Trogon Lodge is a comfortable, rustic-feeling lodge located in San Gerardo de Dota 6 miles/9 km from the Quetzal National Park in the Savegre Valley of San Jose. This remote hotel provides an intimate experience for birdwatchers and nature lovers. This hotel is ideal for couples and small families or small groups of friends who are looking to disconnect from busy life and immerse themselves in nature.
This lodge aims to provide a holistic, natural experience for guests. The hotel main lodge and accommodations feel like they are spread out through a carefully tended park, which balances the ferocity and beauty of natural wilderness. This nature is experienced to the maximum with nature trails around the hotel grounds, where you can appreciate the Savegre River, which runs right through the property. Guests can enjoy food fresh from the hydroponic farm in the hotel restaurant and drinks at the bar.
Common areas include a TV, DVD player, library, and souvenir shop, where WIFI is available, since it is not available in each room. Optional tours include hiking, zip line tours, and excursions to the waterfall. Many species of birds can be seen in the plants and trees around the lodge, the Quetzal being the most renowned. The Quetzal Quest takes guests to the most likely places to spot this magnificent bird.
This hotel is located approximately 3 hours from Juan Santamaria International Airport in San Jose (66 miles/106 km) and 6.5 hours from Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport in Liberia (191 miles/307 km).
Amenities: Wifi Internet, Restaurant, Bar
Trogón is the perfect place for the romantic ones who enjoy the beauty in details, chat near the fire, beside the Savegre River and the exuberant nature. Also ideal for nature lovers, bird watchers, or clients looking for a comfortable, pleasant hotel.
A family-style restaurant, a bar, nature trails, trout ponds, conference center, internet access, laundry service, gift shop, parking area, private transportation.
Presently, this hotel is in the process of implementing the CST (Certification for Sustainable Tourism in Costa Rica).