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Most expensive month to stay with an average 95% rise in price.
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When to book a hotel in El Salvador
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Top tips for finding the perfect El Salvador hotel
Enjoy the warm and dry weather in El Salvador in the months of January, February and March. During this season, outdoor activities like kayaking, sailing, bicycling, and hiking are popular. Many tourists choose to go on a volcano hike. One volcano that you can hike is the Santa Ana Volcano. After your hike, you can come back to your hotel for a restful night. Hotels such as the San Antonio Hotel Boutique (about 4 miles away) and Captain Morgan Hostel (about 4.5 miles away) are a good choice.
The El Salvador International Airport is in the city of San Luis Talpa close to historical landmarks and attractions such as the Monumento al Salvador del, the Palacio Nacional and Sunzal Beach. Staying in this city will put you within close proximity of the airport for easy arrival and departure. Some hotels that are close to the airport include the Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto and the Pato Canales Hotel & Resort.
The Tazumal Ruins are one of the most popular attractions in El Salvador. Stay near this historical site in the town of El Zonte. This city is also close to beaches where you can surf or kayak and the waterfall where you can hike or swim. Some hotels nearby include the Olas Permanentes El Zonte and the Hotel Michanti.
Book more than 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your El Salvador accommodation.
FAQs when booking a hotel in El Salvador
All-inclusive resorts are extremely convenient. They offer onsite dining and activities like tennis, bicycling, and private beaches for swimming and sunbathing. Some all-inclusive resorts to consider include the Royal Decameron Salinitas in Sonsonate or the Hotel Bahia Del Sol in La Herradura.
The city of San Salvador is one of the largest cities in El Salvador and one of the liveliest. If you want to visit some of the hottest bars and nightclubs in the city, you should stay in the Entertainment District known as the Zona Rosa District. Some hotels in this part of the city include the Hotel El Palacio and the Real InterContinental San Salvador at Metrocentro Mall.
If you want to mingle with the locals, you can have fun at a festival in El Salvador. The Balls of Fire Festival, which is held in August, is just one option. This festival commemorates the eruption of a local volcano and is celebrated with fire throwing. To be close to the festival, you should book a hotel in Nejara or the nearby city of San Salvador. Some hotels within 10 miles of the festival include the Holiday Inn San Salvador and the Hotel Gardenia Inn.
Travelers looking for a little romance might enjoy a stay in or close to Los Ausoles. This town is home to several hot springs where you can relax and soak. Both the Casa 1800 Ataco and the Hotel Santa Leticia will put you only 4 miles away from the Santa Teresa Hot Springs.
Where to stay in El Salvador?
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