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I enjoyed staying at the Hotel Interamericano in Turrialba. The property once was a railroad station hotel, so, although it is not new, it has a convenient location from which to explore Turrialba.
Turrialba is a good base for whitewater rafting but the area is...More
I enjoyed my one night here. I had a room with a shared bath, which was small but clean. Not too much street noise, and staff was helpful. Simple, clean, safe place within walking distance to everything in Turrialba. Greenmarket happens on train tracks in...More
The hotel was good for the price, with friendly staff, good location, and we were set up with a white water rafting trip very easily (everyone must do this). I would stay here again if I ever felt like returning to Turrialba.
The hotel is neat, clean and tidy. The owners are kind and eager to help organize rafting trips. We had a triple room with shared bathroom, and everything was just fine: clean rooms, good quality of sleep (despite some noise coming from the road nearby),...More
I have to say that we were accommodated pretty late in the evening and they were able to set up a rafting trip at the last minute, but were not able to set up any other kind of trip at anytime. We had three people...More
Response from HotelMaven506 | Property representative |
Hello, No this hotel does not have air conditioning but there are fans provided on request at the front desk. At night it is downright chilly in Turrialba between Nov and early Mar, so don't be surprised if you have to use... More
Hello, No this hotel does not have air conditioning but there are fans provided on request at the front desk. At night it is downright chilly in Turrialba between Nov and early Mar, so don't be surprised if you have to use a blanket.
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