Savegre Mountain Hotel

Savegre Mountain Hotel

The Savegre Mountain Hotel, also known as Cabinas Chacón, is located in San Gerardo de Dota, a small community in the Talamanca mountains in the midst of a precious ecosystem... Here you will find a deep cloud forest filled with massive oaks and other native species.  

 The woods serve as a sanctuary for a large number of mammals and innumerable species of insects, amphibians, amazing plants and colorful birds, a paradise for birdwatchers.

In the midst of exuberant tropical cloud forest and bounded by beautiful gardens with colorful flowers sorrounded by hummingbirds, you find our comfortable fine facilities. Our rooms are equipped with heating systems or fireplace, private bath with hot water, comfortable beds, and all the amenities from first class service.
The pure mountain air adds to the feeling of peace and relaxation that you will experience while staying with us, great nights just on the edge of an amazing tropical cloud forest, the song of birds in the awakening, and the harmonius countryside, are just a few of the elements that will turn your visit into the greatest holidays you have ever had.
In our restaurant Las Bromelias, you can enjoy meals served a la
carte or buffet style, each providing a wide and delicious variety of
international and traditional Costa Rican cuisine, as well as
the house specialty - a freshly caught rainbow trout
that will delight your palate.
Savegre Mountain Hotel's Private Biological Reserve is located in the environs of the Cerro de la Muerte in the Talamanca Mountain Range. It consists of Cloud Forest with elevations varying between 1,220 and 2,560 meters above sea level.
The annual rainfall is 2550 millimeters and the temperature vary between -2.2 and 26 degrees centigrade (28 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit). The relative humidity is 70% year-round.
The reserve is made up of 400 hectares of forest, 80% of which is virgin, while the remainder is newer growth, including reforestation programs using native species - especially laurels. The area is frequently visited by eco-tourists from around the world who come to enjoy the large diversity of plant life, including oak and laurel trees, orchids and bromelias. This animal life includes more than 170 species of birds - including the magnificent Quetzal - as well as numerous mammals, amphibians, and insects.


  • Bar
  • Hot Water
  • Laundry
  • Mountain View
  • Parking
  • Private garden
  • Phone
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • TV
  • Other


  • Canopy
  • HorseBack Riding
  • Mountain Bike
  • Other


  • Bird Watching
  • Ecotourism
  • Families
  • Hiking
  • Honeymoon
  • Mountains
  • Other



Breakfast and taxes included

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