Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel is located within its own rainforest adjacent to Tenorio Volcano National Park in Costa Rica.
NEW YORK, NY – BSpoke Associates announced that it has been named agency of record for global publicity by Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel in Costa Rica. Nestled in the northern enclave of the Tenorio Volcano National Park, Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel is a 26-bungalow exclusive retreat in the middle of the rainforest with private access to the infamous turquoise waters of the river aptly named Rio Celeste. The 75-acre property is dotted with ample casitas that feature different accommodation types and private courtyards in the distinctive tropical architecture. The design narrative reflects the beauty of the natural wonders of its environs with locally-sourced wood-framed houses that feature dark hardwood floors, private terraces, and either a forest view or a tropical garden view. The on-property restaurant, Kantala, is a stylized study in indoor-outdoor dining with open walls surrounded by native flora and centennial plants; it offers traditional Costa Rican dishes with a modern flare and a menu that changes three times daily. The hotel also features a cocktail lounge, Delirio, and a swim up bar, Blue Moon, to provide guests with local libations any time of the day. Via a short hike through the hotel’s forest, guests can access the private stretch of Rio Celeste, where special compounds called aluminosilicates absorb all the colors of sunlight except blue, resulting in a bright hue of the most brilliant peacock feather. This section of the river features a collection of natural pools that are easily swimmable.
Since its opening in 2010, the majority of the property is occupied by the rainforest and more than 90% of the grounds have been designated as a Tapir Natural Reserve to house a natural sanctuary where the mammals are protected and nurtured in their habitat. Thanks to a long-lasting alliance with Costa Rica Wildlife Foundation and the help of local guides, Rio Celeste has funded and set up a research and monitoring program to identify and protect endangered species such as the Tapirus Bairdii, Sloths, and a wide cadre of native birds including Guan (Penelope purpurarcens), the Umbrella Bird (Cephalopterus glabricolis), and the black-crested Coquette (Lophornis helenae).
Rio Celeste’s commitment to conservation is all-encompassing and is rooted in the company’s vision of respecting the very delicate ecosystem and biodiversity of its own rainforest. Sustainability covers three major areas: business management, social-economic, cultural and environmental impact. In order to reinforce sustainable practices, the property joined the Certification for Sustainable Tourism (CST), a program aimed to achieve the integration of the principle elements of sustainable tourism analyzing good management practices, the environmental and social impacts of services as well as the congruence between the service offered and the product's promotion.
True to its surroundings, Rio Celeste offers an ample swath of experiences and tours to authentically live the Tenorio National Park as well as relaxing in the pristine waters of Rio Celeste: from different skill-level hikes to horseback riding excursions to white water rafting and tubing, the property caters to the adventurous traveler who seeks to feel one with nature.
Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel is located 700 meters west of national park Tenorio Alajuela Rio Celeste, 21502, Costa Rica.
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