Like a chameleon, the hip yet relaxed Costa Rica luxury hotel spices up life by changing its colors every day. Decorated in impeccable white, striking dashes of tropical colors around the hotel switch every day. Seat cushions. Paintings. Flower vases. Restaurant napkins. Staff uniforms. The daily metamorphosis in guest rooms and throughout the hotel keeps you guessing what each new day will bring.
“When each day the colors in your white resting sanctuary change, you are reminded that ‘every day is a new day’, filled with infinite opportunities for new experiences, new friends, and new thoughts,” hotel publicity suggests.
When we go on vacation, it’s time to do new things, discover new places, try new foods, and generally renew ourselves. Hotel Le Cameleon’s location is definitely rejuvenating: on beautiful Playa Cocles, where wild rainforest meets golden sand and the dazzling, turquoise Caribbean Sea. Hotel Le Caméléon rests on the road connecting the vibrant, bohemian beach town of Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica and the Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge to the south.
The 23 ultra-chic rooms of the Enchanting Hotel of Costa Rica are tucked in the jungle gardens around a lap pool. Modern rooms following the chameleon theme feature a sleek design that is stylish and comfortable. Sliding glass doors lead out to private balconies or patios in all rooms.
Hotel Le Cameleon provides spa services, yoga classes, tour services, and a wonderful restaurant. The hotel’s fantastic Costa Rica Caribbean beach club, La Sula Sea Lounge, is directly across the street on Cocles Beach, and offers day-beds, hammocks, lounge chairs, bar and restaurant service.
There is so much to do in Puerto Viejo – surfing, snorkeling and scuba diving, chocolate tours, a sloth sanctuary – it will be easy to enjoy new experiences.
So, grab your swimsuit and head to Hotel Le Cameleon for a sunny spring holiday. There are easy daily flights from San Jose to Limon and it’s a short drive to Playa Cocles.
“Start your day out with the widest of smiles, and witness the tremendous effect this simple action has on your mood and on everything around you.” – Hotel Le Cameleon
Article by Shannon Farley