Starting at $50 per night


Casa Batsu is a perfect lodge for families, couples, and backpackers looking to explore the Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica. This hotel offers a superb location, spacious rooms, exotic gardens, helpful hotel staff, excellent cuisine, and a peaceful vibe. Apart from the trustworthy staff, Pacific Trade Winds and Casa Batsu can help you plan a great vacation full of adventure. A bed and breakfast style hotel, Casa Batsu welcomes all its guests with open arms. Lodge amenities include a restaurant, trails, tropical gardens, on-site coffee plantation, and WiFi internet service.

Considered an adventure playground of Central America’s, Costa Rica, Monteverde offers dozens of activities for visitors to take advantage of.  If your looking for a thrill, then try zip-lining, canyoning, ATV riding, or bungee jumping.  Those looking for a more relaxed tour will enjoy the numerous wildlife tours or a walk through the butterfly garden.

With home cooked meals provided on a regular basis, you’ll be able to experience Costa Rica like a true local at Casa Batsu.  The policy of “Mi casa es su casa” (My house is your house) is definitely present when you stay at Casa Batsu, which is one of the reasons so many guests leave with raving positivity.

Several different options of accommodation can be found at Casa Batsu, from the standard room to an entire villa, each including a traditional Tico breakfast.

The Los Toledos Room offers tranquility and a romantic atmosphere. Ideal for couples, the room offers a television, hammock and uniquely decorated stone bathroom.

La Mariposa Room is spacious and includes a glass enclosed terrace with hammock, table and chairs. The room has two beds which are separated by a door. It also includes a television, mini-fridge, and a large uniquely decorated stone bathroom.

El Colibri Room is similar to an apartment. It offers two bedrooms in addition to a social area, breakfast bar, television, kitchenette, sofa and refrigerator.

Full Villa is perfect for families. It includes four bedrooms, a kitchen, two terraces, television and two bathrooms.  Having the privacy of your own villa really pays off, especially if you are vacationing with your family, no cramped hotel rooms here!

Casa Batsu is a best fit for couples and families that want to be immersed in nature, but keep the comforts of a nice hotel.  All rooms are comfortable and the atmosphere of the hotel is very authentic.  Don’t spend your vacation at a busy beach resort when you can have a traditional Tico experience at Casa Batsu!

Hotel Tags

  • Budget
  • Midrange
  • Eco Style
  • Family
  • Bed And Breakfast

Hotel Amenities

  • Breakfast
  • Trails
  • Gardens
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Wifi Free

Room Amenities

El Colibri Room

  • Mini Fridge
  • Coffee Service
  • Kitchenette
  • Sitting Area
  • Two Bedrooms

Full Villa

  • Mini Fridge
  • Hair Dryer
  • Kitchen
  • Living Room
  • Separate Bedroom
  • Terrace

La Mariposa Room

  • Mini Fridge
  • Hair Dryer
  • Terrace

Los Toledos Room

  • Mini Fridge
  • Terrace

Los Perezosos Room

  • Separate Bedroom
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Terrace

El Quetzal Room

  • Hair Dryer
  • Terrace


Latitude: N 10° 18' 26.05"
Longitude: W 84° 49' 52.46"


  • Overall 98.6% (14 Guest Ratings)
  • Cleanliness: 98.6%
  • Comfort: 98.6%
  • Meeting Expectations: 98.6%
  • Staff: 97.9%
  • Value: 99.3%


Beautiful place and great service.


The Casa Batsu was outstanding. The owners, Carlos and Paula, were outstanding hosts. Everything was very clean and the gardens were beautiful. The breakfast each morning was filling and delicious. The coffee , snacks and fresh fruit were available during the day. Carlos recommended a restaurant and then gave us a ride into town one evening. He was so gracious to sit and talk to use about the geography and culture of the area.


delicious breakfasts and beautiful rooms/facility. We took a hike on the farm's grounds and saw horses, a toucan, leaf-cutter ants, banana trees, coffee plants, and so much more.


Our favorite accommodation of the trip! Carlos is the perfect host. Only three rooms, so very intimate. Walking distance to town, but out in the country enough to be private. It even has its own nature trail!


Casa Batsu was fantastic, a very nice place to stay. However, we were greeted by a wet muddy dog that jumped on us and stole our shoes (the owner's dog) and a woman who didn't speak English and had to put us on the phone with the owner (the owner's mother). Breakfast was very tasty but some options to meet a healthy diet would have been nice. Having a way to get in touch with hotel staff would have been good as well, at several points we needed help but there was no way to reach the staff.