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Regent to Open Costa Rica Resort by 2010July 16, 2007 By: Joe Pike Travel Agent
Luxury property to have 150 suites, two private beaches, 15 minutes from airport
Although still about three years away from being open, Travel Agent was recently able to gather information on the Regent Papagayo Bay, a Carlson
hotel, which is due to open in 2010 in the hot destination of Guanacaste, Costa
We spoke with Steve Hedberg, vice president of operations
and implementation for Carlson Hotels, and got some details about the new
luxury property being built in Guanacaste, a
growing in popularity.
It's a mixed-use project that will be a luxury hotel,
condominiums and estate homes as well as a retail village. Hedberg says it
hasn't been determined whether there will be rental units, permanent homes or
both. The hotel, however, will consist of 150 suites with views of
Guanacaste, which is on the west side of Coast Rica, is an area that Hedberg describes as one of the country's up-and-coming destinations.
The nearest airport is in
about 15 to 20 minutes away from where the
Hedberg says VIP car service will be offered to guests of the hotel from the
airport. There are currently direct Delta flights to
The hotel will be built up the hills, so naturally the rooms
located higher up will be the most desired, Hedberg says. However, room
categories and rates haven't been determined yet.
Forming the eastern borders of Guanacaste is a chain of
volcanoes that stretch out to join the Cordillera de Guanacaste and Cordillera
de Tilaran mountain ranges. Hedberg says several active volcanoes will be able
to be seen from the property, which will also have two private beaches.
Hedberg says agents should be targeting all luxury leisure travelers, but primarily
families and couples. However, the resort will also have some meeting space; so
don't discount the business traveler. Although it hasn't been determined,
Hedberg says there might be space for high-end meetings that can accommodate
about 20 to 40 people.
There will be four areas for dining, including a three-meal
restaurant operated by Regent, overlooking
Well-known chef Michael Mina will operate another notable restaurant.
Hedberg says when the property opens, there will be opening
packages and incentives offered for travel agents.
"This is going to be such a great destination for
agents to book for their clients," Hedberg says. "I'm amazed with how
pristine the destination is, although there is a lot of development going on in
Hedberg says agents will receive a 10 percent commission.
Agents looking to track the progress of the
information on the property, should call John Cardona, vice president of hotel
sales for Regent Hotels & Resorts, at 954-940-7342.