What is a villa? What type of building is this?
Villa de la Luna sits two-thirds up the side of a mountain. This luxurious villa looks like a large private home. Villa de la Luna was designed to the following specifications:
- Each bedroom has its own sliding french doors opening onto a 12′ balcony, and a tiled bathroom/shower.
- Each room was constructed with 8″ and 10″ cement walls, floors, and ceilings to ensure much quieter rooms than you might find in a home or hotel.
- Staff quarters, kitchen, dining, and laundry are separated from the private guest bedrooms.
- Villa de la Luna offers privacy and luxury, nestled in an exotic Costa Rican paradise.
- Villa de la Luna includes its own private infinity pool, available for your use only, any hour of the day.
- When you stay at our villa, relax by the pool, swim, or dance under the stars, you are not forced to live for a week with persons unknown to your group. You and your invitees have the entire villa for your exclusive private use and pleasure.
- You will experience all the comforts of a luxury hotel with your own personal cook, house boy, and continual maid service.
- Enjoy three gourmet meals prepared for you each day – our kitchen and bar are fully stocked for your enjoyment.
- A Shuttle to and from the airport, only 20 minutes away, is available for $35.
Is the Villa safe?
How many people can your villa accommodate?
Is the house on the beach?
Is it safe and easy to walk to the beach?
Is there transportation available to and from Liberia Airport?
Should we tip our villa staff?
Do you have a telephone?
What beers are available at the villa?
Can you arrange deep sea fishing trips and tours?
What is the beach sand like?
What Airport would we fly into?
Is is hard to find a day spa or massage?
Are tennis courts available?
What should we pack?
- Bring a legal passport, not expired. Make a copy and leave it the copy at home.
- Any other necessary personal items.
- Extra film
- A pencil and small notebook are handy for jotting down information
- A small Calculator for quick conversions (local currency is “Colones”, but most stores and vendors accept American dollars).
- Light weight long pants
- Long sleeved shirt
- Sweater / windbreaker / light weight poncho
- Insect repellent, although insects are not a big problem
- Lightweight day-pack for outings
- Light weight cotton clothing
- Hiking shoes / comfortable stable shoes
- Snorkeling/scuba equipment
- Quality waterproof sun screen (min. 15 SPF for protection from our tropical sun)
- Sun glasses with UV protection
Some items may not be available for purchase in the local area. Bring anything important with you.
What documents are required to enter Costa Rica?
- A pre-paid airline ticket to exit Costa Rica (either to return to your country or to go to another country)
- A passport valid for at least 90 days*
*Your passport can expire no earlier than ninety days from the date that you arrive in Costa Rica. US/Canadian photo identification and original birth or naturalization certificates are no longer accepted at any Costa Rican Immigration port of entry.