We traveled to the Caribbean Zone to enjoy its culture and also its beautiful beaches. We were looking for tasting real rice and beans with coconut milk in a local restaurant. We also wanted to appreciate a wonderful twilight in a relaxed environment. This was some of what we were looking for while visiting this zone.
One part of this trip was to know in the same place Le Caméléon Hotel, situated at Puerto Viejo’s locality. It is also very near to the famous Cocles Beach, an attractive place lost into a real rain forest.
This minimalist hotel made us rest, forgetting the city’s noise and bustle. This is because its comfort and privacy could invite you to stay in your room, thinking immediately about a room service to have dinner.
Another detail that caught our attention was the silence and tranquility that are perceived in this hotel due to the fact that its style is not massive: they do not have many guests. This means that the little sound you could hear is the mix of the sound produced by the own local fauna and some downpours that are typical of the Caribbean weather.
Le Caméléon has its own private Beach Club. The best of it is that it is very near to the rooms, because you go across the street and you arrive right there, at the beachfront. In the same way, it offers a Jungle Spa with a wide treatment variety.
We must talk about the delicious breakfast that we ate the next morning. Our eyesight and our palate were keen on the guest assistance and the food presentation, because we chose to ask for the Costa Rican typical breakfast: gallo pinto, eggs, cheese, and obviously, a good coffee with very fresh handmade bread.
We loved the Caribbean Zone’s detail that the different beaches like Cahuita, Gandoca, Bonita, Manzanillo, Cocles, and many others are all together like in a line. They are connected among them and we can access to them easily. You can visit all of them almost the same day. For this reason, we recommend you to take some snaks and drinks with you, into your travel bag to enjoy your day the best you can do, if one of the beaches invites you to stay more time on it. You can also visit one of the local restaurants that offer a wide Caribbean Food variety. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/lecameleonhotel/