Month: October 2014
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica–The Lake Hille/ASA Company presented the study of the mega million resort project to be constructed in Tarcoles Beach in the pacific province of Puntarenas. The project that will be called “Punta Loros” would include 34 apartment buildings, three hotels, and 18-hole golf course and common areas of leisure. The investment would be of $400 million. Next to Punta Loros another resort called Nativa would share the Tarcoles Beach. Just 45 minutes away from San Jose, the area of Tarcoles Beach in Garabito will become another part of the Costa Rican Riviera, this area in the Central Pacific of the country. If the new International Airport is constructed in Orotina (should be ready by 2025), Punta Loros would be just 15 minutes away from the new mega airport.
PAPAGAYO GULF, Guanacaste–The Costa Rican Minister of Tourism, Wilhem von Breymann and Claudia Pina from Wyndham Resorts participated yesterday in the breaking ground of the future Wyndham Papagayo Yu Resort of Panama Beach at the Papagayo Bay in Guanacaste. The hotel will be the first resort in Costa Rica. The resort will be opened by the end of 2015 and will feature 151 rooms. Just 20 minutes away from Liberia’s Daniel Oduber International Airport, the Wyndham Papagayo Yu Resort will blend with nature and also represent the rich Chorotega culture of Guanacaste. “This new hotel in Costa Rica will allow us to keep showing the excellence of the Wyndham Resorts brand and also Costa Rica, one of the most popular leisure destinations in the world” said Paulo Pena, President and Director of Wyndham Hotels and Resort Group in Latin America. Wyndham Papagayo Yu Resort is the latest international resort that will open in the Guanacaste Province of Costa Rica. By the end of 2014 AM Resorts will open the super deluxe Dreams Las Mareas and in 2015 Melia Paradisus Papagayo Bay and Fen Esplendido Tamarindo Beach will also open its doors in the Golden Coast of Costa Rica.