Best Western Hotel & Casino Kamuk
About Best Western Hotel & Casino Kamuk
Come experience summer all year long at this full service beachfront Quepos, Costa Rica hotel, casino and spa near amazing scenery, recreation and nightlife. The Best Western Hotel & Casino Kamuk in tropical Quepos, Costa Rica, is minutes from Manuel Antonio National Park and steps from the Pacific Ocean. This Costa Rican hotel is equipped with luxury amenities such as casino, spa and a beautiful and private outdoor swimming pool complete with poolside food and beverage service. Guests enjoy comfortable, air conditioned rooms with cable satellite television with HBO®, Showtime® and Cinemax. Room service is available and many guest rooms at this beachfront hotel feature balconies. The Best Western Hotel & Casino Kamuk offers a complimentary breakfast in the hotel's third-floor dining room, Mira Olas Restaurant, where guests enjoy balcony dining overlooking the beach. The restaurant is open for breakfast and offers reasonably priced entrees including an authentic Costa Rican breakfast of gallo pinto or American style eggs and pancakes. Guests receive a 10% discount off dinner, served Monday through Saturday, with entrees including specialty seafood dishes as well as chicken, steak and pasta plates. Hotel guests may also bring locally caught fish to the kitchen to be prepared and served at no charge. Visitors to the city of Quepos experience a unique variety of available activities including surfing, snorkeling, pier fishing at the beach and exotic bird watching, hiking, monkey spotting and canopy tours in the lush rainforests. A helpful and bilingual staff is available to assist with activity planning including arranging for horseback rides, fishing expeditions, sailing, scuba diving, jet skiing, kayaking and river rafting trips. Guests spend evenings dining, dancing or gaming in the city's many nightspots. Make a reservation today and save at the Best Western Hotel & Casino Kamuk! Enjoy your stay!
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