For the fourth consecutive year, Parador Resort & Spa passed the Certification for Sustainable Tourism Program offered by the Costa Rican Tourism Board with flying colors, receiving five leaves out of five.
Every day is “Environment Day” at Parador, but yesterday a group of leaders from the Parador Volunteer Program
To celebrate this special day we invited children from the Finca Anita Elementary School and the La Inmaculada Elementary School to participate in several cultural activities.
Parador Resort & Spa Wins the Prestigious Green Flag for its “Seal of Sanitary Quality” program in two categories: Hotel (five stars, highest qualification) & Restaurant (five stars, highest qualification).
Thanks to all our staff for this outstanding achievement!
Generosity is one of the most ennobling of the virtues one has. Sharing with others, living today and doing good without worrying about tomorrow – this is what embraces the essence of a generous being. It is how hearts are conquered; get to know each heart so that all become one with yourself.
There is no doubt that voluntary blood donors have saved not one life but many thousands of lives. But the supreme value of blood is not in the red liquid that flows through our arteries and veins, but in the love of the heart that compels it to surrender.
To share your love by giving blood elevates this humanitarian act to heights almost divine. This is what employees of Parador Resort & Spa have done today; join the National Bank and generously share a bit of life to those who need it most.
THANKS TO ALL WHO CONTRIBUTED A DROP OF LOVE. “
Parador Resort & Spa, host of the 2013 Offshore World Championship, welcomes a total 67 teams of anglers from 31 countries led by Tournament Director Dan Jacobs.
OWC Kick-Off Party. From Flamenco, Belly Dancing to Swing Criollo! Spectacular Evening!
On April 11, hotel staff, community members and partners joined forces to clean up downtown Quepos including the waterfront and the Marina. Thank you to all our team members for your support!
Since opening our doors in 1993, Parador Resort & Spa in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, has inspired travelers to protect, recycle, respect and honor precious resources at home and beyond, a fact that recently earned our hotel the coveted Platinum Award for “Leader in Sustainable Tourism” from National Geographic Traveler Magazine and Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI).
The global initiative Pack for a Purpose caught our attention the minute we heard about their work encouraging travelers to use available space in their luggage to provide supplies to the communities they visit. Just five pounds (2.27 kilos) can make a world of difference.
We joined forces with them and today, thanks to our generous guests, the kids of the Anita and Quebrada Arroyo Primary School and the El Negro Primary School are smiling as they learn. View Photo Gallery>>
The children in our area have now been blessed with the pencils, notebooks and books they needed to enhance their education, social skills and lives.
Recently, our resort had the honor of hosting the VIP crew from “Little People, Big World” who filmed an entire episode about the Roloff family on a visit to Costa Rica.
To our surprise, Amy Roloff, an early education teacher, her son Zachary’s girlfriend Victoria Patton, who’s studying to be an elementary school teacher, and Molly Roloff, a Spanish major in college, took the opportunity to deliver the supplies to the schools and spend some time with the students. View Photo Gallery>>
This is what we call making a lasting impact on the lives of children! Would you like to join us? Click here to learn more about what supplies you can bring >>
Today, Parador staff joined the local community for the beautification of Quepos Park, home to the Monument to the Heroes of 1856 . A variety of native trees were planted including four trees donated by couple recently married at our hotel who celebrated a Green Wedding.
Teach the children well: Parador Resort & Spa was among the sponsors of a recent activity in Manuel Antonio that took one more step towards ensuring a better future for our children and our planet.
The “Jacinto Basurilla” event—hosted by the Costa Rican Tourism Institute—brought together 150 kids from several local schools to teach them how to care for the environment and their community in different ways such as recycling, by not throwing trash in the streets and more.
A big shout out to our team at Parador for volunteering and to all the kids for a job well done!! View Photo Gallery >>