Hostels In Manuel Antonio

10 Hostels in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
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Selina Manuel Antonio
Hostel- 0.84km from city centre
Selina Manuel Antonio will bring you a unique Central American experience!
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Teva Jungle Hotel and Hostel
Hostel- 0.54km from city centre
Teva Jungle Hotel and Hostel is brand new and full of adventure! Best for nature, hiking, socializing, relaxing, and delicious food.
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Hostel Plinio
Hostel- 1.71km from city centre
Welcome to the Hostel Plinio in Manuel Antonio.
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Planet B Hostel
Hostel- 1.45km from city centre
Located 1.9 km from La Macha Beach, Planet B Hostel features accommodation with a garden, a terrace and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Our hostel is a great location to experience all the wonders that the area offers.
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Blue Morpho House Hostel
Hostel- 0.29km from city centre
Stay at Blue Morpho House Hostel, where you can unwind and experience the beauty of Manuel Antonio in a peaceful and inviting setting.
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Hostel Manuel Antonio
7.4Very Good
Hostel- 0.1km from city centre
Hostel Manuel Antonio is a family owned and operated hostel. This is why we try to make you feel at home.
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Hospedaje Doña Ana
Hostel- 2.14km from city centre
Hospedaje Doña Ana is located in Manuel Antonio and within 6 km of Espadilla Sur.
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Hotel La Colina
Hotel- 0.45km from city centre
Hotel La Colina will bring you the very best of Manuel Antonio and Costa Rica
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Millenium Hotel - Manuel Antonio
7.8Very Good
Hotel- 2.22km from city centre
Millenium Hostels - Manuel Antonio will make your stay in Costa Rica unforgettable.
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Villas In Sueño Private Jungle Villas
Bed and Breakfast- 1.96km from city centre
Villas In Sueño Private Jungle Villas, features a beautiful jungle/city view with a mountainous backdrop. All units include queen size beds, fast internet access, and private baths with hot showers.
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About Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio is a small village on Costa Rica's western coast. It may be tiny, but this little gem has dense rainforest, a lively atmosphere and impressive biodiversity to spare. The nearby National Park of the same name is home to several species of monkey, brightly coloured birds and sun-lazy iguanas. Its location by the turquoise waters of the Pacific makes it a great place to taste some of the freshest seafood around. 

You can stay in a Manuel Antonio hostel with a pool, or one visited by adorable titi monkeys. There's a hostel with a roof deck, giving panoramic views of the coast. For a peaceful retreat, choose a hostel surrounded by jungle, or pick a place in the town centre to be in the heart of the hustle and bustle. Lots of Manuel Antonio hostels have air con so you can beat the heat, and some have on-site bars where you'll get to know fellow travellers. 

The town of Manuel Antonio is a delicate balance between untamed nature and human development. Lively bars and restaurants serve cuisine from around the world, while birds and monkeys can be spotted outside. It's a perfect base for exploring the national park and paradise beaches, with fun nightlife to come back to. Nearby Quepos is famous for its sport fishing, and it has a booming nightlife scene too. You'll find mangrove islands around Isla Damas, and a day trip to Dominical takes you to see the Nauyaca Waterfalls.

Manuel Antonio National Park is the jewel in the region's crown. It contains three white-sand beaches where you can sunbathe, snorkel or surf. They're well-known for their particularly colourful sunsets, too. With tours of the protected jungle you can spot plants and creatures you might not notice otherwise, including sloths and scampering agoutis. View the ocean part of the park on a catamaran cruise – these have a party atmosphere, and some even have trampolines and slides for jumping into the sea.

Quepos La Managua Airport is the closest place to fly into, though you'll need to catch a connection at a domestic airport first. Once you land, you're a 15-minute taxi ride from town. You can also get a bus from San José, the capital of Costa Rica, for around 8 USD, or a shuttle bus with air con for 45 USD. Local buses will take you to the other towns in the area, or you could rent a bike or scooter – just remember that the terrain is hilly.


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