Quepos Vacation Rentals

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Make Quepos your next getaway—choose from 15 great vacation rentals

Indulge in some adventure or quiet time in Costa Rica with Quepos vacation rentals. Quepos is a coastal town, originally named for the native Quepo Indians, and serves as a gateway to Manuel Antonio National Park. Its number of convenient attractions for shopping, dining, and nightlife, makes Quepos one of the most popular destinations in all of Costa Rica. 

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Quepos vacation rentals for every getaway

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Casa de Agua
3 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 7

Casa de Agua - Quepos, Pu

$459 avg / night
Laguna Eco Village #213
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Laguna Eco Village #213 - Quepos, Pu

$187 avg / night
Villa Manuel & The Loft
7 Bedroom | 4.5 Bath | Sleeps 14

Villa Manuel & The Loft - Quepos, Pu

$331 avg / night
Laguna Eco Village #214
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Laguna Eco Village #214 - Quepos, Pu

$187 avg / night
Laguna Eco Village #211
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Laguna Eco Village #211 - Quepos, Pu

$162 avg / night

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Recent Quepos vacation rental reviews

Great location - peaceful and beautiful Amazing pool and garden Apartment has (almost) everything a family would need A very big and comfortable bed (master bedroom) AC and fans cool down the place very fast All kitchen supplies and toiletries are provided
Valeriy S. | Aug 2022
This georgeous home was right in the middle of everything we wanted from our vacation. Just a few minutes drive to beaches, restaurants, the marina and of course the national park. We loved the infinity pool and the private deck and having wildlife all around. More services were available than listed, including laundry and beach towels. The owner was great and super accommodating. Make sure to get tips from him on the restaurants and beach spots to hit.
JOEL M. | Jul 2022
the house is beautiful and right in the rain forest. We had monkeys jumping around in trees each morning. House had everything we needed for family of 6.
tawnya m. | Jun 2022
Quepos Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. 15 of our Quepos vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.

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Some of the most popular amenities in our Quepos vacation rentals include:

Our standard check-in time is 4:00 p.m., and the check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Some exceptions apply—after you book, you’ll find check-in and check-out details in the Vacasa guest app or your Trip Manager.

Absolutely. Our local Quepos team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.

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No worries, plans change. Read over our cancellation policy for more information. And if you currently have a Vacasa reservation for Quepos, log in to Trip Manager to see options available for your specific trip.

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Explore our Quepos, Costa Rica vacation rentals

Experience Costa Rica like a local with Quepos vacation rentals. When the sun sets over Quepos, the town comes alive with venues like Cuban Republik Disco-Lounge and Bambu Jam, offering the live music, dancing, and cocktails from dusk until dawn. Join in the nightlife, forge your own adventure, or skip the crowds for some quiet time alone, then return to the comfortable home base awaiting you back in your vacation rental.

Where is Quepos?

Quepos is located right on the Pacific Coast in the Puntarenas Province, about 65 miles due south of San José, Costa Rica's capital city. Fly into Juan Santamaría International Airport and then take a bus (the least expensive option), hire a metered taxi, or rent a car for the scenic drive down to Quepos.

Things to Do in Quepos

Most visitors to Quepos are there to enjoy the neighboring Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio (aka Manuel Antonio National Park). While not an especially large national park, this eight-square-mile coastal refuge boasts beautiful dense forests, hiking trails, sandy beaches, and diverse native wildlife. With its turquoise blue waters, lush forests, mangrove swamps, plunging waterfalls, and over 180 exotic bird species calling this park home, it's not hard to see why Forbes listed it among the twelve most beautiful national parks in the world in 2011.

Hit the hiking trails and come up close and personal to many of the impressive and beautiful natural features of the Quepos area. If hiking’s not your style, don’t miss out on the views—take a tour from horseback, bicycle, on a Segway, dangling from a zip line, or even skydiving out of a plane.

Add a little spice to your visit by touring the Villa Vanilla Spice Plantation, a sustainable organic spice farm located about nine miles northeast of Quepos. This plantation offers half-day guided tours of the grounds, where you'll see how spices are grown and processed - and yes, you can sample some of their many products.

If you're looking for dining options in Quepos, there are a number of fantastic, five-star restaurants offering a wide range of different cuisines including Gabriella's for steak, seafood, and pasta, the Z Gastro Bar for Caribbean selections, and El Mirador Bar & Restaurant - overlooking the water - for traditional Costa Rican fare. For quick, low-cost bites, check out Sancho's, La Cocina, and the Manuel Antonio Falafel Bar.

Day Trips from Quepos

If you're looking for things to do just outside of Quepos, there are a number of worthwhile destinations within a short drive of downtown. Visit the Carara National Park to see one of the largest remaining populations of Scarlet Macaws, just 60 miles north. Also nearby, check out the Tarcoles Crocodile Bridge, well-known for its resident population of massive crocodiles.


There are also several phenomenal beaches up and down the coast with ideal conditions for sunbathing and swimming. Playa Hermosa and other beaches near Jacó, about 40 miles up the coast, are perfect and even world-famous destinations for prime surfing.