Hy Paradise Inn is a budget-friendly hotel perched high upon a hill overlooking the beautiful jungle, centrally located on the main road between Manuel Antonio and Quepos, on Costa Rica's Central Pacific coast. Guests of Babaloo will enjoy amenities such as a swimming pool, free phone calls to U.S. and Canada, and tropical gardens.
The Manuel Antonio area offers plenty of activities such as an ATV Offroad Adventure, The Canopy Zipline tour, Canyoning and Waterfall Rappelling down rainforest waterfalls, a Parasailing Adventure, and Horseback riding on the Beach. A visit to The Manuel Antonio National Park is not to be overlooked. From the hotel it is only a short 3-minute ride to the National park. Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the smaller parks in Costa Rica, however in terms of biodiversity it certainly is not. The park is full with wildlife such as monkeys, sloths, toucans and parrots. Besides that, this park is also home to one of the most stunning beaches in Costa Rica. Nature lovers will enjoy the diversity and sheer beauty that Manuel Antonio National Park offers.
Though there are plenty of activities available in the Manuel Antonio area, you may prefer to chill at the pool at Hy Paradise Inn. You may also want to sit back and enjoy the jungle view, trying to spot birds and other animals. Meanwhile you can stay connected as the Inn offers wireless internet service.
The rooms at Hy Paradise Inn include Garden Double Rooms with Trundle bed, Queen Jungle Views, and King Suites.
The Garden Double and Trundle Bed Room features air conditioning, ceiling fans, cable television, coffee service, beach and pool towels, balcony, WiFi internet connection, and free phone calls to United States and Canada. In addition to the double bed, there is also a single bed with a trundle bed underneath that can be pulled out.
Latitude: N 9° 24' 41.09"
Longitude: W 84° 9' 17.53"
We were in the less expensive room which had a few imperfections such as the sliding windows which were unhinged. We walked a lot from the Hy Paradise, to Playa Beizan (spelled?) and walked back from Manuel Antonio park. Narrow road in places but we both like the joy of occasionally getting off the tour bus and seeing real (non tourist) people . The staff was VERY good. The small bathing pool was wonderful at days' end. The receptionist was wonderful, and the cleaning lady very friendly and hard working. We would definitely stay there again. Close enough to walk to Emilos and other restaurants.