Costa Rica's Villa Buena Onda Adds New Oasis Suite

Courtesy of Villa Buena Onda

Villa Buena Onda, an adults-only, 10,000 square-foot, villa-style hotel located in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica, has opened a new suite, named the Oasis Suite, making it the largest room at VBO.

Formerly a Garden Room, the new Oasis Suite has a hidden, 43-inch UHD Smart TV, private outdoor dining patio and outdoor shower, a live ‘Green Wall’ with Chile Dulce, Tomato and Albahaca plants and an ocean view from the upper deck.

In late 2016, VBO also added a new Master Suite, Yoga Deck and Spa. The Yoga Deck serves as a place for a daily practice. During the dry season, the hotel offers private dinners on the deck. Secreto Spa offers up a variety of treatments including the signature Secreto's Facial, Secreto's Lovers Package and Secretolux Manicure & Pedicure.

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Sitting upon two-and-a-half acres of dry tropical forest and located just 25 minutes from the Liberia Airport, VBO features private guestrooms and fresh cuisine made-to-order daily.

Namu Travel, which operates Villa Buena Onda, is a Central American travel company specializing in personalized, boutique vacations to Costa Rica, Panama and Nicaragua. The company includes Costa Rican Vacations, Panama Vacations, Nicaragua Vacations and Costa Rica Fishing Vacations and Villa Buena Onda. Namu's staff comes from all corners of the world.

For more information, visit https://www.villabuenaonda.com/

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