Tucked away in the heart of Pavones is a hidden gem known as Missiones de Pavones or the Pavones Surf Hotel. The Pavones Surf Hotel sits right in the village with a short walk to the world famous Pavones surf break. There is solid income with international surfers arriving from around the world. That is the biggest draw for Pavones and this hotel stands to capitalize on its location. In addition to the Pavones surf, the hotel is just a few steps to multiple restaurants, stores and the Rio Claro. Rio Claro is a great addition with crystal clear waters to swim, fish, raft and innertube.
The Pavones Surf Hotel currently has accommodations for 30 people. Room sizes vary to attract different travelers. There are single rooms, double rooms and bunk-style rooms. The restaurant can easily be a group kitchen for the guests staying at the hostel. A manager’s apartment is on the property with its own private entrance, bathroom and kitchen. This property comes fully furnished and is ready for the next owner to take over.
Hotel comes fully furnished with everything from 4 backup queen mattresses, all cleaning supplies, cookware, tools and more.
The property is fenced and just up the little village road in Pavones near the point. The hotel is easy to access by car or foot. Public transportation is close by making it very easy for guests to get there. This is the perfect opportunity for someone looking to buy an established business with plenty of room for grow. Just bring your favorite surfboard and start living the dream.
This is a unique opportunity to own a surf hotel in the heart of Pavones. Feel the village vibe as you walk to a variety of restaurants like Tico Mex, Cafe Del Suerte, Choza de Carmelita, Ebenezers and more. There are also the Rio Claro Mercado and the Delfin Mercados close by along with a small store just a few hundred steps toward the ocean.
It features an extremely cool outside bar and restaurant. This is a community kitchen for the guests but can be expanded to serve visitors and residents as well.
The owner purchased the hotel in 2015 and paid it off within a few years from the income the hotel generated alone. The potential earnings are well over $50K.
With a short walk to Pavones Point, guests can easily take a morning coffee to check the surf. The closeness to the surf creates energy in itself.
Pavones is in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica and is best known for its left-hand surf break attracting surfer enthusiasts from all over the globe! Although the waves are the main attraction, there is so much more to do in the area. Nature hikes, waterfalls and bird watching are just a few of the enjoyable pastimes in Pavones. You can read all about it on our blog What to Do in Pavones.
Pavones is in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica and is best known for its left hand surf break attracting surfer enthusiasts from all over the globe! Although the waves are the main attraction, there is so much more to do in the area. Nature hikes, waterfalls and bird watching are just a few of the enjoyable pastimes in Pavones. To see more of What to Do in Pavones.
More on the area:
Pavones – Lonely Planet
Known as a surfer’s haven, Pavones is a small community located along the southern Pacific Coast. Surrounded by jungle and home to multiple world class surf breaks. Pavones is also surrounded by diverse wildlife in the lush rainforest nearby. Wildlife is flying, swinging, climbing and crawling everywhere you look. The rich jungle meets the coast with incredible lush tropical landscape. Wildlife abounds with a variety of monkeys including howlers and white faced, toucans, mccaws, sloths and so much more.
Pavones isn’t just another Costa Rica surfer town – this region is home to some of the best, longest wave in the world. This remote village can be a challenge to get to, but as the second longest left behind Chicama, Peru, the travels may be worth it. When a south southwest swell comes in, the surf here is fast, intense and the ride can last up to 2 minutes. No joke, Red Bull filmed Robby Naish surfing a wave for 2 minutes 15 seconds and going over 1 km!