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Waldorf Astoria resort to be built in Costa Rica

The resort will have190 guestrooms and 25 branded residences, situated on Guanacaste's Cacique Peninsula

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QCOSTARICA (Travel Weekly) Waldorf Astoria is coming to Costa Rica, with the Hilton-owned luxury brand unveiling plans to open the Waldorf Astoria Guanacaste in 2025.

The resort will have190 guestrooms and 25 branded residences. Photo Credit: Waldorf Astoria

The new property will be situated on Guanacaste’s Cacique Peninsula, spanning 190 rooms and 25 branded residences. The resort will also have a retail component.

The Waldorf Astoria Guanacaste will have its own wellness center, housing a gym, movement studio, outdoor yoga area, lap and thermal pools, and a spa. In addition to eight indoor treatment rooms, the spa will have three outdoor treatment rooms with a treehouse-inspired design.

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The resort also will have a kids center and teen club, 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space, and several restaurants and bars, including a gelato shop.

As part of the resort’s sustainability initiatives, all vehicles on the property will be electric.

The Waldorf Astoria Guanacaste will join the brand’s portfolio of 30-plus properties, including the recently opened Waldorf Astoria Cancun in Mexico.

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