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Hotel Vista Celestial responds to demand for luxury yoga retreats in Costa Rica

Costa Rica's Vista Celestial hotel has further cemented its position as the best destination for holidaymakers interested in an exclusive luxury yoga retreat. The boutique hotel has completed the construction of a jungle yoga platform that offers serene views of Utica's rainforest and the Pacific Ocean.

Hotel Vista Celestial responds to demand for luxury yoga retreats in Costa Rica

Vista Celestial Hotel, an exclusive boutique hotel in Uvita, Costa Rica that focuses on wellness, fitness and yoga, has recently completed the construction of a jungle yoga platform overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the beautiful rain forest that surrounds the property.

The newly constructed platform, able to fit up to 20 people, makes Vista Celestial hotel an even more ideal destination for a group yoga retreat.

Proud owner of Vista Celestial Hotel, Jennifer Dunphy, explained:

"We're excited to add this incredible yoga experience to Vista Celestial. The jungle yoga experience is incredible at dawn when you can hear nature come alive."

In recent years the luxury tourism market for Costa Rica has experienced a notable growth as evidenced by the rise in luxury villa rentals in recent years. At the end of 2014, Luxury Retreats a luxury holiday rental provider, released a report of the latest booking trends.

Among Luxury Retreats' findings was that Costa Rica was among the most popular luxury holiday destinations along with Caribbean destinations like Barbados and St Martin as well as Mexico's Riviera Maya and Cabo San Lucas. Vista Celestial Hotel not only caters to this growing luxury market but recognizes the increasing importance placed on health and wellness with the hotel available exclusively for private luxury yoga retreats.

Costa Rica has built a reputation as one of Central America's leading holiday destinations and has been particularly been recognized for its eco tourism offerings. In early February 2015, the Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT) reported that Costa Rica had broken all its previous records.

Year-on-year there was a 4.1% growth in the number of travellers taking holidays in Costa Rica with 2,526,817 international arrivals recorded. There was an 8.3% growth in foreign exchange income when compared to 2013 and the length stay for visitors in 2014 averaged between 12 and 13 nights with expenditure per stay averaging between 1,300 and 1,400 dollars.

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