La Sula Beach Lounge features five thatched palapas with different seating arrangements and new canopy-covered day beds, all in the hotel's signature white, injected with splashes of bright red. Should you so desire, light snacks and drinks are served by a dedicated waitstaff.
Beach lounge at Le Cameleon — Photo courtesy of Le Cameleon Hotel
La Sula takes its name from the indigenous BriBri culture, in which La Sula is a good spirit, a guardian of souls who nurtures new life in the world and represents the feminine. La Sula seems a fine space to illustrate its host hotel's motto: “Every day is a new day.”
When Hotel Le Caméléon opened five years ago, it was one of the area's first modern boutique hotels, and its presence marked the Caribbean's slow evolution from surfer village to savvy traveler destination. Nestled between the turquoise water and the lush green jungle, La Sula Lounge is supremely located between Puerto Viejo de Limon to the north and Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge to the south.
One can't but help imagine spending lots and lots of time at La Sua Beach Lounge and on the Caribbean coast, where magical experiences await in this virtually untouched section of jungle by the sea. It's a perfect venue for special occasions; wedding, anniversary parties, and family reunions are specialties of Hotel Le Caméléon.
From the unusual white design that complements the rainforest to the sparkling infinity pool and now the sophisticated, red-splashed La Sula Beach Lounge, this place makes an undeniably exotic and dreamy honeymoon destination, too.
Even if you decide to stay but a few hours or a single weekend, it will be a time filled with unforgettable experiences, especially if you can pry yourself just beyond the beautiful grounds.
Nearby activities to visit include an indigenous BriBri family that makes chocolate the old-fashioned way; Jaguar Rescue Center just down the road - where you'll play with sloths and monkeys; snorkeling off the coast of the stunning Punta Uva beach; and fishing for the barracuda, tarpon, tuna and kingfish that populate the Caribbean waters.
La Sula Beach Lounge is located in the small beach community of Cocles, approximately four hours from San Jose and three kilometers beyond Puerto Viejo de Limon.
For information and reservations, call 2750-0501 or visit LeCameleonHotel.com.