(FINANCIAL TIMES) – Up in Costa Rica, Sendero, which opened earlier this year, has a story as good as its location: Stefanie Tannenbaum got marooned in the surf town of Nosara with her husband and then-new baby by the pandemic in early 2020. What was meant to be a surfing holiday became a months-long stay, then a permanent relocation.
Sendero, which she opened with fellow expat Sarah Kosterlitz, is the result of that commitment: the surf school that already existed on the property she acquired still gets top billing; old tiles and bricks were reclaimed across the capital of San Jose and beyond for the actual building. The jungle rooms (a handful of the 25 accommodations) have outdoor showers and lower prices than the suites, which have custom platform beds, pretty crittal glass doors, separate living areas and private balconies.— Maria Shollenbarger
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