Visitors can sign up for river rafting tours, which range from mellow, sight-seeing floats to trips down class IV rapids. Waterfall rappelling is a fantastic way to both engage with and observe Costa Rica’s outdoors, as are canopy tours. Hiking and biking trips through the rainforest are popular, while soaking in one of the area’s geothermal hot springs is an ideal way to cap off any day. Guests of the Arenal Volcano Inn will enjoy fantastic service, comfortable accommodations and stellar volcano views during their stay. Lounging alongside the swimming pools is a pleasant way to pass the afternoon, and the nearby Jacuzzi can help ease any tension that may have developed during the day. Que Rico, the hotel’s restaurant, serves international cuisine from breakfast till dinner and has space for up to 80 people. The adjoining bar has daily happy hour specials.
Accommodations consist of individual cabins that are set within a lushly gardened area. All have private terraces with wonderful views of the volcano. Inside, each is equipped with a private hot water bathroom, air conditioning, mini fridge and breakfast counter. All rooms have comfortable beds, and certain suites even have a private Jacuzzi.
Arenal Volcano Inn Facilities/Amenities
Swimming pool, kids pool, cable TV, spa, hot water, private bathroom, air conditioning, mini fridge, coffee service, safe deposit box, Jacuzzi, private parking, fan, volcano view, laundry service, internet access, wireless internet, restaurant, hairdryer, room service, telephone, mini bar, gardens, bar, massage, wheelchair accessible, free breakfast, beauty treatments, iron & ironing board
All rooms have a private hot water bathroom, air conditioning, mini fridge, terrace, and breakfast counter.
Deluxe – Sleeps 4 in 1 Bedroom. 2 Queen. Volcano Views, Gardens Views, Wheelchair Accessible
Junior Suite – Sleeps 2 in 1 Bedroom. 1 King. Volcano Views, Gardens Views, Jacuzzi
Standard Superior – Sleeps 3 in 1 Bedroom. 1 Queen + 1 Double. Volcano Views, Gardens Views, Wheelchair Accessible