The official opening is on December 15th, but we have received our first group of nature enthusiasts. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Our General Manager Rolando Guzman and his team are currently managing the final days of construction. We are already sold out for certain a few days during the holidays.
Senda is located a stone’s throw from the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve on Costa Rica’s Continental Divide. We strive to bring modern design and a new contemporary vibe to this must-visit mountain-top town. Senda features 24 guest rooms and suites with open-air porches overlooking lush gardens and the Pacific Ocean in the distance. Guests can expect luxury amenities, fresh upscale interiors and playful nooks to relax, all accented with stylish artwork made locally.
Created with the sophisticated adventurer in mind, Senda provides a modern, welcoming base for those wishing to embrace the outdoors, walk amongst the clouds and experience all that is unique to the region, be it rare wildlife or the heavy Quaker influence. Connected by a hanging bridge to the new Aguti Wildlife Refuge, guests may explore the cloud forests close to home, walk to the charming town center for coffee and craft beer, or venture out on any number of other Monteverde adventures.
“The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is one of Costa Rica’s most sacred treasures, and we are thrilled to finally be launching a property in this region,” said Hans Pfister, Co-Founder and President of the Cayuga Collection of Sustainable Luxury Hotels and Lodges. “The Cayuga Collection prides itself in providing travelers with authentic experiences that redefine and raise the bar of sustainable luxury, and Senda is a property that not only captures the magic of the Reserve but a destination that will leave an indelible mark on all those who visit.”
Established in 1972 and originally covering approximately 800 acres of forested land, today the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve extends well over 35,000 acres, encompassing eight life zones atop the Continental Divide. Boasting more than 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, and 1,200 species of amphibians and reptiles, the Reserve also features over eight miles of trails offering endless opportunities for all sorts of visitors and nature enthusiasts, making it a captivating backdrop for this special property.
Senda is an ideal base for sophisticated travelers looking to discover this remarkable destination in the clouds. For more information, please visit www.sendamonteverde.com.