Senda Monteverde is located in Costa Rica’s cool central highlands. The hotel is just minutes away from the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve.
In 2018, hoteliers John and Lisa Aspinall closed the doors of their Sapo Dorado Hotel and re-opened the property as Senda. The new hotel’s restaurant, El Sapo, is a nod to the former incarnation.
Senda Monteverde Hotel Accommodations
Senda’s 24 suites and rooms feature views of the Gulf of Nicoya or of the cloud forests.
In-room amenities include:
- King & Twin-Sized Beds
- Lounge area
- Complimentary Coffee & Tea
- Organic Toiletries, Cotton Robes, Hairdryer
- Solar-Heated Hot Water
- Umbrellas, Flashlight, Games
- Security box
- Ceiling Fans
- Twice Daily Housekeeping Service
Superior Rooms (475 square feet, 2 adults):
Junior Suites 475 square feet, 2 adults & 1-2 children):
Premium Suites (660 square feet, 2 adults & 1 child):
Senda Suites (1,321 square feet, 4 adults & 2 children):
Guests at Senda can enjoy the property’s:
- El Sapo Restaurant
- Outdoor verandas & fire pit
- Complimentary breakfast
- Outdoor playground
The full board program at Senda includes:
- Hiking access to the Aguti Wildlife Reserve
- Yoga Classes
- Evening bonfire nights with hot cocoa & marshmallows
- Ceviche classes, cocktails classes, traditional coffee experience and cajeta Class for kids
- Rubber Boots, Binoculars & Walking Sticks
Other activities appealing to visitors is exploring the Cloud Forest Reserve, which is home to thousands of animal and bird species.
Monteverde claims to be the birthplace of zip lining and consequently has famous canopy tours that include platforms, cables, and a Tarzan swing.
Guests can also go horseback riding, visit wildlife reserves, and hike through the rainforest.