Hotel Mandarina has a history in Manuel Antonio since the early 1990's. It has previously been known as Hotel El Dorado Mojado
and Hotel Kekoldi. Under new ownership since May 1st, 2007, the 12 unit hotel has been given the new name, Hotel Mandarina.
Mandarina is known as a small orange, like a tangerine, in Costa Rica.
You can walk down to a secluded beach in 20 minutes or you can take a quick 5 minute drive over to the main beach.
Several excellent restaurants and cafes are within walking distance as well. Don't miss El Avion,
the restaurant built around a salvaged 1950's American cargo plane!
Hotel Mandarina is located in Manuel Antonio, just outside the small Pacific coast port town of Quepos.
We are just 1. 2 miles (2 Km) from some of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica with the entrance to Manuel Antonio National Park at the end of
the main road. A twenty minute walk down the secondary road from the hotel will bring you to a secluded beach. The local bus stops 50 yards from
the hotel and brings you to the main beach or Manuel Antonio National Park in 5 minutes.
Although, the hotel rooms do not have ocean views, they are set back off the road, away from the noise. Nestled against the lush
jungle backdrop, the rooms surround a blue-tiled pool that has a small decorative waterfall. It is a very private place to relax and
watch the small monkeys swinging through the overhead canopy.