Siesta Hotel Casino

Final Boulevard Los Proceres, Guadalupe, San Salvador, El Salvador
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traveling to and marrying in San Salvador El Salvador

by hisgalsal

I am a U.S. citizen wanting to travel with my fiance who is from El Salvador, next year. As El Salvadorean citizens need to show financial status to apply for visa's, do U.S. citizens need too, also?
Also, if we marry in El Salvador do we have to re marry in U.S. for marriage to be recognized?
I want to marry outside, maybe on a mountain or hillside over looking the city of San Salvador during a sunset or during sunset on a beach there? Anyone know of such a place?
Thanks for the response.

Re: traveling to and marrying in San Salvador El Salvador

by Donna_in_India

Hi - check the visa documents needed on the Consulate's website to see if you need to supply financial status. For your marriage, you can check with the US Consulate in El Salvador to see if they require you to register the marriage with them (they might need to see the legal certificate). You should also check with the authorities in El Salvador what documents you would need or requirements you need to meet in order to marry there. Good luck!

Re: traveling to and marrying in San Salvador El Salvador

by leics

There are several consulates in the US, as well as the main embassy. Contact info here:

Re: traveling to and marrying in San Salvador El Salvador

by Massawippi

Just happened to read your post .
The Decameron Hotel in Salinitas near Sansonate had a beautiful wedding reception on the beach while I was there. I have some nice pictures if you are interested.

Re: traveling to and marrying in San Salvador El Salvador

by TomJenner

I am British and married my Salvadorean wife in San Salvador 6 years ago. There was no need for additional paperwork in the UK, but it may be different for the US. However, we did need some paperwork before we got married. We both needed recent birth certificates (if I remember, less than 3 months old) and needed to have them in the country a month or so before the wedding, so we could not wait for my family to bring them out. I believe there was some other paper needed, but I can't recall what (I think it was to prove that I was not already married in the UK, but I cannot remember exactly). The wedding was conducted by a local lawyer at a restaurant (La Pampa Argentina) which has a nice view over the city at night. I suggest you contact a lawyer first and find out what the requirements will be. My guess is that you will find it almost impossible if you just turn up and hope to plan it when you arrive.
Oh, and congratulations.


Travel Tips for San Salvador

When to Visit

by Ken_Weaver

So when is the best time to visit? The rainy season is May to October, rates on hotels are generally lower, its cooler at night, the beaches are less crowded but you get heavy rain for an hour or so everyday in the afternoon or evening. During the dry season, of course, no rain but it very hot especially at night and dusty. Last time I was in El Salvador, 2002, was in July and we left the city to go south to the beach ...Costa del Sol(see travelogue on El Salvador page) The beautiful hotel was literally empty as was the beach yet the weather was wonderful...about 85F unless it was raining which it did every evening!

Santa Tecla Hacienda

by mikey_e

This former hacienda, located in the city of Santa Tecla, just outside of San Salvador, is a great little piece of quiet and relaxation. It is frequently the scene of minor cultural events (local bands and art exhibitions), which are complemented by a small café that operates inside the house. It has been restored (there was, undoubtedly, some damage during the last earthquake), with beautiful tiles in many of the rooms. This is a perfect photo opportunity for anyone looking for traditional Colonial architecture in a spot safer than the core.

Grilled Steak or Chicken

by CLillard about La Pampa Argentina

They have great grilled Argentinian steaks (called churrasco) or grilled chicken here. They also have some interesting fruit juices that you may want to try. I think one of the drinks I tried was black berry juice.

Tomb of Oscar A Romero

by MalenaN

In the crypt under the cathedral is the tomb of Archbishop Oscar A Romero. His grave has got a bronze sarcophagus and in the wall behind are graves of other archbishops. This place is often visited by pilgrims and it was also visit by Pope John Paul II on his visit to El Salvador.

When Oscar A Romero became archbishop in 1977 he was known to be quite conservative, but that soon changed. One of his close friends, a Jesuit priest, was killed by the military death squads and it also became more violent in the country. Romero started to criticise government repression. His sermons were broadcast in radio and he talked about justice and human rights.

Romero was assassinated in 1980 while he held a mass in the chapel of Hospital La Divina Providencia. To his funeral more than 250 000 mourners came. During the funeral fire was opened and several people were killed.

Club Atami

by CLillard

Very peaceful place with hammocks underneath little huts. The view is overlooking a black sand beach (volcanic Beach). I think this is a private club. They have a pool, picnic areas, they will serve/sell you food.
Approximately 15mins along the coast from La Libertad going toward Guatemala, is Club Atami set on a cliff-top overlooking two beaches. It has two swimming pools, a 60 metre water slide and a restaurant. Entry costs $7.00 per person and you can hire a cabaña (thatched shelter with hammocks and table) for $2.50. Waiters then bring food and drinks. A double room for the night (basic but clean with fan) costs $20.00. There is access to both beaches from the club and they have surfable waves. Take your passport to get in as a “visitor”. Or you can get a tour guide to take you there. Inter Tours will take you there for a full day trip, $50 per person.


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