GUANACASTE/ Nov 4, 2021 – Peninsula Papagayo unveils plans to build Central America’s first ultra-luxury boutique resort and branded residences. Designed for the most discerning eco-adventure leisure travelers, Nekajui (pronounced NEK-ah-wee) is a new expression of luxury hospitality, welcoming future owners and guests on a highly personalized journey to one of the world’s most naturally beautiful and biodiverse destinations.
It is rare to come across places where architecture, particularly contemporary buildings, complements a beautiful natural setting in a decidedly positive way. Most locations are appreciated either because of the landscape, or the architecture, not both. Buildings designed by world-class masters tend to be built in stark contrast to the landscape they are surrounded by, and if we were asked to take a perfect shot of a gorgeous view anywhere, we would most likely make sure that nothing manmade gets in the way.
These two contrasting worlds are successfully brought into harmony at Bahías — Antoine Predock’s latest masterwork at Costa Rica’s famed Peninsula Papagayo.
Managed by Hyatt, the limited collection of seaside residences will be distinctively local, in every sense.
As construction nears completion, noted Costa Rica architect Ronald Zürcher talks about his new collection of Four Seasons Private Residences and the evolution of Papagayo style.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the world’s leading luxury hospitality company, will manage the latest collection of oceanfront villas currently under development on Prieta Bay. It’s the first new residential offering at Peninsula Papagayo in over a decade.