Hotel Montana De Fuego
Horseback rides, biking tours and hikes (one of which leads to a 200-ft waterfall) are wonderful ways to see the volcano and its surrounding area. A number of water sports can be enjoyed along Lake Arenal, including fishing, kayaking and windsurfing, and just outside of the La Fortuna/Arenal area, visitors will enjoy exploring the Venado Caves or rafting down the explosive Sarapiqui River.
Hotel Montana de Fuego is set on a 111-acre (45-ha) piece of land that hosts both primary and secondary forest. Set just 5 miles (9 km) from La Fortuna, the hotel is close to the town’s amenities but far from its hustle and bustle.
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Guests are invited to walk along the hotel’s rainforest trails on foot or horseback or explore its well-maintained tropical garden. Back at the hotel, an afternoon swim or treatment at the En Gadi Spa is a wonderful way to pass the time. If further relaxation is in order, guests can enjoy a soak in the Jacuzzi or spend some time unwinding in the sauna.
The Acuarelas Restaurant serves up a fine mix of Costa Rican cuisine and international favorites, including pasta dishes, steaks, desserts and more. A complimentary breakfast buffet is offered every morning.
Every room at Montana de Fuego has a private terrace with views of the Arenal Volcano. Each room also comes stocked with air conditioning, a mini refrigerator, telephone, cable TV, and a private hot water bathroom. The Standard Rooms are set in cozy wooden cabiñas, while the Deluxe Rooms employ a more modern and spacious design.