New York Times

March 2016

“It is just what the regulars come for. In this unpretentious beachside spot, the lobby at times seems more like a family room.”

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Conde Nast Traveler

February 2016

“A fantasy of bygone surf culture so impeccably rendered that you can spend a week there “surfing” without ever actually dropping in on a wave.”

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AFAR Magazine

January 2016

“Refuel with avocado toast or a mango, banana, and flaxseed smoothie at the juice bar.”

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New York Post

October 2014

“A mix of snug surfer-chic rooms and larger bungalows outfitted with outdoor showers and private gardens.”

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New York Times

July 2013

“Surf Survival Camp, held at the Harmony Hotel in Nosara, addresses the common cuts, bruises and bites associated with hanging 10.”

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Organic Spa magazine

March 2013

“Green practices include recycling 85 percent of the waste and treating wastewater without chemicals, composting raw food, running a greenhouse and organic farm and supporting local sustainability programs. The Healing Center uses products freshly made from local plants, fruits and vegetables.”

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CNN

May 2012

“I have yet to find another hotel that inspires green living more than this sweet spot in the dreamy surfer town of Nosara, Costa Rica.”

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National Geographic

April 2012

“In a wave-rich country, Nosara stands out as the surf town par excellence. Warm water, friendly locals, endless beaches, powerful river mouths, long point breaks, and virtually year-round high swells make it a veritable surfing Disneyland—without all the lines and overzealous parents.”

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The Independent

December 2010

“If there was a Michelin star for pools I would give it to this one, which is hugged by manicured jungle and orange flowers, with an island of expansive palms in the middle.”

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Elle

January 2008

“From the mist of orange-quince water to the lime oil massage and finishing coat of jasmine cream, the service (using ecoluxe Red Flower products) will have you both ready for one last paddle-out at sundown.”

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Travel + Leisure

November 2007

“Harmony provided an alternative to traditional bare-bones ecotourism…”

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