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Occidental Papagayo going adults only, offering deal

Posted by Paul Kandarian  October 8, 2013 10:00 AM

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Occidental Grand Papagayo in Costa Rica is converting to an adults-only property Nov. 1, and offering a deal - every other night free, essentially a 50-percent break on lodging - available for bookings through Oct. 31, and good for travel Nov. 1-April 29, 2014. Hotel officials said the decision to convert to adults only grew from a number of factors, including guests expressing a desire for an adults-only experience. The resort has four restaurants and bars, a disco bar, and a variety of water sports, and is located on Costa Rica’s northern Pacific coast. For information, visit www.occidentalhotels.com/resort/occidental-grand-papagayo

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