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1915 Hotel

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Free parking
Breakfast included
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Non-smoking hotel
Public Wifi
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Air conditioning
Non-smoking rooms
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Historic Hotel
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113Reviews
98Photos
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We booked this hotel as it is close to the airport. Photos are slightly misleading as patio is linked to a suite and is not for the public as such. Was disappointed with room as booked -asked about changing, was told an extra $15 dollars which turned into $20 somehow. The hotel
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We randomly chose this hotel because of its location very close to the main airport. I confess that our after midnight drive did not leave a good first impression as we arrived on a seedy main street with a "red light district" flavor. The room was minimally adequate, though
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This hotel is good if looking for safe, inexpensive hotel close to the San Jose airport. The breakfast in the AM is good, and we felt secure. The rooms vary in size and quality. On arrival we had a wonderful room with 4 twin beds, for 3 people and had our own private porch.
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On the far end of Alajuela but still 8 mins away from the airport. We had a private room with AC and a beautiful shower that had hot and cold water. Our bed was super comfy and our room was quiet. The structure and architecture of the building was so neat! It looks so much nicer
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Alajuela is sort of San Jose’s scruffy little cousin who lives out by the airport. It has the feel of an old city: a labyrinth of narrow one-way streets, centuries-old buildings, ancient trees, a treacherous gutter/gully system which imperils drivers and pedestrians alike.
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The shower for our room
Toilet and wash basin for our room
Our room, simple, functional but short of natural lighting
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Is there secure parking at 1915 Hotel?
Hotel very secure and right across the street from the police station! We took a cab so didn't park there.
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Is there free off street parking?
The hotel is approx 4 km from the airport or about 10mins. It took us a little longer as we hit traffic on the narrow streets. The hotel does not have shuttle service. We took a cab from the airport. Unfortunately at this time I can not remember what it cost us.
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Hola, se puede solicitar minibar para la habiracion??
Hola, se debe pagar extra para el minibar en la habitacion?
"Check the pics and go for room with window view"
"Ask for one of the larger rooms. We had twin beds in the 2 rooms we had, which was fine for us, but be clear what you are getting."
"Get a room with natural light (we didn't)."
"Check your room has a window if it's important to you."
"Each room is unique"
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PRICE RANGE
US$ 66 - US$ 112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
1915 hotel alajuela
LOCATION
Costa RicaProvince of AlajuelaAlajuela
NUMBER OF ROOMS
46
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