Zephyr Palace voted Costa Rica’s leading hotel

October 26, 2012

World Travel Awards has named Costa Rica’s Zephyr Palace as the “Top Hotel in Costa Rica.” According to a press release from Zephyr Palace, the awards were given to leading travel brands from the Americas and the Caribbean at the World Travel Awards Ceremony at Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa on Sept. 14.

Zephyr Palace is part of the Villa Caletas complex on the central Pacific coast. The palace’s name and design was inspired by the mythological Greek God of the west wind, Zephyros, considered the gentlest wind. Today, Zephyr means a warm and light breeze.

Zephyr Palace aims to capture that spirit with its over-the-top design and architecture that “make you feel like you are a world away while you feel the enchantment of the mansion sunbathing in your private pool or relaxing in your African inspired suite.”

To celebrate the award, Villa Caletas’ Zephyr Palace is offering a specially priced vacation package through Dec. 15. 

To find out more, visit www.zephyrpalace.com or www.villacaletas.com, or call 2630-3000.

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