Built in 2004, the property stretches over the entire peninsula, an area of 49,420 very well maintained acres. A sizeable part of it is taken up by the superb golf course designed by Arnold Palmer. Fourteen of its 18 holes offer superb panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. 4 mi of peaceful pathways bordered by trees and impeccable lawns lead from the entrance of the vast estate to the reception of the Four Seasons, which is very elegant. It is located at the far end of the peninsula. The stylish, modern design of the main building, in the shape of a semi-circle, is punctuated by a series of thick walls in volcanic rock. Various natural materials have been used in the different areas of the resort. In the large spa looking over the Pacific Ocean, everything is light, impeccable, and airy. Silence is golden in this labyrinth. It offers a wide range of massages, the most popular being the Costa Rican massage with hot stones. The Four Seasons has 4 swimming pools, including a paddling pool for children, and another reserved for adults only, to to keep everyone happy. The largest one on the estate is 10,760 sq ft. The children's club opens from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm. It has a large television, computers, and various toys for children to play with in a clean, bright and colourful space. There is a youth club for older children (over 12 years), with a television room and various DVDs, and the latest games consoles (e.g. the Wii), pool, and a basketball court. Adults, do not disturb!