Costa Rica Luxury Resort Boasts Increase in Reservations Over 2009 – Resorts Witnessing a Recovering Economic Market

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Costa Rica National Tourism Board (Cámara Nacional de Turismo (Canatur)), study shows an increase in arrivals to Costa Rica, for July 2010. A sure sign that the economy is recovering.

Costa Rica Resort - Recreo

The U.S. market is fundamental for Costa Rica tourism and is expected to improve with the economic recovery.

Management of Recreo Costa Rica, a luxury villa resort located in the North Western province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica and along the Pacific coast, a mere stone's throw from the new Liberia International airport, reports reservations and occupancy rates higher than 2009, with projections of increased reservations and occupancy for July 2010.

Paul Pawlowski, CEO of Recreo Costa Rica Resort, (http://www.recreocostarica.com) stated, “We have witnessed an unprecedented turn-around over last year with reservations being far stronger this July, as opposed to July 2009.” Mr. Pawlowski –words mimic this months forecasts made by the Costa Rica National Tourism Board (Cámara Nacional de Turismo (Canatur)), following the results of a study that show an increase in arrivals to Costa Rica, for July 2010.

The Canatur Study results signify that just over 81,000 tourists from the United States will arrive in Costa Rica this month, representing an increase of over 1,900 visitors over July 2009. Juan Carlos Ramos, the current Canatur President stated "The U.S. market is fundamental for Costa Rica tourism and is expected to improve with the economic recovery".

Recreo Costa Rica Resort offers all-inclusive luxury villas to include highly knowledgeable English speaking Concierge to assist US tourists with each available during normal business hours.

In 2009, United States tourism represented 44% of all arrivals into Costa Rica.

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