Hotel Hernando Henry
Lonely Planet review
You won’t send postcards home about this place, but with its own water and electrical system, this low budget option offers a leg up on those dependent on the local government for both. Most rooms have a balcony and all come with private bath. There’s an internet cafe attached.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Hernando Henry and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in San Andrés.
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