Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton San Jose-Airport

Alajuela Hotel
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Total meeting space93 sq. m
Guest rooms100
Hwy 1 Airport Blvd

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton San Jose-Airport

Alajuela Hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Internet access

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space93 sq. m
Meeting rooms2
Largest room56 sq. m
Second largest room30 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms100
Double (Two beds)36



Local Attractions

Sarchi The Souvernirs Town

20 mi. away
Neighboring Grecia, a few kilometers away is the quaint little town of Sarchi, known throughout Costa Rica for its beautiful and intricate arts and crafts and souvenirs. Lying some 30 km northwest of Alajuela city, in Alajuela province, the town of Sarchi is perhaps most widely recognized for its colorful and decorative oxcarts that have been made here for over a century.

National Theater

9 mi. away
The National Theatre of Costa Rica (Spanish: Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica) is the national theatre of Costa Rica; a theatre located in the central section of San José, Costa Rica. Construction began in 1891, and it opened to the public on October 21, 1897 with a performance of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust. The National Theatre is the maximum representation of economical stability of the nation, in a period of time when coffee exports were a round success. The use of the theatre is limited to high quality performances, undergoing a very selective process prior to admission for performing. The building is considered the finest historical building in the capital and is known for its exquisite interior with lavish furnishings
San Jose

Plaza Real Cariari Mall

3 mi. away
Located on the highway General Canas 5 minutes from the hotel. Includes three levels with movie theaters and large food court. Department stores include Alyss, Blooms and Brand Fashion. Open everyday from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Volcan Poas National Park

10 mi. away
Volcan Poas is one of the most visited volcanoes in Costa Rica, because of its proximity to San Jose and because of the luxuriant forest that surrounds the two craters. The park measures 5600 hectares, and this basaltic volcano stands at an altitude of 2708 meters (8,200 feet) above sea level. One of the craters measures 1.5 kilometers in diameter (0.9 miles) and is 300 meters deep (900 feet). At the bottom of this prehistoric-looking hole, there is a medium sized lagoon, that spews boiling sulphurous gases. The other crater is the one mentioned above, called Botos Lagoon, which unlike the other lake, contains cold water that connects to the Rio Angel, and later to the large Rio Sarapiqui. The volcano has had a long history of eruptions, going back as much as 11 million years ! On January 25, 1910, the volcano spewed out 640,000 tons of ash, and in the period of 1952-1954, it bombarded nearby areas with ash and rocks. Since then, the Poas has maintained a low profile, but as recently as 1989, the park was closed because of dangerous sulphurous gas emissions. Its geyser-like eruptions of muddy water and steam, have given it the reputation as the world’s largest geyser The Volcan Poas National Park is one of the most visited protected areas in the country. The ride there is scenic and pleasant, and since it’s only 47 kilometers away from San Jose, many local and foreign visitors flock to the park, especially on weekends. The La Paz waterfall, which is only twenty minutes away from the park, is the most photographed waterfall in all of Costa Rica. Visitors to the park won’t want to miss out on it.
Alajuela, CR

International Mall

2 mi. away
Located near the airport in Alajuela, this somewhat run down two-level mall includes a small food court, shops and a movie theater.

National Museum

9 mi. away
The national museum or Museo Nacional is located in an old fort, which was marked by bullet holes during the 1948 Civil War. The archaeological room offers several Indian artifacts made of stone and clay, like pottery. The colonial room presents facts about the conquest and also some examples of religious art brought by the Spaniards. Another section of the Museum is dedicated to current exhibits.
San Jose

The Costa Rica international Airport

5 minutes away
The San Jose International Airport or as it is known, the Juan Santamaria International Airport is the first and oldest airport in Costa Rica. It was named after the brave drummer boy Juan Santamaria, who died in the Battle of Rivas in 1856 defending his country against the invading forces of American invader William Walker. The primary airport in Costa Rica, the San Jose International Airport sits just outside of Downtown San Jose, about a 20 minute drive away from most major hotels and accommodations in the San Jose area. With most US and international carriers landing here, this airport also serves as a domestic flight terminal for those wishing to travel within the country itself. Some of the major international airlines that land here include American, United, KLM, Delta, Taca, British Airways, Continental, Cubana, Mexicana, Iberia and American West.

Alajuela Downtown

Business district
1 mi. away
Alajuela city is known as Costa Rica seond city. It has a rich colonial history and it is a welcoming nice and clean city. The soaring whitewashed cathedral is a testament to the city’s past as a colonial administrative center for nearby coffee plantations. Alajuela city is an easy to walk city, with fairly good signs.

Distance from airport

  • 0.16 km from venue


If you're looking for a hotel in the Central Valley, home of San Jose, the capital and largest city in Costa Rica, look no further. Our Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton hotel in San Jose - Airport next to the San Jose airport is the most conveniently located hotel in Costa Rica, especially for the many people who use San Jose as the primary gateway to the major Costa Rican National Parks and free trade zones. Just five minutes away from the International Airport and one block away from most car rental and return centers, our hotel in Costa Rica's Airport Boulevard is the perfect starting point for your trip. We have two meeting rooms available for your convenience. The 598 sq ft Tropico Humedo can accommodate up to 50 people in a classroom setting; also can be arranged for small receptions. The 299 sq ft Bosque Nuboso is perfect for meetings up to 10 people. When you have an event with us, you get free wireless internet, free international calls, free airport shuttle service, & free A/V equipment!


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