To start off the new year, my extended family and I went down to Costa Rica and enjoyed some time at a couple of Marriott properties. The Westin Reserva Conchal, an All-Inclusive Golf Resort & Spa was the first property that we stayed at.
The Westin brand takes pride in placing the well-being of its guests at the forefront, focusing on six key pillars: Sleep Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Feel Well, Work Well, and Play Well.
The Westin Reserva Conchal has specifically curated a unique, all-inclusive experience that addresses these pillars and caters to both adults travelling on their own and also those travelling with families.
The Westin Reserva Conchal, an All-Inclusive Golf Resort & Spa – Booking
The rates at the Westin Reserva Conchal vary greatly depending on the season and how far in advance you book.
In 2024, pricing for a base-level Deluxe Junior Suite ranges between $493–1,297 (USD) per night for two adults and two children under age five. Keep in mind that these are all-inclusive rates, meaning that it covers your food and beverages, as well as most activities on the resort.
The maximum occupancy in the Deluxe, Premium, and Family Junior Suites is two adults and two children, with the exception of some Family Junior Suites with bunk beds that will accommodate a third child.
There’s no additional charge for children aged five and under, but adding children aged 6–12 to the reservation will incur a higher room rate, and it’ll be higher still when adding children who are 13 and older.
If redeeming Marriott Bonvoy points for your stay, you can expect to pay between 77,500–122,500 points per night.
However, unlike the cash price, which varies depending on the number and the ages of the guests in the room, the number of points required doesn’t change. Given this, if booking with Bonvoy points, you’ll get the best value when travelling as a family of four with older children.
On this trip, we were booking for two families, plus one set of grandparents, for a total of 12 guests (six adults and six kids).
Both my sister and I have families of five, which would bump us into the more expensive Family Junior Suite with a bunk bed. Notably, the Family Junior Suites also aren’t available to book through points redemptions.