Marriott hotels in Costa Rica is offering newly renovated rooms with designs created to evoke the destination and local nature in every detail. The renovation consists of 500 rooms inspired by the Costa Rican coffee culture and beach vibes.
Los Suenos Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort
At Los Suenos Marriott Resort, modern comforts are in perfect harmony with the ocean views and the rainforest that distinguishes this region of Costa Rica.
The decorative elements found in the rooms highlight the work of national artisans inspired by Costa Rican scenes, including the lamps inspired by local landscapes and the colors giving an allusion to Las Nubes de Coronado town as well as the fauna and flora of the country.
In the range of colors you can see earth tones such as greens, coffees, creams and reds, which combine with the details of sustainable wood utilized throughout the room. Another objective of the design was to maximize the space intelligently with features such as sofa that functions as a place to rest, work, read, or as an additional bed.
Sustainability takes center stage in the new rooms with showers, lavatory faucets and toilet with low water consumption; in addition, you can find LED lighting and an intelligent thermostat.
The entire room renovation project is slated for completion in April 2019 and maintains the character of seaside colonial hacienda while highlighting the newest Marriott global design.
Los Suenos Marriott has 201 rooms and suites, meeting spaces with capacity for 500 guests, spa, fitness center, and a large free-form pool that has been recognized as one of the best in Latin America. In addition, there is the 18-hole La Iguana golf course.
Costa Rica Marriott Hotel San Jose
At Costa Rica Marriott, the renovation has modernized the rooms with the latest innovations in technology while highlighting the feeling of being at a traditional coffee hacienda of the region.
Some of the elements that inspired the decor of this property were the typical hand painted Carreta of the 15th century from the Sarchí area, as a historical reference of the transportation of that time in the country, and the importance of coffee in Costa Rica’s history is showcased in the colors and illustrations as well as details inspired by Costa Rican artisans.
The modernity of the rooms is complemented by traditional maple solid wood furniture sustainably farmed and traditional artwork. The bathroom now features a large walk-in rain shower, which evokes the rainforest in the Costa Rican tropics.
The bedroom showcases the work of local photographer Armando del Vecchio, who captured the essence of the Costa Rican coffee plantations. The color palette chosen was also inspired by the process of this grain: from its fruit to its roasting, therefore, you can appreciate brown, terra cotta and crimson tones throughout the rooms.
The Costa Rica Marriott hotel has 299 rooms and suites, five restaurants, two swimming pools, a luxury spa, fitness center, and conference rooms with capacity for 1,000 guests.