Radisson Plaza Hotel El Salvador

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

89 Avenida Norte y 11 Calle Poniente, Col. Escalon, San Salvador, El Salvador
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 35% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families85
  • Couples100
  • Solo76
  • Business81

More about Radisson Plaza Hotel El Salvador

A comfortable hotel

by JessieLang about Crowne Plaza Hotel El Salvador

Large rooms, great beds, good restaurant and bar. The hotel is air conditioned, and has a pool and gym. The staff was pleasant and helpful. Even numbered rooms have a view of the volcano.


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Forum Posts

Unknown hotel?

by sandraf

We already booked 3 nights in a hotel in San Salvador but now I realize that in the whole net I can't find nearly any comment to the hotel.
The name is Árbol de Sueños and it should be at La Escalon in front of the Hotel Radisson.

Somebody knows it or had been there?
Thank you very much!

Re: Unknown hotel?

by Odinnthor

It is indeed a fairly new hotel. It calls itself a "Designer Hotel", and after looking at the website, I am inclined to say that they do look good, - on the inside at least. Rooms look designer style, and they call all of them "suites".

Due to the advertised style, they would have to deliver at least a simili of those photos. In order to present as a new or newish "designer hotel", there are certain expectations that would have to be better than a regular acceptable three four star hotel. I would go ahead with your plans. Personal opinion of course, but a fairly educated one.

Re: Unknown hotel?

by sandraf

I agree with you.
Since I like it when people try to do something different, I liked the idea of a "design hotel" in San Salvador due to the fact that it is the first one trying to do it.
I'll report at my return

Travel Tips for San Salvador

Salvadorean Art

by mikey_e

El Salvador is not a country that comes to mind when discussing Latin American art, but that does not mean that the country is entirely devoid of a cultural or arts scene. Rather, the hardships of the post-independence period, particularly the period of the civil war, have given impetus to many Salvadoreans to express themselves through plastic arts rather than other means. The country was quite conservative in its retention of traditional Spanish forms of expression until the end of the 19th century, but it is quite easy to see the break with tradition and experimentation with new styles and techniques in the 20th century, particularly with respect to the influence of art from other Latin American nations. The trauma of the 70s and 80s led to more political and provocative art work, which the huge diaspora and the interaction between Salvadoreans at home and abroad have allowed for greater cross-pollination. All of these trends can be witnessed at the country's premier art gallery, the Museo de Arte (MARTE) in the San Benito district.

Torre Futura

by mikey_e

Torre Futura is one of the newest constructions in San Salvador and is intended to highlight the city’s appeal as a business destination. The Tower, built across from what is now the Crown Plaza, is a glass and steel construction that looks more like something from Panama than San Salvador. While it does have office space, there is also a secure patio with high-end restaurants and coffee bars, intended to provide residents of the surrounding areas with a closer and more appealing alternative to Gran Villa.

Catedral Metropolitana

by Ken_Weaver

This beautiful cathedral is the burial place of the assassinated Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero, martyred hero of the civil war. He was murdered by rightwing paramilitary forces while serving communion the day after he exhorted soldiers to reconsider the senseless killings that were occuring at the time.

Ruins of Joya de Cerén

by CLillard

The Maya inhabited western El Salvador well before the arrival of the Spanish, and although not as well known as Palenque, Mayapán, Copán, Tikal, or Chichén Itzá, many Mayan ruins have been uncovered in El Salvador, including huge limestone pyramids. The greatest period for the Maya was between 250 and 900 A.D. During this time, the Mayans developed a 52-year calendar so accurate, their leap years occur only every 400 years. They also developed a complex system of writing and built a trade route 1,500 miles long, called La Ruta Maya. I took a 7 hr tour for $70USD which included, San Andrés, Joya de Cerén, and Lago de Coatepeque. The guide spoke English very well. Salvador Tours provides other guided tours as well.


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 Radisson Plaza Hotel El Salvador

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Address: 89 Avenida Norte y 11 Calle Poniente, Col. Escalon, San Salvador, El Salvador