita was a lovely discovery btw), as did the kayak, biking, and hiking tours (again, lazy me!). All returned rave reviews. As for food, no specific recommendation to share as every meal we had and item tried, was really great. If you crave something, do not hesitate to ask because they will certainly make it. In fact, at Bahia Restaurant, upon request they served us one of the best whole fried fish with coconut rice and beans that we have ever had. Give it a try. All the hotel, pool, beach, and water sports staff were great - I have a long list of names that will be shared with FSeasons separately. We opted to rent a large Land Cruiser for the week as we anticipated a couple trips off property. In hindsight, we should have coordinated transfers to and from the airport directly with the resort (they have a fleet of Expeditions that do nothing but that) and coordinating a day or two of a rental at needed times during our trip. It would have been much more comfortable. For those that like to cook and drink certain wines (I obviously do, haha), my last suggestion would be to utilize the provisioning services for the arrival essentials to get you through the night and morning - i.e. coffee and water - then head back into Liberia to experience the town. Head in after a very lite breakfast, search for a small restaurant named Mariajuana (it's Maria's play on what would normally jump to mind) and enjoy a lovely lunch in a highly regarded restaurant that serves really great food (I had shrimp and rice, my husband had the cordon blue, and we both ordered several additional sides of beans.) Afterward, just a few steps nearby is a grocery store (drawing a blank on the name at the moment, but it is inside the same complex so you park once for all). I found this offered numerous better options in American product, wines, rums, etc. than the typical go-to: Walmart. Lastly, for those that are not aware, all Four Seasons properties now have a chat system through the app that is available on your phone. This is usually before, during, and after ones trips as it allows you to communicate whenever, wherever with the respective property. I recommend it in general as it is very useful. Hope this was helpful. Rest assured, we will be back and you will too!”