|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
We are the Onsite Property and Rental Managers for this home, so you have come to the right listing for the best information on this beautiful vacation villa! Spaciously spread out over 8,500 square feet, Villa Paraiso is perfect for larger groups of friends and family, entertaining, and special events. The home’s exterior offers generous outdoor terraces with extended views of the coastline-an incredible place to watch the sunset! There is a 75 feet long infinity edge pool to cool off and relax in, and an outdoor grill area. Monkeys, sloths, toucans, iguanas and many other rainforest animals also enjoy their stay at our villa!
Fully staffed with dedicated Housekeeper and Groundskeeper and located within a private gated community, guests of the beautiful Villa Paraiso are assured privacy, luxury and a peaceful stay, in an easily accessible area with paved roads and ample parking for guests. The 5 bedrooms are each well-appointed with luxury bedding, beautiful views and privacy. Previously featured in “Su Casa” magazine, Costa Rica´s Leading Architectural Digest, Villa Paraiso feels like what an authentic, Costa Rican, tropical, rainforest home should feel like!
We know that you will be in awe of our beautiful villa and we can't wait to share it with you!
Villa Paraiso has been managed by Donielle Fish of Costa Rica First Class Villas since the home completed construction in 2009. Since the first day the home was inaugurated, it has been a place of relaxation and incredible memories as much for it's owners, as for the many a group of happy travelers who have visited! The villa staff is experienced and take personal pride in caring for the villa on a daily basis and sharing their passion for Costa Rica, as well as for passing on their best travel advice, local secrets, and fun itinerary ideas for your vacation!
Donielle Fish purchased this villa in 2009
It really does look like the photos!! Villa Paraiso is Impeccably cared for, provides incredible comforts and an abundant and lively surrounding nature. Our on-site property manager and concierge as well as villa staff will make sure your vacation is just how you envision it. You will be amazed by this villa from the moment you arrive!
Great location and phenomenal coastal views as well as ample rainforest for animal observing! No need to navigate pot-holed, gravel, steep, one-way driveways or roads to get here. Easy walking distance to shops, restaurants and the bus stop.
What a wonderful place to stay while in Costa Rica. The house is remarkable and easily handled our party of 10. We loved heading out in the morning on tours however, we looked forward to returning to the house in the late afternoon to enjoy our time in the pool and outside around the pool. The chef handled our dinners each night and wow, we were spoiled. The presentation and the quality of the food were both incredible. My entire family looked forward to gathering around the large dinning room table for evening meals because they were excited to see the presentation of the food by the chef. The rest of the staff at the house made the vacation wonderful. This is the house to stay in when visiting the area.
Manuel Antonio/Quepos drapes itself across a tropical inlet surrounded by primary rainforest and an extensive coastline with abounding beaches. Formally mangrove vegetation, Quepos was originally inhabited by the Quepoa Indians, who demised in the late 1800´s. Gradually the mangroves gave way to infrastructure as the development of banana plantations in the area, and later African palms, led to Quepos coming to prominence as a port town. Despite limited accessibility to the area, by the 1960s word of the natural beauty within the region had begun to spread, attracting adventurous travelers, surfers, and sport fishing captains, including the Captain Bill Gannon who helped spearhead Costa Rica's catch and release program.
Established in 1972, the Manuel Antonio National Park remains Costa Rica's smallest, yet the diversity of wildlife within its borders are unequaled. With 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds, National Geographic has recognized the zone as one of the most biologically diverse in the world. The beautiful beaches, tropical rainforests and incredible variety of wildlife attract sun-lovers, nature enthusiasts, deep-sea fishermen and those seeking adventure and relaxation alike.
Today, as a year-round tourism destination, Quepos fills to the brim with families, fishermen, honeymooners, surfers, eco-tourists, and jet-setters alike. The friendly locals are tremendous hosts of their culture, going out of their way to make sure everyone has a good time. The Quepos town centre consists of about a six-block square of restaurants, bars, hotels, bakeries, clothing and book stores, art galleries and gift shops. Quepos is linked to the Manuel Antonio National Park and public beach area by a main road, between which, locals and visitors can find just about everything. Bio-corridors, known locally as 'monkey highways', run throughout the area, allowing monkeys to travel safely up and down the coast along linked rope systems.
Now home to an increasingly international community, visitors often purchase homes to enjoy the quality lifestyle and tranquil environment, year after year.
The area offers a rich variety of leisure pursuits including community events, water sports, sailing, fishing, fine dining, conservation projects, and outdoor activities.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$1,000|
50% of total reservation shall be rendered within 5 days of contract issue. Remaining balance is due 30 days prior to check-in date. Holiday stays shall be paid in full 60 days prior to check-in.
No refunds are provided. We agree to reschedule reservations within 12 months of original check-in provided that re-schedule request is submitted at least 60 days prior to check-in date or deposit is lost