- Open Daily
- 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
La Reserva Highlights
- Infused Rum Tasting
This truly unique experience let's you create rum infusions by choosing from a selection of young rums and infusion ingredients, including vanilla sticks, cinnamon, cloves, orange peel, cardamom, anise, coffee beans and cocoa. One of our rum master specialists will guide you through the infusion process, explaining how each the ingredient will affect the rum’s flavour profile.
- Coffee Tasting Class
Heighten your senses and learn more about the preparation behind coffee making, and how different processes result in different flavours, during a coffee tasting class. The tasting teaches you several ways to prepare coffee, including Chorreado, traditionally brewed Costa Rican-style.
- Mixology Class
Discover insider tips and learn to make your favourite drinks a master class in the fine art of mixology. From classic cocktails to an original concoction with fresh, organic ingredients, you'll learn special techniques include using smoke and dry ice to bring a touch of magic to each drink.
- Chocolate Rum Tasting
Our Chocolate Rum Tasting experience invites you to sample four distinct rums and rum infusions along with luscious Costa Rican chocolate from Heinrik Budholdt, a local artisanal chocolate maker.
More Dining Options
AñejoIn the evenings, lively Añejo becomes the heart of the hotel, with a DJ spinning, creative aperitifs flowing and tapas being shared. Stop by in the morning to grab an acai bowl or green juice before you head to your surf lesson – our breakfast bites are made to go.
Palapita Tap HouseUnwind before or after a round of golf, tennis or pickleball at our relaxed new venue, Palapita Tap House. Located at the Tennis Centre, enjoy a variety of Costa Rican Street food and locally crafted beer by Papagayo Brewery.
NemareLocated at the elegant Peninusla Papagayo golf clubhouse, Nemare is a sophisticated steakhouse that offers a creative culinary experience. The restaurant’s name and locally infused dining concept is drawn from the Chorotega word for “smoke,” celebrated across the menu in its craft cocktails and flavourful dishes.