There is no doubt that the concept of luxury is different for everyone, our experiences, tastes, learned behaviors and education determine our perception of the world and what luxury represents for each of us.
The passage of years enables us to find on the way the definition of what can be an experience of luxury, and contrary to what many times we may be led to believe, luxury is something that increasingly distances itself from excesses and that requires a life experience that feeds the soul, contributes development to the place that is visited and that has an authentic, unique and original essence.
Luxury tourism is something that Costa Rica knows how to compete with and offer in the different markets, consolidating a series of options that go hand in hand with the variety of microclimates and wonders that this world-famous destination can offer.
Within that variety of natural beauties that Costa Rica offers as a destination focused on sustainable tourism, luxury takes on a new concept that solidified its foundations after the pandemic; quality tourism – not quantity tourism.
The concept of unique, private and personalized activities that can be enjoyed by the family in open spaces take on greater relevance after living a stage of confinement where our normality was conditioned.
This concept is the world view of Sensoria, it is the concept of luxury that promotes a service of the highest quality, that takes care of the harmony of the space where it develops its commercial activity and that seeks sustainable and equitable development with the people who inhabit it. The surroundings of this magical place, the closest rain forest to the hotel zone of Guanacaste.
Imagine being able to enjoy at night a private pool. With its own waterfall of hot springs, in the middle of a rainforest located on the slopes of an active volcano, and with a high-class service to make your experience unforgettable. A pleasure of pleasures rarely repeatable.
A little sinful pleasure since this has a minimal impact on nature. Sensoria only has buildings on 1% of its property, it also represents development for local communities, that have limited sources of employment, and that allows Sensoria to generate resources to continue protecting 100 hectares (acres) bordering the Rincón de la Vieja National Park, in an off-grid operation.
According to the most recent post-pandemic research, 61% of U.S. Travelers want to vacation in a more sustainable way, and 73% of global travelers say sustainable travel is important to them. These numbers are based on Booking.com’s 2022 Sustainable Travel Report.
This vision of sustainable tourism has always been the vision of luxury tourism for Sensoria, starting operations on Wednesday, December 18, 2013. Fernando Madrigal, has cultivated with his family throughout this time the need to grow hand in hand with the community. In order to achieve the highest standards of service in a single place Thanks to training that allows you to take your staff to another level.
A quality in the experience that takes it to a level of luxury that can be appreciated by everyone. Regardless of what everyone recognizes or identifies as luxury. As evidenced is the upgrade in the level of detail and splendor achieved with the private pool service at night. A unique worldwide experience for lower environmental impact of living the life of the rainforest at night, immersed in a pool of hot springs.
Remember that for many travelers today luxury goes hand in hand with sustainability. Put your action plan into practice, starting by educating staff, suppliers and customers about your company’s responsibility policies, and thus achieve an experience of sustainable luxury.