Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas
Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica
At a Glance
Recently renovated with a unique design
Wonderful location close to the beach
Cala Luna serves excellent food
Nearby is the lively town of Tamarindo with a range of restaurants and bars and vast sandy beaches good for surfing
Great range of accommodation. Has rooms for couples as well as two and three bedroom fully equipped villas with private pools, great for families
Enjoy all the amenities the friendly beach town of Tamarindo has to offer, from nightlife, surf schools, shops, restaurants, galleries and cafesSarah Lowe
The hotel offers complimentary bike rental for all guests perfect for heading the short distance into Tamarindo for some shopping and people watching.Dominic Atterton
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas or take a look at our itineraries to Guanacaste and Nicoya Peninsula
Cala Luna Boutique Hotel, Villas & Spa, is a relaxed getaway surrounded by nature and set back from Langosta Beach on the outskirts of Tamarindo on the Nicoya Peninsula.
Accommodations range from one bedroom Deluxe Rooms that suit couples perfectly to Villas expansive enough to sleep up to six, which are great for families or friends traveling together. The Villas also come with their very own private plunge pools. Cala Luna's decor and layout is very contemporary in keeping with its jungle back-drop and the grounds are covered in mature tropical trees and plants, all of which surround the large free-form swimming pool at its center.
Cala Luna is now Italian-run and the fabulous menu in the open-air Cala Moresca restaurant reflects this influence and the food is causing somewhat of a buzz in the region.
Cala Luna is steps from Langosta Beach a vantage point for dramatic sunsets, adjacent to Tamarindo Beach which is Central America’s Mecca for surfing. Offshore sport fishing (sailfish, marlin and other prized species) is highly recommended. Exceptional scuba dive sites dot the stretch of Pacific coastline and several PADI dive shops service the property. Easy-to-access daily activities are 18-hole golf, tennis, relaxing horseback riding and thrilling canopy tour at Cala Luna’s finca (farm), bird watching and nature trails.
Designed to ensure seclusion and feel like a small oasis, all their Villas feature a large private pool and are surrounded by lush vegetation and tropical flora. Each two or three bedroom Villa has a fully equipped kitchen, large living and dining area, terrace, and spacious bedrooms. The elegant organic décor promotes peace and tranquillity while the large spaces offer serenity and seclusion.
Are very welcome at Cala Luna and there are plenty of activities for children such as kayaking, mountain biking, canopy tours and surfing to name but a few, as well as villa style accommodations. Nanny services and babysitting are available at additional charge.
Restaurant Cala Moresco serves delicious food using local and organic ingredients to give you a taste of Costa Rica as well as some superb international dishes.
The white sands of Langosta beach are only a 2-minute walk away whilst the surfing paradise of Tamarindo is just a 10-minute walk. The resort's swimming pool is surrounded by luscious tropical gardens and has comfortable sun loungers. You can enjoy spa experiences in the privacy of your room or under the trees in the cool breeze on the beach. There are also yoga classes available.
Complimentary activities include use of the swimming pool, Jacuzzi, lush gardens with habitat for monkeys or exotic birds, and sunset hour cocktails on beach. Activities at an additional charge include off-site scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, catamaran sailing, spa treatments, surfing lessons and in-villa yoga classes.
Location & Directions
Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica
Located on the outskirts of Tamarindo town, in the province of Guanacaste in the northern Pacific region of Costa Rica. Cala Luna is just steps from Langosta Beach (40 meters), and is within a short walking distance of many restaurants, shops and nightlife.
When to go
The summer season (November to April), also called the 'dry' season, doesn't necessarily mean no rain- but there should be less of it. The 'green' season (May to November) has the most rainfall.