Travel to the Mother Earth Vegan Hotel where organic lifestyle and modern architecture come together. Made for the eco-conscious traveler, this hotel features the best of Costa Rica, which is where it is located. Just minutes away from Tamarindo Beach, Mother Earth Vegan Hotel is the first vegan, plant-based hotel in the country.
With their poolside restaurant, Off The Grid, they offer a variety of delicious options, such as buffalo cauliflower wings as a starter; their famous Mother Earth Burger as an appetizer; Risotto alla funghi as a special; and Coconut Creme brulee for dessert.
As for their amenities, Mother Earth Vegan Hotel is able to combine sustainability and luxury into a vacation experience filled with lots of relaxation and wellness promotion. No animals were hurt in the creation and building of the hotel, solar panels are installed all over the building, and the hotel actually has its own water conservation and recycling system. Guests can dive into their saltwater pool, enjoy their dynamic yoga class, and explore their rooftop healing studio! For room features, guests can expect to find energy paintings, fluffy pillows that are animal-friendly, and all-organic bath amenities from RAW Botanics.
Activities available to do on the property include meditation, Reiki, and yoga, all conveniently located in the rooftop healing studio. If interested, guests can find a chance to rebalance their body, mind, and spirit here where staff are also trying their best to provide classes in every mode of yoga possible. Currently, lessons and workshops are catered to all levels and are opened to the hotel's guests and visitors as well. For every class, all equipment needed is provided along with a complimentary energizing juice shot. If guests venture off the property, they can enjoy Giant Manta Ray watching, go on a boat tour of the Palo Verde, and have a boat safari at the Mangrove.
With so much food, amenities, and activities to try at such a luxurious, eco-friendly, and organic hotel, why wouldn't you want to check in right now or sometime soon in 2021?
WORDS BY: Theresa Do