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Hotel Torremolinos

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Woodstock, New York
Reviewed 24 July 2016

We went to the lake and wanted a safe place to just spend a nice afternoon, we liked the private parking lot on this hotel, as we were driving a rental mitsubishi l200 that was pretty flash. bottom line, when we went for a boat ride the grounds keeper broke into the truck by putting a flat screwdriver on the...

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Poppenwier, The Netherlands
Reviewed 24 November 2015 via mobile

We wanted to go to Lago de Coatepeque and looked for a hotel. We found hotel Torremolinos. It is located just next to the lake with access to the lake so we decided to stay. Unfortunately, we booked for two nights. We found out that the view was the only good thing about the hotel. The rooms are not very...

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Uppsala, Sweden
Reviewed 6 August 2013

Room old, not charming, dirty. Bed unbelievably uncomfortable. Staff was not welcoming and did not even get our kind question to remove spider webs from our room. Never ever swim in the pool - more than dirty! Worst hotel we had on our journey through centralamerica. We fled after one night.

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1Thank Tina H
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 12 November 2012

It really wasn't anything special, but we felt safe there since they lock up the place from the road. Rooms weren't that great, but they had TV's in there. The place was pretty empty when we were there. Not a lot of other food options nearby. It did the job, and I think the amount of places to stay on...

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leeds
Reviewed 25 February 2012

I tried to contact Hotel Torremolinos by email to make a reservation around 5 times and never got a reply. Not a good sign in my opinion and so it proved. We arrived at the hotel around mid day. There was a general air of neglect about the place, and loud music booming from a speaker system in the dining...

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4Thank LS13
San Francisco
Reviewed 3 November 2011

I can't believe another reviewer came up with the same comparison...The Shining. That was actually our first response before we checked in (which we only did as it was dark, we had driven down a dirt road to get there and we were tired and thought how bad can it be...). This place has so much potential, but sadly, the...

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1Thank meltraveled
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 17 January 2011

Frommers guidebook claims this is a good place to eat at Lake Coatepeque, but this is wildly inaccurate. First, when we went it was deserted with zero atmosphere. Secondly, the food was terrible, and both of us were unwell for a couple of days afterwards. Thirdly the cocktails were horrible. Fourthly the service was appalling - we had to go...

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3Thank ms_scotsgirl
New York City, New York
Reviewed 4 January 2010

We are used to roughing it. This place was gross. We were the only people staying - it felt like something from the shining. The beds felt 30 years old. couldn't sleep all night. kept thinking some of the rather strange staff were hanging around outside our room. rooms do have TV which is a plus because we needed a...

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3Thank ALP24
San salvador, soon in Alberta
Reviewed 24 May 2008

It´s such a nice place, the food its ok. the climate is perfect

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Address: Calle Principal Lago Coatepeque,calle principal, Canton La Bendicion, Coatepeque 2204, El Salvador
Region: El Salvador > Santa Ana Department > Coatepeque
Price Range: $43 - $78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 22
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