Hotel Nautilus is found in Santa Teresa, a leisurely beach town along the Nicoya Peninsula where visitors can enjoy surfing, scuba diving and more.
Santa Teresa, with its broad white sand beaches and thickly forested hills, will delight all who visit. Of its many standout qualities, its consistently good swells are perhaps the best known, and in town there are plenty of shops that rent or sell surf gear. Snorkeling can be enjoyed near Tortuga Island, where a huge amount of marine species – including stingrays, dolphins, octopus, sharks and more – can be seen. Horseback rides along the beach are always a hit, as are canopy tours in the nearby town of Mal Pais. Not surprisingly, however, many visitors are content to simply sit along the beach and watch the ocean roll in.
Sophisticated yet simple, Hotel Nautilus offers guests the winning combination of modern accommodations in an exotic environment. The hotel’s design is relaxing, incorporating soft lighting, wooden furniture, and refined decorations to keep the mood mellow. It’s a short, three-minute walk to the beach from the hotel; however, there is also a chic onsite swimming pool for guests to cool off in.
Each suite is fully contained with everything needed while on vacation. All include a fully equipped kitchen, which makes it easy to cook at home or prepare snacks for the beach. Also included are private bathrooms, hot water showers, ample storage space, and wireless internet. The bedrooms are spacious and clean, and equipped with beds that are both comfortable and inviting. Each suite also has its own private terrace that opens onto a beautiful tropical garden.
The owners of Hotel Nautilus take pride in their hotel and work hard to ensure that their guests have a pleasant time. They are well connected in town and can help arrange tours, dining, and more.
Bedrooms: 2, 1 King bed
1 King bed
Feedback from Travelers
Nautilus was a comfortable hotel, and it was nice to have a kitchen and living room area with strong air conditioning, as well as a private deck to lounge around upon. We had a problem with an ant infestation in one of the bathrooms, and they fixed the problem and provided a couple of free beers since we had the problem. Overall the rooms were clean and comfortable for the four days we stayed there. We felt very safe and welcome during our stay in Santa Teresa. Suggestions: a) We ended up renting ATV's for one day and just riding around the area. For once - the rough, bumpy roads were a benefit since they made the ride a lot more fun. For more adventuresome travelers with an open day on their itinerary, you may want to suggest this. b) Mal Pais/Santa Teresa is pretty much cash-only, and one day when we visited the ATM it was out of cash. May want to let travels know so they come to the area with plenty of cash.
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- Trevor S.
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