We stayed at Rosa de America both before and after our trip to the Osa Peninsula. Despite some confusion regarding our reservations, Ana reassured us that an accommodation could be had. We thoroughly enjoyed the incredible gardens and wide variety of birds. We ate on site the first night and ventured out to Cheri’s on the second. Both dining experiences provided tasty local meals! Mornings offered a fine array of fresh fruit and banana bread with local coffee!
The only drawback to our visit were the boisterous sounds of a large group of young teens who did not appear to be supervised well into the evening.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking