AMResorts Opens First Secrets Resorts & Spas Hotel in Costa Rica

Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica welcomes first guests, Kevin and Tiffany Ann Conaway of the U.S., joined by Lionel Gómez (far left), General Manager of Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica, and Gino Autiero (far right), AMResorts Vice President of Operations, Central America and the English-speaking Caribbean.

AMResorts, an Apple Leisure Group subsidiary, recently welcomed Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica to its company portfolio. The adults-only resort is now the second AMResorts’ property located in Costa Rica.

The award-winning AMResorts portfolio is currently present in 20 destinations and will total 42 resorts by the end of 2015.

Located on the Papagayo Peninsula, Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica offers 202 luxury rooms, giving adults and couples an "Unlimited-Luxury" getaway in an intimate setting. 

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With the ocean view of the Gulf of Papagayo, guests can enjoy an array of daytime activities, and access to two beaches. 

Guests may partake in world-class sport fishing at the Marina Papagayo or spend a day walking and shopping at Playas del Coco, one of Costa Rica’s most popular beaches.

Resort amenities also include two pools, views of native flora and fauna, miles of Pacific coast beach and a fully-equipped fitness center.

Secrets Spa by Pevonia offers massages, body and facial treatments in 13 treatment rooms and a full-service beauty salon. 

Visit www.secretsresorts.com/papagayo

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