May 2 - May 3
Hotels in Rio Claro start at $329 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
If you find yourself trekking through South Pacific Coast and feel like having a look around in Rio Claro, there are a small number of hotels. With 2 accommodations on Travelocity within a 6-mile (10-kilometer) sweep of the city center, it should be easy to find a place that ticks all your boxes.
You could investigate the Lapa Rios Eco Lodge and the Esquinas Rainforest Lodge. The Lapa Rios Eco Lodge can be found 25 miles (38 kilometers) away from the middle of Rio Claro. The Esquinas Rainforest Lodge, is situated 9 miles (15 kilometers) away. The Hotel Casa Roland Golfito Resort and the Agua Dulce Beach Resort are some alternative accommodation options in Rio Claro.
Puerto Jimenez is 20 miles (35 kilometers) to the southwest of Rio Claro and features Puerto Jimenez Pier and Corcovado National Park Office. When you want to stay in Puerto Jimenez, be sure to check out the Iguana Lodge & Spa Beach Resort and Blue Osa Yoga Retreat & Spa. Or, you could consider staying in San Vito, 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the northeast of Rio Claro, where you can pick from the Las Cruces Biological Station and Cascata Del Bosco. The Wilson Botanical Garden and Dante Alighieri Cultural Center are other frequented attractions to check out when you're in San Vito.
Tobias Bolanos International Airport is a primary airport for those flying into and leaving Rio Claro. You can find it 110 miles (185 kilometers) from the town center. For travelers who have plans to stay close by, have a look at Real InterContinental Costa Rica at Multiplaza Mall or Costa Rica Marriott Hotel San Jose.