Starting at $129 per night


The three star Sarapiqui Rainforest Lodge is an eco-lodge located in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui. The hotel is a nice place for anybody that wants to visit the rainforest or the site of an ancient indigenous village. Amenities of Sarapiqui Rainforest Lodge include: restaurant, swimming pool, trails, tropical gardens, bar, conference room, indigenous village exhibit. The lodge also offers wireless internet connection as an added service.

The Sarapiqui area is an excellent destination for birdwatchers. Visitors also come to the area for activities like: riverboat safaris, whitewater rafting, visit waterfalls, national parks and reserves, cultural experiences and other fun activities.

Though the Sarapiqui area has many options available for things to do, you can also just stay at the lodge and learn about indigenous cultures or take a hike on one of the nature trails.

Centro Neotropico Sarapiquis Rainforest Lodge Rooms and Amenities

Generally, Sarapiquis Rainforest Lodge rooms are basic and include: Deluxe Room.

Deluxe room amenities include: ceiling fan, private bathroom, terrace, telephone and cable TV. Bedding options include 1 double and 1 single.

In summary, Sarapiquis Rainforest Lodge is a great option for anybody interested in learning about the rainforest or indigenous cultures.

Hotel Tags

  • Midrange
  • Eco Style
  • Family
  • Sustainable

Hotel Amenities

  • Breakfast
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Pool
  • Trails
  • Conference Room
  • Gardens
  • Wifi
  • Wifi Free
  • Laundry Service

Room Amenities

Deluxe Room

  • Fan
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Terrace

Deluxe Room with Air Conditioning

  • AC
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Terrace

Handicap Accessibility

  • Accessible Bathroom
  • In-room Accessibility


Latitude: N 10° 25' 3.99"
Longitude: W 84° 7' 23.27"


  • Overall 89.7% (8 Guest Ratings)
  • Cleanliness: 81.2%
  • Comfort: 92.5%
  • Meeting Expectations: 92.9%
  • Staff: 91.2%
  • Value: 91.4%


We did not have a chance to enjoy the grounds or the pool or the breakfast while we were here. The rooms were big but dated compared to our stay at Hotel Cariblue. The shower and other amenities seemed very old. The king bed was comfortable and luxurious. The lack of WiFi in the rooms was a bit inconvenient.

The receptionist and other staff seemed very nice, her English was very good.


The lodge was quaint and intriguing. The rooms did not have air conditioning and it got warm when we did not have power. The proximity to the rainforest and the availability of tours and multiple dining options were great.


The lodge was a real highlight of the holiday. The staff were amazing friendly and helpful. Will definitely stay here again !