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Are there any resorts that cater to incentive groups?

Oct 25, 2016
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While the Costa Ballena region is worlds away from the hustle and bustle of fast-paced business, there is no greater tonic for freeing the mind of clutter than a daily dose of nature’s purest ingredients. Hotel Cristal Ballena Resort & Spa has everything you need for a memorable and productive escape. The four-star boutique property is nestled on a hill overlooking Marino Ballena National Park, on nearly 30-acres of pristine beauty that includes 19 luxurious suites and two Adventure Lodges, as well as a 1,300 sq. ft. ocean-view swimming pool, an open-air gourmet restaurant and a pampering spa featuring massages, wraps, exfoliations, facials, and beauty treatments.

For incentive groups, the Mediterranean-style resort offers Cristal Salon, a breathtaking setting for exclusive events, conferences, seminars and meetings. Cristal Salon offers ocean views courtesy of expansive windows and can accommodate up to 100 delegates.

Away from the boardroom, an array of beach, adventure and nature options will help clear the mind once again, while daily sunsets and gourmet dinners await you at the Pura Vida! Bar & Restaurant, featuring international and Costa Rican cuisine with an Austrian twist!

Reservations: +506.2786.5354



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