Hotel King Palace

Address: San Miguel, El Salvador | Hotel
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel King Palace San Miguel

        Reviewed by caitlin.z

        Lovely Plaza

        Reviewed Jun 15, 2014
        by (6 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

        It was great loved the pool but wish there was a spa to because it got quite cold there. It was good though.

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel King Palace San Miguel

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from San Miguel

        Pusspusas in El Salvador

        A travel blog entry by charlaisy on May 05, 2015

        4 photos

        ... and 80s. Scared of the neighbouring socialist government in Nicaragua, the US funded a rightwing government and the CIA trained death squads who faught against the FMLN rebels who wanted a better life for poor El Salvadoran's. The FMLN stronghold was in Perquin, in the northeast of El Salvador. We went to go and visit the museum there to find out more. We stayed in the rankest rank of rankypants hotels where Alex found a bogey on his pillow. ...

        El Salvador: Ugly beaches and beautiful beaches

        A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Mar 31, 2015

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... and it was rescheduled to the following morning. We sat down for a bite to eat, chatting to a couple from South Africa (Kelly) and Australia (Nathan) who both live in the UK. They started their trip in Chile and it was nice to receive a few pointer in places we still had to visit.

        We were ready to tackle our first lesson of surfing. ...

        A Historical Note -- Massacre at El Mozote

        A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 07, 2013

        6 comments, 36 photos

        ... had found out that today was the 32 anniversary of the genocide, and that the President himself would be flying in for a speech. We were amazed to have fallen into this event – and immediately joined in.

        The scene was full of heart-wringing contrasts. It was a warm sunny day. Around the central plaza were tents selling artesan gifts and food to the two or three hundred people who had gathered. ...

        Seeing Glenda and the kids

        A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 06, 2013

        5 comments, 16 photos

        ... I had also printed a bunch of pictures of her and her family and the house at different stages and we sat and looked at them. The photo of all of us, grimy and smiling in front of the half finished house was a favorite – the photo of everyone at the Habitat Office was another. And photos of Sergio at work moving cement blocks, or laying them on the wall were going to be put up somewhere ...

        Building Project Final Day #3 with Enlace

        A travel blog entry by travels4liz on Nov 08, 2013

        32 photos

        ... is finished, so there were no children there, yet now and then, a few would pop in to see what we were up to. Karin, who I got to know the first day, stopped in to visit and I had a chance to spend some time with her. We had lunch on site and were treated with freshly made papusas filled with beans and cheese.

        After lunch, it was back to work. Now it was time to mix the sand with some gravel and cement which kept everyone busy. Finally, ...