Contemporary Villa designed for the relaxed luxury traveler
Casa Bri-Bri is a contemporary villa set 200meters from the white sand of North Santa Teresa beach. Casa Bri-Bri is 5,050 square feet designed by award winning Costa Rican Architect Benjamin Garcia Saxe.
Bri-Bri is one of two villas on the Joya property. Comprised of four master bedrooms, each with a king sized bed. Two of the masters have Spa style ensuite bathrooms. While the other two have the convenience of their own private half ensuite and share a magnificent full sized bathroom. All bedrooms have air conditioning.
Casa Bri-Bri boasts amazing views of the majestic Pacific Ocean, Cabo Blanco Nature reserve and the beautiful green canopy below.
This villa has ample space for large groups and families. With three living areas, an oversized pool, open plan living, kitchen and dining area, Casa Bri-Bri provides space to escape but still feel part of your group.
With the added bonus of a TV Room that can double as a fifth bedroom, Casa Bri-Bri is the perfect choice for families or groups of up to eight.
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