x The average starting price for a place to stay in Fortuna, Alajuela is £47 per night.
2 km west of Fortune Park road to Volcan, z-13Excellent 90%
100 m al Oeste de la Plaza de La FortunaAwesome 89%
tero.toivo Very good location in the town's center. Friendly staff, good laundry service. Some rooms have great view to the volcano Arenal. Cold shower water, though. Overall, quite good.
Del Banco De Costa Rica 50 meters east of Central Park, Main StreetAwesome 88%
ericdavis60 Carmin and Ellaine are great and very attentive to making your visit enjoyable. Clean rooms off main street of La Fortuna. Just far enough from town center to be relaxed. Simple but tasty breakfast with fresh fruit, eggs, gallo pinto, bread, and coffee every morning. Good value. Ask for room #9 if available. Pura Vida!
400 Este del BCR, La Fortuna 200 Oeste de la Bomba la CristalinGreat 84%
125 oeste del parque central La Fortuna San CarlosGreat 83%
21007 Next to adobe rent a car, La FortunaGreat 81%
teruelle Cabinas Lupita is awesome! Definitely worth the bargain price! Lupita and her staff are friendly and welcoming, the rooms are private and VERY clean, and the place is about 5 minutes away from the heart of La Fortuna and within easy (walking) access to all amenities! We'll definitely be back!!! :) Rhon and Heidi
175 mts norte del Banco Nacional de Costa Rica La Fortuna de San CarlosGreat 80%
150M Norte del parque de la Fortuna San CarlosGreat 80%
La Fortuna Centro, San CarlosGreat 80%
Route 142, 1km from La Fortuna de San CarlosVery Good 78%
svibse Really nice hotel, where you can watch the birds all morning while you eat a great breakfast. Really good value for money. You will need a taxi/your own wheels to get to La Fortuna, but taxies are inexpensive.
100 metros sur y 100 metros este del Parque de La One block south of gas stationVery Good 75%
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