Hotel Bristol Aeropuerto is located in Alajuela, only a few minutes from the Juan Santamaría International Airport. This area, situated in Costa Rica’s Central Valley, is an ideal place to stay during your first or last night in the country.
- 2:00 p.m. check in
- 11:00 a.m. check out
- Free Breakfast
- Swimming Pool
- Wireless Internet
Lying only 20 minutes from the capital city of San José, Alajuela is in fact the second largest city in Costa Rica. It has several points of interest, including an outdoor Saturday market, a mango-lined central park, and a 19th century cathedral. Zoos and butterfly gardens can be toured in the area surrounding the city, and trips to the nearby Poás and Irazu volcanoes can be arranged as well. The city offers an assortment of amenities and services, including shops, restaurants, bars, discos and more.
With a flowering garden, beautiful wooden furniture, and lots of open-air spaces, the atmosphere at Bristol Aeropuerto is warm and peaceful. A swimming pool sits surrounded by an oasis of vegetation, while the reception area is set in an artfully restored Costa Rican home.
The rooms are spacious and elegantly decorated with rich wooden furniture, colorful tiled floors, and ample windows. Each includes ceiling fan, private hot water bathroom, cable TV and wireless internet. Additionally there are fully furnished apartments that can house up to five people. A free continental breakfast of eggs and fresh fruit is served every morning.
The amiable staff at Bristol Aeropuerto is happy to help, and is fluent in Spanish and English. Tour and car rental information is available at the front desk.
Very nice welcoming hotel close to San Jose airport. Nice rooms with comfortable beds. Friendly, helpful staff. Just what we were looking for on our first and last nights in Costa Rica. Good value.
A perfect place to stay after a long flight and late arrival time. Staff was very friendly and the breakfast was delicious.
This hotel did not have any street appeal, I was a bit worried when our taxi drove up to the hotel, but once inside the gates it was actually quit nice. It was pretty far from amenities but we were able to order dinner right at the hotel so it all worked out well.