Rooms and Hotels in Uvita and the surrounding area
Costa Rica´s South Pacific Coastal Region and Costa Ballena accommodations offer it all, from a luxury hotel and rental villas to ecolodges and simple "cabinas" (Spanish word used for shared accommodations, usually for four+ people).
Nearly all of the hotels in Uvita or establishments are very proud of their amazing ocean views and amenities, from on-site restaurants to infinity swimming pools, alongside WiFi connections on your private balcony and Spa services offered in the comfort of your own room. If the hotels in Uvita does not offer an ocean view, it will surely be embedded in the middle of the mountains or the jungle, which allows you to listen to the sounds of nature, such as howler monkeys or toucans nearby. Read more about Uvita >>>
Vista Ballena Hotel
Cristal Ballena Boutique Hotel and Spa
The hotel offers all services and facilities for a perfect beach, adventure and nature vacation.
Enjoy fine dining at the gourmet restaurant, relax by the bar next to the large swimming pool, explore the trails or walk through the manicured tropical gardens with exotic birds.
7km south Uvita, Costa Rica
+ (506) 2786-5354 Ext. 205
Uvita in Bahía Ballena South Pacific Costa Rica, is developing by leaps and bounds. This multicultural community has become an important commercial and business center in the midst of the most beautiful scenery.
You will find amazing tours, sophisticated gourmet restaurants and cozy eateries with typical food, hotels with all facilities, cabins, and eco-lodges with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, as well as banks, supermarkets, hardware stores, pharmacies, car repair shops, information centers, beauty salons, and real estate offices.
Once you settle at your place of choice, what are you planning on doing with so much sunshine and tropical beauty? We suggest you explore!
Visit Marino Ballena National Park. The famous Whale’s Tail is located at Punta Uvita, with a length of about 2296 feet and a width of 820 feet, it is the world’s third-largest sandbank. During the low tide, you can walk to its very end.
Visit our Uvita Section for more information, experiences, maps and photos of the area.