Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto El Salvador

Address: \N, San Salvador, El Salvador | 2 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Hotel Real Aeropuerto El Salvador San Salvador

    Reviewed by jaimie.beebe

    Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto El Salvador

    Reviewed Nov 25, 2013
    by (2 reviews) Los Angeles, California, United States , United States Flag of United States

    The hotel is filled with US Military (which is kind of hot if you're a girl or on a girls trip). There's an armed guard out front so it feels safe, the room was stuffy & air conditioner didn't work. The food was TERRIBLE!! The restaurant food was so bad we couldn't eat any of it - although the stuff from the bar tasted ok. I would look for a better hotel next time - but it's close to the airport if you need that.

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