Need to know
Six, including five suites.
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $242.00, excluding tax at 13 per cent.
Rates include breakfast and the use of surfboards, boogie boards and bicycles.
Book time in Meridian, the hotel’s open-air yoga and massage studio. Treatments include salt wraps, Ayurvedic flow massages and aromatherapy with local botanicals.
The hotel will be closed for refurbishment on 1 September, reopening at the start of November.
At the hotel
Massage and yoga pavilion, library, gardens, free WiFi. In rooms: minibar, natural bath products.
Our favourite rooms
The two Master Suites are in the best spots, with ideal beach (and sunset) views, and a relaxing lounge area. Each of the six open-plan casitas holds a four-poster bed, shuttered doors and a porch with hammocks. The open-air bathrooms have solar-powered rainfall showers. If you get bugged by mosquitoes, stay in the Guest Room, which is less open to the elements and has air-conditioning.
The ionised infinity pool is surrounded by grass and shaded lounge chairs. Beach and surfing haven Santa Teresa de Cobano in Puntarenas is a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
Your rash guard: Latitude 10 has access to some of the best surfing in Central America.
The hotel offers sustainability tours and eco-excursions for guests who want to understand more about the region’s conservation efforts.
Leave them behind. This remote beach resort is best for adults.
Even in eco-engaged Costa Rica, Latitude 10 stands out for its green efforts: the hotel functions on solar energy, relies on local food suppliers and uses organic cleaning products. The staff also work to keep the local beaches clean.