Andaz Costa Rica Resort at Peninsula Papagayo Unveils New Villas

by Anthony Losanno
Andaz Costa Rica

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I’ll be staying at the Andaz Costa Rica Resort at Peninsula Papagayo in a few weeks. Yesterday, the resort announced that its 25 new villas were opening along with a reimagined restaurant, Ostra, and a newly-opened beach club called Casa de Playa.

A new hillside neighborhood has been added to the resort with these new villas. Costa Rican architect, Ronald Zürcher, designed the residential villas with local art and to tak advantage of the expansive views. Guests staying in one- and two-bedroom villas will have a large, private plunge pool on their terraces. Two- and three-bedroom penthouses feature covered rooftop terraces, open-air living rooms, plunge pools, and daybeds.

Andaz Villa 2

Villa guests have access to elevated culinary offerings, including an array of chef-curated market-fresh baskets and a complimentary afternoon aperitivo delivered to the villa. In addition, guests will have exclusive access to breakfast at Ostra and priority dinner reservations there. The recently opened beach club, Casa de Playa, will provide guests with an elevated pool and beach experience. It will be completed in February 2024 along with the opening of the adjacent Meso restaurant.

Andaz Costa Rica 3

While I won’t be staying in a villa, I am excited for my reservation and the World of Hyatt points redemption that I booked. The resort has 152 guest rooms, including 21 suites and 25 Andaz Residences. Guests have access to three secluded beaches, four pools, four restaurants, and a wellness programming at ONDA Spa.

Anthony’s Take: The resort looks gorgeous and I have heard great things from others that have stayed there. I’ll have a full review next month.

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theboywanderz2 January 19, 2024 - 3:39 pm

I’ve stayed and it’s a fantastic place. Be careful on beach – there is an abundance of sea urchins and while they try to manage by manually dredging the area most would wade in, it’s very possible to step on (learned this first hand). Most people seems to just use pool. But the hotel has a lot of wildlife, including infamous howler monkeys, iguanas, raccoons,etc. Rooms and views can be just spectacular.


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