St. Valentine’s Day is not only a time for cards, flowers, candy and dinners. It also is time for romantic getaways. With spring at our doorstep, why not escape to Caribbean Costa Rica for a romantic vacation on the beach in the rainforest.
With dozens of flights to Costa Rica available from the U.S., Canada and Europe, getting to Costa Rica is easier than ever. Come enjoy the fun-in-the-sun Caribbean lifestyle at the best value travel destination for 2016, resting in luxury at one of the best Costa Rica luxury hotels: Hotel Le Caméléon.
Picture yourself lounging on a day bed under shady palm trees with soft white sand and the brilliant turquoise Caribbean Sea just steps away. Order a frosty fruit cocktail from your waiter, or nip up to the bar at the Le Caméléon Beach Club for some social time and a quick bite to eat. Go for a swim in the pool and cool water Jacuzzi, or get a couple’s massage in the spa. Elegant dining in the balmy tropical nights can be had at Le Numu Restaurant at Hotel Le Caméléon. In the area, you can see sloths, go snorkeling, learn how to make chocolate – there is so much to do in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica.
Call it jungle love in the rainforest by the beach at Playa Cocles, just south of Puerto Viejo, at this Enchanting Hotel of Costa Rica. Take advantage of the Hotel Le Caméléon special offer of 20% off all rates midweek from Sundays to Thursdays during February and March. Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, you have the makings of fun Caribbean spring holidays in Costa Rica.
On Feb. 14 you can dine romantically Under the Stars at Hotel Le Caméléon’s special Valentine’s Day dinner from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the Le Caméléon Beach Club at Playa Cocles. The three-course gourmet dinner features such mouthwatering specialties as Lobster Thermidor, beef tenderloin in a truffle demi-glace, Portobello mushrooms in a red wine and garlic sauce, and chicken breast in a champagne, lime and herb sauce. Dinner is $50 per person (taxes included). You can make reservations by calling +506 2750+0501, or email [email protected]
Article by Shannon Farley