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A secluded retreat in a still-undiscovered Costa Rican sanctuary.

Beach vacations too often involve all-inclusive monstrosities and inebriated spring-breakers—but not on Costa Rica’s Peninsula Papagayo. Back in the 1980s, the Costa Rican government set strict regulations for the enclave—only 30 percent of the land could be developed, with a maximum building height of 50 feet. The result is a 23-mile stretch of untouched coastline that plays host to the 153-key Andaz, visible from the beach as a sprawling series of wooden lodges. Local architect Ronald Zürcher sought to emulate the natural surroundings with these structures, with roofs shaped like the ridges of an armadillo’s back stretched over curved wooden arches, set high above the ground on rounded columns. From within, the structures face forward, funneling the perspective towards the azure sea. Whether you’re wining and dining at one of the property’s Latin-influenced eateries or taking a dip in the infinity pool, this dramatic vista sets the backdrop for a luxurious experience.



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