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Los Almendros De San Lorenzo
Without a doubt this is one of the best places to stay in El Salvador...
Los Almendros De San Lorenzo
Located in Suchitoto in El Salvador, this charming colonial house overlooks Suchitlán Lake. It offers an outdoor pool and air-conditioned accommodation with flat-screen cable TV and a private bathroom...
La Bermuda 1525
Offering à la carte restaurant, La Bermuda 1525 is set in a Colonial old house. Free Wi-Fi access is available and features an on-site museum and an art gallery. The room here will provide you with a TV and a seating area...
High tiled roofs, thick adobe walls, natural light, antiques,deluxe details like handmade beds, local art and travel information will deliver a unique Suchitoto experience. It is a very popular weekend destination for Salvadorans...
Long-term expat and tour operator Robert Broz Morán and his charming wife run this bright pink travel hang-out a short walk west of the square...
La Posada De Don Santana
Don Santana is a small mountain hotel with five rooms facing into an attractive courtyard. It's the kind of crisp, quiet retreat for wearing out a hammock or finishing the final chapters in your novel.
Hostal Vista Lago
Located on the slope towards the lake, this eccentric hostel has one of the best views in town. The small colorful rooms are a little claustrophobic for some but the sweet service and adventurous clientele make for a fun stay.
La Posada Del Jefe
Up the hill 10 blocks to the east you’ll find this decent place, with bone-white concrete rooms filled with ex-office furniture. There’s a little convenience store out front. To get here take a little red mototaxi (US$1). It’s kind of fun.
Situated on the town square opposite the church, Las Puertas is a good-value high-end hotel with large rooms and an unpretentious old world feel...
Hotel Posada Real
A nice location and a cute little snack bar, but there’s not much character in these cinderblock rooms. The price is good though, plus they have hot water.
This friendly budget choice has a huge communal balcony and an appealing position behind the church. The six rooms are tasteful for the price and the sunny courtyard is ideal for meeting fellow travellers.
This ridgetop place has cosy new cabins, with nice wooden touches and great beds. Highly recommended tours are available, including a horseback ride to Casa Grande.
Hotel La Palma
The older mountain getaway bordered by the Río La Palma has 40 rooms of various quality and a great restaurant for sampling local dishes. Mosquitoes can be a problem. It’s a short taxi ride from San Ignacio.
Hotel De Montaña El Pital
Renovations have held strong at this L-shaped city hotel and the newer rooms are still the best in town. Grab one by the huge pool with mountain views. The restaurant caters to groups.
This large family-style resort spread over 100 acres of mountainside glory has three restaurants, two pools and a health club...