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Hotels JW Marriott Guanacaste

The JW Marriott Costa Rica at Hacienda Pinilla

At Hacienda Pinilla you will find the JW Marriott Guanacaste, Costa Rica’s only JW Marriott Resort. Located directly on Hacienda Pinilla’s Mansita Beach, this luxury beachfront resort features 316 guest rooms and suites, the largest pool in Central America, a spa, meeting rooms and multiple dining options. At the JW Marriott Guanacaste you’ll discover a unique hacienda-style resort experience combined with seclusion, beauty and top-notch services all with a Costa Rican flair.

While visiting the JW Marriott Resort and Spa let the kids stay entertained at the hotel’s ‘Kid’s Club’ as you enjoy an exotic drink on Mansita Beach. Splash in the sprawling outdoor pool, the largest in Central America, or rejuvenate at the Marriott’s luxurious Spa, ranked one of the top 5 in Latin America. The comfort of the resort extends to the spacious guest rooms and suites. All 316 rooms feature luxurious bedding and bath amenities as well as a private balcony or terrace.

Spoil yourself with culinary delights at one of the JW Marriott’s 5 restaurants. Most restaurants offer al fresco dining and many have spectacular views of the resort or beach. Enjoy a casual lunch at Azul Pool bar, Italian fare at the Azul Grill, or Asian-Fusion cuisine at Tamarine. Sabaneros is an exquisite Costa Rica steakhouse, serving the best international and domestic beef cuts. Mansitas serves up international fare and you’ll find casual, light-bites at the Nao lobby bar. The JW Marriott Resort and Spa at Hacienda Pinilla offers another great destination resort within the gates of Hacienda Pinilla.

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The resort is near active volcanoes and a thriving rainforest in the only country to meet all five criteria to determine environmental sustainability.  There are green, gray, and black sands (consisting of lava fragments) of interest to the local area. The resort is 30 minutes from the airport in the closest major city of Liberia. It has been reported that 5% of the world’s biodiversity resides in Costa Rica amongst the 25% of the land that is protected from human activity.