Nestled in the mountains of Papagayo in Guanacaste, Costa Rica has a hotel where every night’s stay costs $15,000 per night (nearly 8 million colones), and has reached the news sections of the famed Forbes site.
According to a report by journalist Ann Abel, Manzú Villa is a villa with eight rooms with capacity for 22 people, which was designed by Costa Rican architects and opened in December.
The initial target audience is American entrepreneurs, and their families and friends who must pay that amount of money for a minimum of three days.
During their stay, they will have a personal chef, yoga teacher and surfing instructor.
Other premier details include ceilings that were made by hand, doors that were carved in Indonesia, and the baths of the two main rooms are surrounded by glass walls overlooking the sea.