La Posada de Suchitlan
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Meal plan
TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada de Suchitlan Suchitoto
This is one of the most charming places I have ever stayed! My room was fabulous, full of Colonial charm; and the grounds are beautiful. Had a delicious meal on the restaurant with a view of the lake. I highly recommend this place.
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Travel Blogs from Suchitoto
... providing just enough seating for 18 people and our luggage, with a plastic roof over our heads providing some protection from the sun. The boat looked like an old whaling or fishing vessel and had two small 'put put' engines at the back struggling to go any speed above 5 knots. Crossing the gulf we were surrounded by small volcanic islands and beautiful tropical beaches, with locals fishing using hand nets from small boats and the occasional ...
... fighting, destruction and death occurred. We hike up approximately 150m in height, but feels more like climbing Mount Everest base camp. We are rewarded with a spectacular view of the of the surrounding terrain. From here a peaceful day, but 30 years ago was one of the hilltop camps that the guerillas used to fight for their freedom, only one faction of the guerrilla fighters here in El Salvador. There were 5 throughout the country, fighting the same fight, but not ...
... who escaped here during the war to get away from all the fighting. He left a few years back to go home to Suchitoto. It has become home to a family squatting on government land and a new Hermit, who decided to set up his tourist shop on the island when his shop in town started getting too much competition. We climb up a ladder held together by rope...ah...HELLO, I signed up for a bird kayaking tour, not boot camp!! We see the remnants of a small plane. It crashed in the ...
... region. It was a pre-Hispanic farming community that, like Pompeii and Herculaneum in Italy, was buried under a volcanic eruption about AD 590. Although a warning earthquake apparently gave residents time to flee, the ash preserved their personal belongings, from garden tools and bean-filled pots to sleeping mats and religious items, essentially freezing the agricultural village in time. Because of the exceptional condition of ...
Time to do some physical activity so we headed for Santa Ana, to climb Volcan Santa Ana in nearby Parque Nacional Los Volcanes The round trip hike was 4 hours, 14 km, putting us at over 7000 ft. We started the hike at 5000 ft. Many people on our travels ...