La Paz Waterfall Gardens
The on-site La Paz Waterfall Gardens contain waterfalls, lush gardens, an aviary, a butterfly observatory, numerous wildlife exhibits, and hummingbird feeders all connected by a unique trail system. Guests of Peace Lodge are invited to enjoy the park before it opens and after it closes (the optimal bird and wildlife viewing times) to the general public. Additional activities from the lodge include exploring Poas Volcano, Doka Coffee Plantation, river-rafting, boat cruise on the Sarapiqui, horseback tours, and the Center for Neotropical Studies.
A warmly-lit reception area is your point of entry to the Peace Lodge and La Paz Waterfall Gardens. As the staff checks you in and carefully points out details on the property map, you can’t help but notice that they are professional but casual at the same time.
Rooms are adorned with rich woods and stone, with fireplaces that give everything a cozy, cabin ambiance. Many guests opt to wake early and watch the sunrise against the misty, mountainous landscape right from their balconies. Enjoy breakfast in the restaurant that overlooks the sprawling reserve, and take a dip in the expansive pool.
Tip: Choosing a Deluxe room or Villa will amp up your experience with spectacular views!
Peace Lodge Rooms
The large rooms at Peace Lodge feature a king size canopy bed viewing a grand fireplace. The bathrooms have an oversized mosaic tiled tub and elaborate waterfall shower. Every room has a private balcony with a hammock. The interior design of the room is only surpassed by the stunning view from the balcony overlooking the La Paz River Valley and Poás Volcano. All rooms at Peace Lodge have satellite television, stereo system, coffee maker, and refrigerator.
Standard Rooms at Peace Lodge accommodate 2 guests. These rooms contain a King-size canopy bed, large gas fireplace, and jacuzzi and hammock on the balcony. The bathroom has a waterfall shower. The interior design of the room is only surpassed by the view from the balcony of the La Paz River Valley and the Poás Volcano.
Deluxe Guest Rooms can accommodate 2 guests. This room is perfect for those who love nature – there is an amazing garden bathroom, including a seven-foot waterfall that falls into the Jacuzzi tub. The indoor landscaping stunningly mixes the rustic with the refined. The room also has a balcony with a second Jacuzzi and a hammock. A large gas fireplace faces the King-size canopy bed.
The Monarch Villa can hold up to 5 guests. This villa contains three fireplaces, a King-size bed in the oversized master bedroom, a queen-size bed and a single bed in the loft. There are two bathrooms, as well as a kitchenette with microwave. Enjoy the luxurious living room and the jacuzzi on the balcony – the views are incomparable!
The Villa Lago at Peace Lodge is perfect for large groups. It contains three bedrooms (a King-size bed, a guest room, and a small bedroom with two single beds). Both bathrooms contain Jacuzzi tubs. The villa has an amazing view of the Lower Trout Lake from the balcony and is near the Big Trout Bar and the Aviary. All bedrooms and the living room have televisions. The kitchen contains a toaster oven as well as standard stove top and oven, and there’s even a washer and dryer in the master closet.
For more on Peace Lodge, don’t miss our blog feature of the La Paz Waterfall Gardens.