Hotel Casa Turire – Turrialba

Continue your journey to Turrialba, which means “river of fire” in the Huetar language.
Stay in the colonial boutique hotel Casa Turire, situated on a beautiful estate near a gorgeous lake only a few minutes outside the rural town of Turrialba and close to the majestic Turrialba volcano.

Your hotel
Hotel Casa Turire breathes historical charm and invites guests to enjoy the glamor and elegance of a colonial deco boutique hotel. A spectacular tropical garden surrounds the hotel. Still, on its grounds, you’ll also find a sustainable working farm that provides the ingredients for tasty breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for hotel guests.

If you stay at this hotel, you can relax around the pool area and book a massage or beauty treatment, hike trails, horseback riding, or birdwatching.

Explore the area

  • The rivers in this area, especially the famous Rio Pacuare, are excellent for rafting.
  • Not keen on getting wet? Go for a hike in La Marta reserve or visit the Guayabo national monument. This archeological site reveals secrets of a pre-Columbian society of 10,000 people that lived in the rainforest 3000 years ago.
  • Other activities in this area are horseback riding, mountain biking, or joining a coffee tour.
  • And let’s not forget about the major attractions in this region: the Irazu and Turrialba volcanoes!

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