Alicante Hotel

Address: Col. La Sultana, San Salvador, C.A, El Salvador | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Col. La Sultana, San Salvador, is near West Bay Beach, National Museum (Museo Nacional), Arco de Santa Catalina, and Church of San Francisco.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Alicante Hotel San Salvador

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from San Salvador

    Trippin' in Santa Ana

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 01, 2015

    24 photos

    ... office workers about and had the look of a new, upwardly mobile type of district. I could of course have taken another taxi back up town.

    But there's no fun in that. Is there?

    Every so often I would cut across to Avenida 6, to see if the pedestrianised area had started, but no luck yet. I was having a quick look at a little tourist map, when I was approached by a chap who asked if I needed any help with directions. As he spoke perfect English and was ...

    So long, El Salvador!

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Feb 28, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... and very sweet, as usual. Reluctantly, I took an Imodium and went back to bed for he rest of the morning! I really hate wasting my time in bed, but it was necessary!

    By early afternoon, I was feeling up to doing some packing and organizing. So when Sara checked on me, I said I was up for going to the Romero house and chapel. I also needed to go to an ATM so I could pay my bill! I guess most people would think that 8 days with a private guide and driver, including ...

    Guatemala & El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by gillessoenen on Dec 28, 2014

    6 photos

    ... views, loads of ascending and descending, but extremely rewarding. The first night we slept next to a river, where we off course had the obligatory bonfire with marshmallows. The second day, just before making our final ascent towards Indian Nose, we did a traditional maya sauna. We arrived at the Indian Nose and could look down to the villages around the lake, whilst there were fireworks going off. Very weird not to have to stretch your ...

    Potholes and mountain roads

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 07, 2014


    ... is a steep climb up or down. It is an impressive complex but it was dark when we arrived so I will see more of it tomorrow.

    Tidbit 2 - in our discussions we spoke about the high number of taxi drivers who have been killed in Honduras this year. Taxi drivers must pay a ¨war tax¨ to whichever gang is dominant in the area. The gang members are smart enough not to colllect the money as that would identify them (like as if they aren´t obvious!!). The gang will designated ...

    Suchitoto and the journey there

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... pupuseria and this time shrimps were back on the menu. I followed up my delicious din dins with a visit to El Nacio, the most lively bar in town. Here they have all kinds of revolutionary paraphernalia and a very amusing array of characters sitting at the bar. The bar-tender has a special relationship with them as,from timeto time, he pulls a weapon on oneof the locals, just jokingly though. First it was a truncheon, then a chot gun, and finally, a machete. I was drinkignwith ...