If you're looking to be close to all that the capital city has to offer, then you'll love
Hotel Grano de Oro
Both of these luxurious hotels offer renowned restaurants of their own, and are within close proximity to all the culture,
nightlife, and dining found in San Jose.
If tranquility is what you seek, but you still wish to take advantage of the conveniences of the city, then try
Vista del Valle
El Silencio Lodge & Spa
As this region is home to the capital city of San Jose, you'll find no shortage of great restaurants featuring local and international cuisine. If you are
staying near the downtown area, try Bakea, an international/fusion restaurant in a restored mansion. This popular choice features creative cuisine and delicious desserts.
San Jose boasts a number of small cafes offering lighter fare and less expensive prices. Some of the best of these include Café Moro and Café Mundo. Also, don't miss
El Balcón de Europa, one of San Jose's oldest restaurants.
For meals with an ethnic twist, try the Tin Jo for Asian food, Vishnu for Indian/vegetarian, Machu Picchu
for Peruvian, Lubnan for Middle Eastern, or Le Monastere for upscale French cuisine.