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Where is Club del Cielo

by jcsayre

I cannot find Club del Cielo on a map. We will be visiting in early July and I am trying to find where we will be. The directions from google, and everything else that I have found are a bit difficult to interpret.

Re: Where is Club del Cielo

by Matt420

I don't remember that specific name, but I've been to Jaco and it isn't a very large town. Reall easy to get around in and not hard to navigate. Once your there, you should have any problems finding Club del Cielo.

Re: Where is Club del Cielo

by costaricakid

Club del Cielo is located on the South end of Main St in Jaco, turn right at the Municipality building and drive abour 1/2 mile and it will be on your left. It is a great place to stay with a noce pool and great on site restaurant called Tres Sabores.

Contact the folks at www.JacoVIP.com to get good rates on Clube del Cielo. They will take good care of you for sure.

Travel Tips for Jacó

Join in the game

by Matt420

Soccer is the biggest sport in Costa Rica. If you see an open field, look around and I'm sure you will see a couple of soccer goals.

One way to make friends with the local Tica's is to wear a soccer jersey from any country.

Jaco is Waikiki 1959

by Johnzane

"The Most Bang for your Buck"

Jaco is a the closest beachtown to San Jose Airport in Costa Rica, and if you're the traveler who'd pick Maui or the Big Island over Waikiki, you are definitely missing the meat for the bones. Jaco has a long history of providing local Tiko vacationers with affordable restaurants, bars, nightclubs, convenience stores, and late night parties, besides surf lessons, zip tours, and sunset swims up and down this crescent beach. Of course, this makes Jaco even more attractive to Gringo tourists, who often start in pricey Tamarindo up north, and stop in Jaco on their way to gay old Manuel Antonio, and its famous park. The biggest plus about downtown Jaco are the newly paved roads and sidewalks, which are thankfully on the increase everywhere in the country, but nowhere more appreciated than the west coast, where planned development keeps pace with conservation.

"House Music on the West Coast of Costa Rica"

There's nothing like dancing the night away at a tropical beach resort, but you won't find anything close to Waikiki, Miami, or Ibiza here in Costa Rica. There just aren't enough house heads. But that doesn't mean the locals don't apreciate a phat groove. Check out the Taco Shack in that new Jaco mall with the funky fountain. SF style house music from midnight to dawn, $2-5 cover, top shelf is $5, served all night. The only other dance clubs I'd recommend are Iris Arches in Quepos, a huge warehouse contraption best visited on Saturday and Sunday nights, when the service industry shakers get off work, and Tutu's, the tented penthouse on the Gato Negro restaurant at the top of Manuel Antonio. Iris Arches offers tasty barbecue plates all night on the outdoor lanai (try the chicken, it's heavenly), and Tutu's has the best sweeping view of the gently rolling Pacific at sunset, which is flaming orange and red, and punctuated with monkey calls, parrots, and fruit bats.

"Recommended Rooms and those to avoid in Costa Rica"

After perusing through several glowing recommendations on TripAdvisor.com, I booked a week's stay at Clarita's, on the north end of Jaco beach. For prepaying, I was promised a top floor room on the beach with unobstructed views of the ocean. I was also told only the most expensive rooms were left. What I got was a ground room off the parking lot, no view, and lots of vacancies above me. The women pictured smiling on the website were sour to salty in person, unless you held fistfuls of $$$, and put off checking me in until all their beers were served. The only thing going for this walk-up shack was free high speed Wifi, and the secure parking lot. We checked out the next day, and the waitress/hotelkeep refused to give me a proper receipt. Later I had to dispute the charge she added for an extra day (I won). $50-70/day will get you a very nice room at the Poseidon Hotel, in the nice part of town, and the restaurant there serves top shelf liquor with fresh slabs of Ahi tuna, the biggest lobster tails this side of Boston, and Pad Thai. Walk back to the main drag and look upstairs at the mall for Tsunami Sushi, not the freshest, but near enough to Blowfish in SF to count. Afterwards, nod your house head to phat beats at the Taco Shack at the back of the Mall. An 8 minute ride south to Playa Hermosa ($3 by taxi) will take you to Las Cabinas de Arenas, a cold-water beach hostel filled with bronzed surfer dudes and chicks. Surprisingly large rooms with double and bunk beds for $15-20 each/day, and the best body/short-board surfing on the Central West Coast (okay, Esterillos is pretty good too, but the rip is fierce, and there are way too many bodies in the water). $120-135 for a double will get you a sweet view of the surfers and blazing sunsets on your lanai at the Backyard Hotel, not three doors south, but the rooms are not much better than Las Cabinas (but the showers are hot!). The cafe there serves $1 beers, $3 pizza burritos (yummy), and $2.50 breakfast. Bring your iMac and a digital camera, because the Wifi is free, wide, and useful in provoking gasps of envy among your distant friends. This is Costa Rica at it's finest. I fully recommend Playa Hermosa over any tourist destination on the Central Pacific. If you have to stay in Jaco, definitely consider the Best Western, or any of the new gated condotels springing up along the beach. And watch your stuff on the beach, or it will walk off on two legs.

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