Hotel Belmar – Monteverde

The mountains of Monteverde, world-famous for its unique cloud forest. Located at 1400 m altitude Monteverde is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. Monteverde was founded in 1951 by the Quakers, a Protestant religious group from Alabama (USA). They started raising dairy cows and created Costa Rica’s best Monteverde cheese. In addition, the Quakers have been champions in nature conservation. Their commitment to preserving half of their property resulted in today’s protected cloud forest.

Your hotel
You will stay at the elegant Hotel Belmar. Since the hotel was founded in the 1980s, the family Belmar has been well aware of the environmental impact, and social commitment that running a hotel entails. To balance this, they have always been involved in various projects of ecological conservation and social welfare, which have contributed to the integral development of the local community.

Explore the area

  • Discover the fascinating nightlife of Monteverde’s nocturnal wildlife with one of Costa Rica’s oldest and best night tour operators.
  • You can go hiking or horseback riding in nature.
  • The most compelling way is to experience the cloud forest during an incredible, spectacular zipline tour!
  • The region is also famous for its coffee and chocolate.
  • Your best chance to see the beautiful – unfortunately endangered – resplendent quetzal is in the cloud forest. So, go for a nature walk in one of the many nearby nature reserves.

Contact us and let's plan your tour.

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