Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto

Address: \N, San Salvador, El Salvador | 2 star hotel
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          Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto El Salvador

          Reviewed Nov 25, 2013
          by (4 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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          Travel Blogs from San Salvador

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          A travel blog entry by jsquaredink on May 04, 2015

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          ... big smile on his face. We exited the airport & got on our bus. 45 minutes later we arrived in downtown Quito and checked into the Eugenia Hotel.

          Advice: travel light! I had my backpack and went straight into the hotel got the key and was in the room before everyone else (we are big group of 40!) had their big suitcases unloaded from the bus IN A MAJOR DOWNPOUR.

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          A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Feb 26, 2015

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          A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 30, 2014

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          A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 07, 2014


          ... and with a rich blend of herbs - I would love to be able to make a soup like that!!

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          A travel blog entry by debbieluxon on Aug 02, 2014

          ... with such deliberated animation and with an indulgent soft tone of voice so that I could understand a great deal before our Teresa translated for us. This is one of the times I was truly saddened at what must have been lost in translation, however this is what I was able to understand of his tale. His role as part of the Guerrillero's was as a facilitator for different parts of the movement- his role was to supply food, medicine, artillery and supplies for ...