Hotel Alameda

Alameda Roosevelt y 43 Avenida Sur, San Salvador, El Salvador
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
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Very Good
37%
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Average
25%
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Poor
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  • Families50
  • Couples66
  • Solo0
  • Business50

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San Salvador Hotels

by ricardo777777

Looking for a hotel in San salvador near the Metro Center ($40-$50/dbl).

Thanx

Ricardo

Re: San Salvador Hotels

by thelukey

The last time that my wife and I stayed in the Hotel Miramonte (which is just behind the Hotel Real InterContinental, which itself is right across the street from MetroCentro), we paid $40 a night. The rooms aren't anything to write home about, but they are clean and the hotel is very secure.

A nicer option in the same price range, but a little bit further from MetroCentro in a neighborhood near the Estadio Flor Blanca, is the Villa Serena, where some people I used to work with would always stay when they were in El Salvador. From what I could gather when visiting them there, the people who run the Villa Serena are very kind and helpful.

Travel Tips for San Salvador

I loved this country! It's...

by Frogfifer

I loved this country! It's weather is beautiful, and because of its small size, you can easily enjoy the ocean and the mountains in one afternoon. Unfortunately, I was there during the war, so I missed out on a lot. But I keep hoping to one day return. I'm still amazed that some American mogul hasn't moved in and turned it into a tourist trap.

Coatepeque Lake

by JessieLang

Coatepeque Lake is about a 1/2 hour drive from Joya de Ceren. It is a beautiful freshwater lake, and various water sports are available.

Rancho Alegre restaurant is a great place for lunch--good food, and dining areas that extend over the water.

Take the Pan American Highway North, and turn onto the Lago Coatepeque road. It is paved for a while, and then becomes a dirt road. Turn in at the first place you can to reach the lake

American Restaurant

by CLillard about Tony Roma's

Yes, I know that you don't come to El Salvador to eat American food. But sometimes you just feel homesick. It is right around the corner (walking distance) from Hotel Princess in Zona Rosa. They have great frozen drinks.

La Catedral Metropolitana

by iwys

La Catedral Metropolitana is one of San Salvador's landmark buildings and marks the exact centre of the city. The modern cathedral was completed in 1999 and replaced an earlier cathedral which burned down in 1956. Below the main floor is the tomb of Archbiship Oscar Romero, which was visited by Pope John Paul II in 1999. The cathedral's most distinctive feature is its colourful facade painted in campesino style by "El Salvador's National Artist", Fernando Llort. Look closely at it and you will see campesinos and indigenous people with hands clasped together in prayer.

Admission is free and photography is permitted inside.

El Palacio Nacional

by mikey_e

The National Palace was once the seat of the country's government, but successive earthquakes (and now probably the threat of gang violence) have left it empty of its former importance. It was built at the start of the 20th Century, using materials that were imported from Europe. The various elements of neo-Renaissance architecture belie a time when the country's élite, unmoved by the revolutions of neighbouring countries, still saw themselves as Europeans. The interior of the National Palace is, supposedly, the reason why it was named a national monument in 1974, as a number of the rooms are lushly decorated. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to go in, but I did rather admire the European architecture with clearly American accents in the form of the statues out front.

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 Hotel Alameda

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Address: Alameda Roosevelt y 43 Avenida Sur, San Salvador, El Salvador