Diners Club International covered the Santarena Hotel in its recent “Detour to Paradise” feature, highlighting four travel options ranging from Costa Rica to the coast of Europe. The magazine aims to provide the global citizen with a wide range of travel, dining, products, and services that are among the best the world has to offer.
The article, by Angela Sirch and titled Abstecher in Paradies in the original German release of the magazine, mentions the Archlight Cinema in London, the Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica in the Caribbean, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises on the Baltic and Atlantic coasts of Europe, and Santarena Hotel, offering a brief profile on each.
For Santarena, Sirch first touches on the town and surroundings of the hotel, highlighting the beauty and access to shops and sports provided by the Hotel’s position in Las Catalinas. Against this backdrop, Sirch captures the influences and interiors of the hotel, winding it down as a beautiful and elegant space in an interesting place.
You can read the whole article here or directly in text below.
Las Catalinas has more than 42kms of multi-use single track trails in the 1000 acre tropical dry forest reserve that surrounds the beach town in Costa Rica. Ranging from the lowlands up through the hills to wind alongside the seaside cliffs and then down to the beaches and forest on the back of the ...
Las Catalinas presents three-fold options for travelers as a destination: the cultural and ecological tourism the country’s tourist industry was founded on, a perspective on the New Luxury of pampering through connection, and as a growing trend of sabbatical-style stays. Within this walkable beach ...
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