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Hotel Little Havana Welcomes You Back To Costa Rica

Hotel Little Havana

In accordance with the relaxing of travel restrictions, Hotel Little Havana in San Jose is happy to welcome tourists back to Costa Rica. The hotel is open and has been working dilligently to upgrade hygiene standards while providing a safe destination for international visitors.

$50/night for Stays through 2020

Reservations Booked During the Month of September

Hotel Little Havana is also pleased to extend a special rate of $50/night for CRT VIP Members. The rate applies for standard suites, reserved during the month of September and completed before the end of 2020. To receive the special rate, guests must book a reservation with the hotel directly before September 30th. Discount does not apply to reservations made through Expedia, Booking or other travel agents.

Travel Requirements

By order of the Ministry of Tourism, as of September 15th Costa Rica is open for travel for tourists from the US States of Washington, Oregon, Wyoming, Arizona, New Mexico, Michigan, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Colorado, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Effective October 1st, tourists from California are also allowed. The list of approved states is subject to change, depending on the epidemiological situation for individual states.

In order to travel, tourists must purchase a round trip flight, and meet the following requirements.

  • Complete a digital Health Pass on the website of Ministry of Health, prior to travel.
  • Obtain a negative PCR-RT coronavirus test, which must have been taken within 72 hours prior to the flight to Costa Rica.
  • Purchase a travel insurance policy that covers accommodation in case of quarantine and medical expenses due to COVID-19 ($12.50 per day, age 70 and under or $22.60 age 70 and up with Sagicor or price by quote with INS).
  • Present a driver’s license or State ID, proving residence in one of the list of approved states.

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