Boutiquehotel Luz de Luna: San José's Culture, Museums and Restaurants
Costa Rica's capital San José offers a lot of cultural attractions: Gold, Jade and National Museum, the National Theatre which is a replica of the Parisian Opera, the cultural centres La Aduana and CENAC, the Museum of Costa Rican Art, the Children's Discovery Museum as well as an interesting everyday culture at the markets, parks and shopping streets.
Central & without city stress - good personal service
Our new hotel is located in the former street La Luz (= "the light", until a 100 years ago the street lights illuminated San José up to this street) in Escalante district. This district is very quiet, has many neo-colonial villas and green sites. It is an area full of galeries, cafés and restaurants. The city centre with its sights, museums, parks and shopping streets is just a 10-minute walk away. 8 restaurants are developping the "Paseo Gastronómico La Luz", supportet by varios institutions to enforce the original costarican cuisine.
Boutiquehotel Luz de Luna with its integrated restaurant and Café offers a personal and cosy atmosphere in a neo-colonial villa with high quality furnishings and its own designing concept. Our mission is to fullfil our customers' needs to the highest degree by providing professional one-on-one service.
We offer 12 rooms on two floors. You can choose between single, double and triple rooms, a junior suite and a suite.
All rooms are equipped with single or double beds (suite with a queen-size bed), bedside table, bathroom, wardrobe, desk, WLAN and a TV. The suite also has a minibar.
incl. breakfast + tax, per room:
Ecological and social concept
When renovating the building and constructing the restaurant we used as many natural building and furnishing materials as possible. One of our rooms and the restaurant are wheelchair-friendly. It is also very important to us to offer our employees good working conditions.
Cultural and artistic concept
Our cultural and artistic concept is meant to honour the pre-Columbian cultures, who assume that nature and spirit form a unified whole. Not only is the hotel's furnishing and decoration geared to this but also the restaurant uses typical and indigenous recipes and ingredients. Our version of the "Nueve Cocina Costarricense" is a fusion of local dishes with Spanish-European and Afro-Caribbean elements. Expositions of costarican artists, concerts and poetry nights complet our cultural offer.
For further information please visit Hotel Luz de Luna's website.