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Crowne Plaza San Jose La Sabana

Explore San Jose

We are located right next to the San Jose green lung known as La Sabana Metropolitan Park Near our hotel you will find iconic and centrally located sites

Things To Do

Things To Do

Poas Volcano

Parque Nacional Volcán Poás, Poás, Alajuela 20801

Poas Volcano is an active stratovolcano. It has one of the biggest craters in the world and its acid lagoons are a big attraction.

Local Tips

Local Tips

Must See

Vast mountain ranges, volcanoes, verdand rain forest, , wildlife, bird watch, soon tempting visitors away.

What's New

Ten minutes away, you will find the historical center of San Jose, the central offices for Fortune 500, Microsoft, European Union, Dole, several embassies and fast food American restaurants such as KFC, McDonalds, Subway and Starbucks, as well as a great variety of gastronomic options. You will also find within walking distance the Costa Rican Museum of Art, National Stadium.


While you visit the Central Valley, don't forget to visit our famous volcanoes. Don't miss San Jose's downtown museums as well as the Costa Rican National Theater.Don't forget to try our well-known Fuji Restaurant and remember that if you visit us from July to November, get ready to get wet during the Costa Rican rainy season.

Must Do

Most visitors begin their experience by visiting the colourful markets, San Jose's National Theatre, the National Museum, the Gold & Jade Museum, the National Stadium (the most modern stadium in Central America). Closest beach is about one hour away from San Jose. Don´t miss the rafting tours and visit the Costa Rican rain forests.

Don't Go Home Without

Don´t go home without visiting the Poas Volcano. It is consider one of the most breathtaking sites in the entire country, being one of Costa Rica's largest and most active volcanoes. Although the last major eruption was in 1910, visitors can still see geysers explode into the air once in a while.