x The average starting price for a place to stay in Tamarindo is £44 per night.
On the road to Tamarindo, La JosefinaOutstanding 100%
calle guanacaste 100m oeste de banco national aExcellent 93%
150m Nordeste del Hotel PasatiempoExcellent 91%
eleanor.me This hostel is quite small and very low-key, if that's what you're looking for. The rooms were great with A/C (extra) and ceiling fan and clean bathrooms; hot showers were not-so-hot, but the water was definitely warm enough. The kitchen is a little small, but we didn't cook, so it worked out. The owners/managers which were there during our stay were so nice and accommodating, especially with our late check-out. There are also a couple of amazing restaurants on the same street, too which was convenient (Dragon Fly and La Baula). Would totally recommend it.
Calle Principal contiguo Alamo Rent a CarExcellent 90%
tara_petru Great Location, Right across from the beach. My bathroom looked like a murder took place there at some point. Its not the cleanest place ever but for the price you cant beat it. Make sure to walk down the long sidewalk next door to see the monkeys!
Calle Langosta, 200m North from the beach 20m North from Kahiki Restaurant.Excellent 90%
minehaha.cebria Everbody is friendly in this place. I had such a wonderful time there. I recommend this place esp if you're a solo traveller.
200 m east of PasatiempoVery Good 77%
MarceloC I just came back two weeks ago, i stayed there for three day's and it was very cool.it's nice and clean , i payed 30-35$ for my room (17 000 colones)with air conditionning (very cool) the lady that own's the place is very nice...because you can negotiate with her for the price of the stay.it's a five minute walk to the beach from there.
Tamarindo, Santa Cruz, Guanacaste Diagonal a Plaza Conchal0 0%
Tamarindo down town, Next to the Bac San Jose, Pla Tamarindo beach, Santa Cruz0 0%
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