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Hotel familiar, estrutura razoável com cara de hotel de interior
Avaliou em 15 de Maio de 2015
É um hotel bem pequeno, mas com uma boa estrutura. O quarto é amplo e possui Ar Condicionado e TV a cabo. Não tem frigobar mas isso é o padrão da américa central. Café da manhã padrão da America central (ovos mexidos, banana frita, feijão e pão), a um preço razoável. Wifi gratuito de muito boa qualidade. A localização do hotel é ótima e o pessoal é atencioso, cordial. Enfim, é um bom hotel para uma estadia curta em San Salvador. Há uma pequena piscina com cascata artificial.
Atende o básico
Avaliou em 24 de Outubro de 2014
Estive no hotel no início de outubro por 5 dias, fica localizado perto do wtc e tem um restaurante betos na esquina de baixo.
Quarto simples e café da manhã a la carte, voce pede dentro de algumas opções oque quer.
O banheiro deixa a desejar, acumula agua no box.
Adequado, mas nada muito especial
Avaliou em 8 de Janeiro de 2008
Acho que "Rey primero" se remete a Jesus, devido a que suas imagens são exibidas em todo o hotel; mas não se preocupe, o staff do hotel não foi proselitista e não havia Bíblia no criado-mudo. O quarto era um pouco pequeno, mas, bem como o banheiro, tinha maravilhosa vista para a vizinhança e para as colinas e vulcões ao redor do hotel. TV, ar-condicionado, água quente em abundância e acesso à Internet gratuito. Um pequeno restaurante onde são preparadas refeições de acordo com seu pedido (peça cerca 30 minutos antes de quando você gostaria de comer). Colonia Escalon é um bairro bom da cidade, mas como o resto de San Salvador é principalmente composto de infindáveis vitrines comerciais e shoppings; você precisará de um táxi -- ou sapatos confortáveis -- para ir até as atrações principais da cidade a partir do hotel.
Friendly Staff, Facilities Improvements Needed
Avaliou em 1 de Novembro de 2018
We stayed at this hotel with a large group of friends for a week while in San Salvador. The location was not bad; in a relatively safe part of San Salvador with plenty of restaurants and stores within walking distance. It was far enough off the main road that there wasn't heavy traffic passing the hotel (though we were frequently subjected to the sound of a very loud bicycle horn in the mornings). The staff was very friendly and helpful, though anyone who doesn't speak Spanish should be aware that none of the staff we met spoke much, if any, English. The hotel seemed like it was being refinished while we were staying there, as many outlets and features were unfinished at the start of our trip and finished within a few days. I'm guessing they reinvested the money we paid into completing some of the needed repairs. The rooms were a nice size, though ours had no curtain in the bathroom, so anyone who happened to look up at the right time probably saw more than they'd bargained for. There are no in-room safes, but they do have a portable lockbox for rent if you want to store your pilferable items. The free wifi worked quite well. Among other things that improved over the week were getting hot water in the showers, organizing the laundry service, and serving meals and coffee. The first showers were quite cold, but the water temperature rose as the week went on until the last few days, where the water was nice and hot. The laundry service was a little disorganized, with clothes initially getting sent to the wrong rooms, but it was worked out by the end. This may have been more of an issue if people outside of our group had used the laundry service as well. The meals needed the most improvement: initial meals were served cold and the toast was served without any butter, jam, or other toppings and coffee refills were slow. The staff ultimately brought out an electric coffee urn so we could refill our own coffee, which was a big improvement. I think their kitchen was just too small to handle the quantity of food necessary to feed a large group. I'm sure the staff was just inexperienced with serving large groups and we provided them with the opportunity for some practice. If they continue to upgrade their facilities and improve their customer service, this will be a nice hotel.
Before you book after seeing the rating & price, you might want to read this review.
Avaliou em 28 de Outubro de 2018
I booked this hotel after seeing the ratings, location within walking distance of a conference my dad was traveling to El Salvador for, and the low price. That was a mistake. My dad showed up to check into the hotel, saw that it was not in a good part of town, and thought the hotel itself looked sketchy. He did not feel safe even going in. When we requested a refund the same day that he was supposed to check in after he saw the place, the hotel said to me and him that they had to abide by their strict policy of no refunds for the 1st day of the stay if you let them know the day of, whether you see the place and are concerned for your safety (among a plethora of likely alternatives for not staying there that many hotels would see as exceptions to the rule and give a full refund for) or wanted to switch to another hotel just for kicks and giggles. That's not right.