Nayara Tented Resort To Open 2017 In Costa Rica
Nayara Tented Resort To Open 2017 In Costa Rica

QCOTARICA TRAVEL – Starting in 2017, you vacation in Costa Rica under a tent. But not any tent, each featuring a master suite with en-suite bathroom as well as an adjoining tent that can be arranged as a lounge or a second bedroom.

The exclusive boutique hotel located in the Arenal Volcano, Nayara Springs, will be offering its guests the choice of staying in a 87 sq. metres (945 sq. feet) tent,  sitting on its own platform furnished with an outdoor living area and a plunge pool filled from nearby hot springs.

The tents are part of Luxury Frontiers’ partnership with Nayara to create Nayara Tented Resort

This first foray into The Americas for Luxury Frontiers underscores the company’s expertise with these exclusive offerings for hotel owners and operators who want to capitalize on available land. The brand’s holistic one-stop experiential design, development and operations expertise coupled with investment capital makes its business model especially unique.

“In addition to their already successful properties Arenal Nayara and Nayara Springs, the development of this new resort gives Nayara Hotels an alternative, ‘light-on-earth’ solution to using existing land to create an amazing, immersive experience for their guests,” said Luca Franco, Founder and Managing Partner, Luxury Frontiers.

“We are excited to see this partnership come to fruition,” said Andrew Dickey, Senior Vice President for JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group, who facilitated the alliance between the two companies.  “With the continued evolution of experiential travel coupled with the need for authentic leadership in social and environmental responsibility, working with Luxury Frontiers gives resort owners a unique value proposition.”

Differentiating the brand even further, Luxury Frontiers accommodations are eco-friendly with sustainable design features, ranging from the use of locally and sustainably sourced building materials and aerobic sewerage treatment systems to rainwater capture systems and renewable energy sources.

Source: Hotelnewsresource.com