Arenal Hills Launches New Rental Program

Arenal Hills, Costa Rica’s vacation home development overlooking the Arenal Volcano in La Fortuna, has announced the launch of its new rental program. Located among  rainforests, rivers and mountains, eight homes are currently available for rent, with more than 100 villas slated for Arenal Hills’ rental program in the near future.

According to Gerald Baum, CEO of Costa Rica Land Capital Partners, and sole owner of Arenal Hills, renters will also be able to make use of the variety of exclusive amenities offered to Arenal Hills residents, such as Club Vida and Club Lago. Situated in a gated community, Arenal Hills offers residents fully furnished villas with private waterfall pools, onsite concierge services, 24-hour security, and golf carts to drive around the property. Additionally, at Club Vida, guests can swim in free-form pools, work out in the state-of-the-art fitness center or dine while enjoying scenic views. 

Views of the Arenal Volcano from the gated community
Views of the Arenal Volcano from the gated community (Arenal Hills)

The lush surroundings throughout the Arenal Hills community are the vision and creation of a team of architects, engineers and landscape experts. Located two hours from the San Jose airport, the villas at Arenal Hills provide an authentic Costa Rican experience with custom-built furnishings and interiors created by craftsmen using native hardwoods and marble harvested from the mountains of Peru. Ranging from 2,800 to 4,800 square feet, each villa comes fully stocked with linens, towels, kitchen items, toiletries and more. The prime location of Arenal Hills also provides vacationers a range of experiences including hiking or zip-lining in tropical forests, encounters with wildlife including monkeys and sloths, and the opportunity to connect with local culture in the city of La Fortuna.

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