Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
Travel Blogs from San Salvador
Anw027 stayed here on Jul 21, 2012 during their trip titled: Global Village Trip to San Salvador, El Salvador.
We awoke in our very sickly sweet, stinky hotel room at 5:30am and left after 6 in search of food and coffee. We walked up the Parque Central and tried to get breakfast at one of the many donut shops around. We were confused that they had NO donuts for sale. I pointed to order a donut in the case and the cashier said, "No." What? Porque no? There …
... for the steep gravel roads twisting into the mountainous jungle. But this place is popular for a reason, you can easily call it a natural wonder. Our hostel with beautiful cabana’s is set just beside the river which runs through a canyon between the mountains. A little bit upstream is what it is all about: above the river there is a limestone plateau, filled up by a natural stream from the mountains, creating a set of stepped crystal clear pools that ...
... farm that you will read about elsewhere. Pastor Ricardo has set up a number of things for us on the trip and can answer all of our questions! Rene has been our fearless driver and it has been a real blessing knowing we are safe and with someone who knows where we are going.
Our group has been great. The students have all been engaging and asking questions - even when tired. The students have also done a great job of including ...
... the beachside restaurant. After this, we all headed back to the house. I can’t remember who the house belonged to (a relative of the Bara’s I think), but they had recently bought a new house, which meant this place was available. It was a big house in quite a nice area. Except every house has barbed wire on top of the fence, a big gate and garage door and a bell. Everyone got changed to go to the mall but I stayed to grab a couple of house sleep. I was woken ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility