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Our party of 5 adults stayed at Hotel Interamericano for two nights to do a river rafting trip. Our experience stated out badly because we arrived after driving in the dark after traveling through dense fog on mountain roads.
We had to carry our heavy...More
We arrived in the evening around 9pm and Luis Allen, the nice and friendly owner of this Hotel, helped us to organize a Rafting Tour for the next morning. He explained us everything around the hotel. The rooms are very clean as well as the...More
The hotel lInteramericano was the nicest cheaper hotel I have stayed at. The staff is friendly and the rooms and bathrooms are clean. Do take earplugs if you are sensitive to sounds. Apparently there were street fights and marachi at 2 AM. Overall, very nice...More
I stayed here a bunch of times and liked it every time.
I liked it because of the following:
the owner and employees
open airy concept
plenty of bathrooms that are CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN
close to markets
easy tour connections
close to bus station...More
This hotel is ok. Its basic but has everything you might need (a bit prison like?). Rooms are small and poky and almost a bit claustrophobic though it is one of the cleanest hotels I have ever stayed in. The maids were constantly scrubbing and...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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