To experience Peninsula Papagayo is to become powerless under its spell. Infusing this North Pacific corner of Guanacaste is a community of natural wonders, cultural richness and only-here experiences to explore. It’s your gateway to a country that harbors 12 major life zones, 500,000 species and 5% of the life forms found on the planet. It’s peaceful, happy people who teach the language of pura vida, pure life—the gift of grace that’s all about living in the moment. Your journey begins here.
A World Apart
Discover the Wonder of a 1,400-Acre Private Peninsula
NATURE WITHOUT BORDERS
Beyond the Reach of Imagination
“There are places which exist in this world beyond the reach of imagination.”
– DANIEL J. RICE
THIS SIDE OF A WILDERNESS
Peninsula Papagayo is Latin America’s ultimate coastal retreat, offering an unparalleled closeness to nature and a lifetime of adventure in one of the most peaceful and bio-diverse countries in the world—Costa Rica. Home of four World Heritage sites certified by UNESCO and kind, welcoming people eager to share their rich culture.
Part sophisticated resort, part primitive playground, this private paradise possesses one of the most extraordinary landscapes and biological corridors on the planet. A dreamlike 1,400-acre canvas of towering bluff tops, tropical forests and miles of uncrowded beaches tumbling out to the sea—all teeming with rare and magical wildlife.
Come experience Peninsula Papagayo—a world apart.
THE JOURNEY TO PURA VIDA
to Experience Paradise
Almost imperceptible within a canopy of old-growth trees overlooking Bahía Culebra, this boutique hotel offers sophisticated style, internationally infused cuisine and an atmosphere that is vibrant, uncomplicated and true pura vida. New to guests: the Andaz Beach House on Playa Nacascolo serving lunch and a warm, local vibe.
Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica
The resort that launched a legacy of Costa Rican luxury and landed Peninsula Papagayo on numerous “best of” lists—where it still reigns. Including the only Forbes Five-Star Resort in Central and South America. Newly transformed to reflect modern global tastes.
RESORT & RESIDENCES,
A new era of locally inspired, globally considered modern luxury has arrived at the only
Forbes Five-Star Resort in Central and South America.
For a fortunate few, Peninsula Papagayo’s secluded promontories, mesas, bluffs and hillsides present passage to a way of life that exists nowhere else. Secluded amongst some of the peninsula’s most prized locales, you’ll discover an extraordinary collection of private homes offering unparalleled views and serenity. All surrounded by a protected 1,400-acre basecamp unrivaled anywhere in Central or South America. And quite possibly the globe.
for the modern age
Four discrete cornerstone form the foundation for Peninsula Papagayo’s 10-year plan, destined to redefine geo-luxury resort and residential development in the Americas.
Foster health, happiness and personal growth
Integrate local culture into daily life
Nurture a strong and cohesive community
Deliver a seamless member and guest experience
Experience the evolution of Peninsula Papagayo—a world apart.
Interact with the master plan for a tour of current and future development.
Four Seasons Private Residences Prieta Bay at Peninsula Papagayo are not owned, developed or sold by Four Seasons Hotels Limited or its affiliates (Four Seasons). The developer, Residencial PLV, Limitada, uses the Four Seasons trademarks and tradenames under a license from Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts B.V. The marks “FOUR SEASONS,” “FOUR SEASONS HOTELS AND RESORTS,” any combination thereof and the Tree Design are registered trademarks of Four Seasons Hotels Limited in Canada and U.S.A. and of Four Seasons Hotels (Barbados) Ltd. elsewhere. Floor plans, drawings, images, renderings and other material presented herein are for illustrative purposes only, are not to scale and should not be relied upon as a basis for purchasing. Dimensions and square footage are approximate and may vary with actual construction. The developer reserves the right to make modifications or substitutions should they be necessary.
One or more images on this page originally appeared in the book “Voices of Guanacaste,” and are presented here courtesy of photographer Tony Arruzza.