Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt can't seem to get enough of this tourist-friendly Central American nation.
After spending Christmas Day here with Colombian refugees, the Hollywood couple plan to ring in 2007 at the exclusive Four Seasons Resort in Papagayo on Costa Rica's northern Pacific coast, La Nacion newspaper reported.
A telephone call to Pitt's publicist in Beverly Hills, Calif., wasn't immediately returned Thursday.
Accompanied by their three children, a nanny and a personal chef, the Jolie-Pitt entourage, registered as "the Black family," have been staying at the resort since last Friday, the report said.
Jolie and Pitt have three children: 5-year-old Maddox, adopted from Cambodia; 23-month-old daughter, Zahara, adopted from Ethiopia; and 6-month old daughter, Shiloh, who was born to the couple in May.
The hotel's Web site describes the facility as "spilling down a lush mountainside to an isthmus of golden sand," and says room rates range from $470 to $6,800 a night.
Jolie, 31, and Pitt, 43, spent Christmas Day in Costa Rica with refugee children and families from Colombia, also part of Jolie's ambassadorship for the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, the agency said.
There are about 11,500 refugees in Costa Rica, most of whom fled Colombia because of the conflict among leftist guerrillas, soldiers and paramilitary forces.
"I am deeply affected by having had the opportunity to be with them," said Costa Rica's former Culture Minister Guido Saenz, who gave the couple a tour of the country's art museum. "They have a mixture of physical beauty, great talent and an altruistic attitude."
Jolie co-stars in the Universal Pictures drama "The Good Shepherd" with Matt Damon and Robert De Niro. Pitt stars in "Babel," a Paramount Vantage release.
Universal Pictures is owned by NBC Universal, a joint venture of General Electric Co. and Vivendi Universal. Paramount is a division of Viacom Inc.
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