Uvita Hotels

Hotels, resorts, and vacation rentals homes - your guide to accomodations while traveling in Uvita.

The exclusive and luxurious Kura Design Villas rest on an impressive mountain ridge where the lush tropical forest tumbles into the Pacific Ocean. This small scale boutique hotel, in the South Pacific Region, seamlessly melds contemporary architecture with the natural environment to produce a supremely romantic getaway.
Tiki Villas is located within the Southern Pacific region of Costa Rica near the town of Uvita, a few miles south of Dominical. This part of the country is unspoiled and beautiful and draws smaller crowds than some areas to the north.
Manoas Hotel offers supremely comfortable vacation homes that allow guests to get the most out of their wild rainforest surroundings. You can pick your vacation accommodations based on the size of your group, and how close you would like to be to nature.
La Cusinga Lodge is located in the small town of Uvita, along Costa Rica's southern Pacific coast. Laying 11 miles (17 km) south of Dominical, Uvita is less crowded than other beach destinations, but just as charming.
The four-star Cristal Ballena sits on the southern Pacific coast, on Playa Ballena. Here you will find the Ballena Marine National Park, just outside of the small village of Uvita. This breathtaking national park is an important breeding ground for the Humpback Whale and is excellent for turtle watching. This coastal region has outstanding beaches, several of which are situated within the national park.
Oxygen Jungle Villas is located just outside of Uvita, a small and mellow coastal town along the South Pacific Region of Costa Rica. Uvita lacks large crowds and big development, and has an assortment of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy.
The Vista Ballena Hotel is south of Domincal, in the southern Pacific town of Uvita. This part of Costa Rica is most famous for its whale watching tours, but as you’ll see there is an incredible variety of wildlife on land as well.
Hotel Luz de Luna is located along Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast in the town of Uvita. This hotel has cozy rooms, a delicious restaurant, and a small swimming pool.
Cabanas Los Laureles is located in Uvita, a small beach town set in the South Pacific Region of Costa Rica. Uvita is relaxed, lovely, and near the wonderful Marino Ballena National Park.
This hilltop hotel looks out over the fabulous South Pacific landscape. On a trip to this Puntarenas getaway you’ll want to plan your trip around getting the most out of the outdoors. Nearby parks offer plenty of opportunity to see amazing specimens of marine wildlife.
Casa Soulea is a 2-story home nearby some of Costa Rica’s top marine wildlife attractions. Stay here and plan your vacation around some of the country’s top eco-destinations. This casa has 3 bedrooms and enough room for 6 guests.
This is a luxury resort that has dramatic grounds on the edge of the South Pacific. Come here for a relaxing vacation that’s put you in the midst of one of Costa Rica’s prettiest landscapes.
An amazing holiday awaits you and your entire family or group of friends when you choose a private villa in Dominical, Costa Rica’s The Terraces at San Martin. At the beginning and end of each adventurous day, you’ll enjoy space, privacy, and the luxury of feeling like a local—you’re not just going to a hotel suite, you’re going home.
Vista Celestial offers spacious villas near the sleepy town of Uvita, a short distance from one of the most dramatic landscapes on the Guanacaste coast. These villas give you a serene oasis near some of Costa Rica’s best nature tours.
If you want a laid back but jammed packed with fun hotel then Tucan is for you. They offer the best ambiance as well as comfortable beds.
There’s no need to choose between modern amenities, the comfort of feeling at home, and the beauty of nature when you book your own private beach condominium at Élan at Ballena. These accommodations are described by travelers like you as, “...the perfect North American amenities, set in a lush and vibrant Costa Rican forest on the beach.”