Courtyard by Marriott Paramaribo

Address: Anton Dragtenweg 52 - 54, Paramaribo, Suriname | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Anton Dragtenweg 52 - 54, Paramaribo, is near Fort Zeelandia, Waterkant (Riverside Boulevard), Palmentuin, and Independence Square (Onafhankelijksplein).
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      Reviewed by tlvice

      Courtyard by Marriott Paramaribo

      Reviewed Dec 2, 2013
      by (3 reviews) Colorado Springs , United States Flag of United States

      For me, this is the only choice for a place to stay when I am in Paramaribo. The only downside is the hotel is not closer to some of the sites and tourist destinations in town. The upside includes the fact that it is a Marriott, so one knows what to expect. Another biggie for me is the staff. They are always very kind and accommodating.

      I have stayed in three different types of rooms; standard, Jacuzzi, and river view. I believe my favorite is the river view. It is relaxing to go out on the veranda and watch the activity on the river.

      The food at the hotel is very good.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard by Marriott Paramaribo

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