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Recent El Salvador reviews

  • Love it and can't wait to come back!

    "I am in my early 40's and well travelled (25+ countries). I am accustom to the quality and cleanliness you find in a 4 or 5 star hotel. My partner and I were very pleased to find The Romantic Casita met our expectations; and the property (grounds, pool, location, view, beach access) easily exceeded our expectations. The casita is a unit attached to the side of a larger home which is also rented out, therefore you will be sharing the grounds and pool with other guests. We expected this and had no issues/concerns/problems etc. Inside the unit we did not hear any noise/sounds from the guests in the larger house. Pros: -comfort/cleanliness -great bed -fantastic view, location, pool, and beach....absolutely stunning -gated community with armed guards -we ordered food (pupusas) from a vendor who came by on his bike - it was a fantastic, inexpensive and a unique service....and delicious -the food at the restaurants at the neighbouring beach (El Parmacito- ask the owners/property manager for directions) was fantastic and inexpensive eg. Breakfast (omelette) and coffee for two was $7 total. These restaurants are huts on the beach, however the food is fresh and restaurant quality. I had a lobster dinner which came with two small lobsters covered in prawns (20 +) with rice, salad, tortilla for $15. -unit has a combination safe -D'Arcy (owner) is excellent at responding quickly to any questions or concerns -Roxanne (ppty mgr) comes by each morning to attend to needs Things to keep in mind: -WIFI signal did not work for us until the last day (on the last day the ppty mgr advised us it works if you place the wifi stick by the window....only then did it work for us). -stairs - there are not a lot of stairs however people with disabilities will find the stairs and pathway to the pool challenging -in a residential area therefore not within walking distance to markets, shops -stop at the market on your way in to pick up groceries (don't forget oil, herbs, charcoal (for the BBQ) etc. -include hand soap, hair dryer, shampoo with the rest of your toiletries -AC is only in the bedroom -ants- this is a tropical destination so you have to expect to have ants, geckos etc. it is part and parcel! (Note: these ants did not bite). However, I recommend more effort be made into controlling them -traps etc. and be prepared to put all food items etc away regularly. This property was stunning and I can not wait to return to it. Highly recommended!"
    Guest: Cindy Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 17, 2015
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  • linda casa!

    "Tuvimos una experiencia super agradable, las personas que nos atendieron eran re atentas a nuestras necesidades y la casa si es lo que las fotos aparentan! linda, grande y comoda"
    Guest: Natalia S. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 28, 2015
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  • Amazing place to stay

    "We stayed for two weeks and loved every minute of it. Vilma was wonderful and treated us like family. The meals that her and Kenya made were delicious! The bungalows were perfect for our family of 3 (2 adults one toddler). The beach is lovely and has numerous tide pools to enjoy. The pools available at the accommodation included a pool that fills up by the ocean which our toddler loved to swim in, and the infinity pool up top which was also wonderful. A very relaxing place to stay. Very close to El Sunzal and El Tunco and El Zonte. We will definitely return one day. Loved it. Highly recommend it. Thanks so much Vilma!"
    Guest: Shelagh T. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 9, 2015
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  • The Best Sunsets!

    "After spending a week at Casa Azul, we just wanted to stay. The owners clearly put their hearts into designing this funky, beautiful, kid-friendly home. Our 2 year old loved being able to go in and out of the gradual-entry pool and exploring all the kids toys. I loved the american-style kitchen will all the amenities I am used to. The bedrooms and bathrooms are all beautiful and very comfortable. But really what takes this place over-the-top are the sunsets over the infinity pool (ok, and sitting on the deck and looking at the stars at night, too). It is super easy to get over to the beach, run into El Tunco for supplies or go over to my favorite restaurant in El Salvador - Ola Beto's, just down the road. The place isn't brand new anymore, and has a bit of wear and tear, but hardly noticed after settling in."
    Guest: Karina Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 29, 2014
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El Salvador Travel Tips

Finding Your Way to El Salvador Vacation Rentals

El Salvador's main airport is the Comalapa International Airport which is located approximately 30 miles southeast of the capital city of San Salvado. The airport is commonly referred to as simply El Salvador International Airport. The airport hosts regular daily flights from international destinations, such as Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, San Jose and Guatemala. The flight time from Los Angeles is approximately four to five hours. If your vacation home offers an airport transfer service, it is advisable to make use of this. It may be slightly more expensive than a taxi fare but at least you can be assured that you will have a speedy and hassle-free transfer. There is public transport available in El Salvador but it is not advisable for visitors to use the buses. The taxis in the cities are usually reliable enough.

Travelers to El Salvador Villas

El Salvador is the smallest of the countries in Central America. It is tucked away on the Pacific coast between Guatemala and Honduras. It is one of the lesser-known travel destinations in Central America and the ideal place for those looking for tranquility and privacy. Enjoy miles of pristine beaches easily accessible from your vacation home. The luxurious villas make you feel like royalty enjoying a slice of your own private paradise. If you enjoy long leisurely walks along the beach, surfing or swimming, this is the ideal vacation destination for you. The villas are large enough to accommodate groups of 10 people or more, so invite your friends and enjoy some tropical luxury at a relatively affordable rate. Most visitors to El Salvador are from North, Central and South America with a much smaller percentage from Europe.

Things To Do at El Salvador Beach Houses

El Salvador is becoming known as a prime surfing destination. The miles and miles of beautiful coastline and the consistent swell provide ideal surfing conditions. You can wake up each morning and walk straight onto the beach from your vacation villa. Near the main resort towns, there are designated beaches for surfing and swimming. Flags also indicate the water conditions and if there are rip currents that you need to be aware of. La Libertad is one of the most popular surfing areas.

El Salvador is a leisurely vacation destination. Most people enjoy lazing poolside or on the beach and enjoying the tropical sunshine. If you are looking for some entertainment, you can visit some of the nightspots and enjoy some of the local Latin vibe. In you are interested in the country's history, you can visit some of the war museums which detail the country's turbulent past and provide insight into the culture of Salvadorians.

Best Time of Year to Visit El Salvador

Located in Central America, El Salvador enjoys a warm tropical climate. The coastal areas are hot and humid for most of the year, and the interior highlands are moderately more temperate. Like most other Central American destinations, the rainy season is from May to October. Tropical storms do occasionally blow in from the Pacific Ocean. Travelers should be cautious about traveling during late summer as this is when the storms occur most frequently. From November through April, the trade winds dissipate their humidity over Honduras and arrive in El Salvador as hot dry winds. This often leads to a hazy atmosphere which gives the landscape a mystical feel about it. For most people, this is the preferred time of year to visit and has become the peak tourist season.

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