Queen'S Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free airport shuttle
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TripAdvisor Reviews Queen'S Hotel & Casino Paramaribo
Travel Blogs from Paramaribo
... into my particular block, and it was kind of a nightmare as the rooms were not what I would call ready for human inhabitants when I lugged all my stuff up from EC (after being promised twice that they would be ready), but after a brief moment of losing my cool with the Camps Superintendent they got the job done so I didn’t have to cart everything back to Explo. I spent my last 3 nights on-site in Main Camp, and I must say that now it’s like a little piece ...
... someone points out a couple of vampire bats whose home is apparently the rafters of the boat dock. They are just sitting there clinging to the rafter and maybe watching us. As we are trying to get photos of them, a huge black tarantula climbs around the rafters as well and a moth rests on another beam. That’s the closest we got to any wildlife. There were a bunch of toucans flying around the place as ...
... choice and don’t take their photos but they did have some very interesting looking chickens in their cages.
We walk through the Palm Garden which is behind the Presidential Palace. There are many tall stately palm trees there, which our guide called King Palms. There were very, very tall. In the middle of the park was a statue of a small child with his hands crossed in front of him. The plaque underneath ...
... As we didn’t have our own group leader running interference for us for any of this immigration hassle, we were stuck in the back of the line and it took us 3 hours to work our way into Suriname. AND we still got through faster than the “Non-nationals” line.
Meanwhile, our one guy who somehow got onto the ferry without his ferry ticket, had seen this sign when he got off the ferry so he’d ...
... two kids around the only sign of life.
Leaving Peperpot, there was a shepherd tending to his flock from a motorcycle. The Javanese lunch at Warung Touche was very good, highlighted by the peanut sauces and the pomelo fruit for dessert. Carolyn was busy fighting off heat stroke with a bag of ice on her neck. She should enjoy the jungles of Guyana for five straight days.
There are political flags on the eastern side for more than the NDP, ...