This is one of those places that I feel like is off the beaten path – we did not run into a lot of tourists, but it was located within walking distance to a bunch of sodas, shops, a bus stop (in front of Banco National, in case you're wondering how to wait for a bus to take you to Upala or Liberia), a supermarket, etc. In fact, I'd say it would take at most 25 minutes of walking to get to the end of the strip, so you can get your food on.
We stayed here because of how close it is to Rio Celeste, which we wanted to visit and see the blue waters. Fortunately for us, Rolando had a contact who drove us to and from Rio Celeste to the unit, but you can easily drive as well.
Overall, the place was very nice, minus the fact that the water was mildly warm at most, and did not get to a level that was comfortable to shower in after a long, humid day. The room looks a lot bigger in person than it does in the pictures, however, so if you're looking for a secluded place to stay near Rio Celeste, I highly recommend this place.