Lost Iguana Resort & Spa Valentine Getaway
Lovers seeking a tropical respite this Valentine’s Day (and beyond) will revel in the peace, quiet and casual luxury of Lost Iguana Resort & Spa. Nestled in Arenal, Costa Rica’s primal rainforest, the romantic resort’s new “Love Birds Getaway” package features an in-room welcome flower arrangement and a wine basket to instantly set the mood, in addition to a sensual couples massage and cozy candlelit dinner.
The minimum two-night package in a standard deluxe room is $420 per couple, with additional nights just $120 each. A luxury suite is $550 per couple and $185 each additional night. As a bonus, if guests mention the publication where they read about the getaway at the time of booking, they will reap a bonus 10% off the package price.
The Lost Iguana Resort & Spa sits on 120 acres of pure rainforest with 42 well-appointed standard deluxe rooms, luxury suites, celebrity villas and casitas. Every room features impressive views of Arenal Volcano, one of the 10 most active in the world. Balconies overlook the natural wonder and jungle, with luxury suites also featuring private outdoor Jacuzzi tubs.
Ground floor suites boast open-air garden showers with tropical plants so couples feel like they are showering outside in the rainforest. The double showerheads are perfect for twosomes, and are super romantic at night with only candles for light.
For a boutique hotel, an array of amenities is on offer. Those wishing to explore the jungle may do so at leisure on the resort’s exclusive walking paths lined with waterfalls and exotic birds. An onsite wildlife guide is even available to answer questions and lead individualized tours.
“Love Birds” will enjoy their complimentary couples massage in an open-air massage bungalow at Lost Iguana’s full-service Balinese-themed Golden Gecko Spa. Those seeking additional pampering can indulge in a menu of treatments, like the Cocoon Steam Therapy, which improves circulation and detoxifies the body, the Costa Rican Facial with volcanic clay, or the Mango Lily Body Polish, which nourishes and exfoliates the skin. The spa also offers all guests complimentary use of its gym and saunas.
Dining at the Lost Iguana is also a relaxing treat. Amidst a flurry of hummingbirds pollinating the many surrounding flowers, authentic Costa Rican cuisine is served at the open-air Blue Hibiscus Restaurant. Specialties include a delicious cream of heart of palm soup, sudado de tilapia, chicken Arenal, and a tender grilled filet of beef served with jalapeño pomodoro sauce.
Day or night, couples can sip a cocktail at the sit-down/swim-up thatched tropical bar, or take a soak in the hot and cool freshwater pools.
Conveniently located near many of the area’s popular attractions, guests of Lost Iguana can walk the famous Hanging Bridges, enjoy white-water rafting adventures, rappel alongside cascading waterfalls into stunning canyons, or take dips in the local thermal hot springs.
Lost Iguana Resort & Spa’s two-night “Love Birds Getaway” starts at $420 per room per night, based on double occupancy, with additional nights $120 each. Price includes daily breakfast, in-room flower and wine basket, couples massage, and candlelit dinner for two. This package is available through 2011; blackout dates apply.
For more information or to book the “Love Birds Getaway” package, visit the website, call the hotel at 011(506) 2267-6148, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.