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All reviewsfew blocksreception spoke good englishminute walkwooden beamsgreat hotelexcellent breakfastthe hotel staffroom was largesmall gardena king size bedbeds were comfortablethe hotel offersconvenient locationdefinitely stay here againhot waterwi fithe ground floor
We really liked this hotel it had a nice private courtyard surrounded by two levels of tile rooved rooms. Off street parking was extremely handy as was location of hotel for walking to centre of town. We never ate in the restaurant during our three...More
We have stayed at Hotel Parador Margarita a few times over the years and have always had a very positive experience. A previous reviewer, Daniel, had concerns about the safety of the hotel. First of all, the hotel is made of adobe, not wood, so...More
This place is generally clean, nice staff and pretty. But>>
MAJOR problem is there are NO EMERGENCY EXITS DESPITE FAKE EVACUATION SIGNS! They lock the exit at night and you CANNOT GET OUT without first going to the desk and asking the receptionist to let...More
Nice and cozy little hotel. Very clean. It is located about three blocks away from downtown which makes it quite but close to stores and cafes. Rooms are spacious (we are a family of four). Breakfast is offered so we were ready to go every...More
In San Cristobal, for a decent night's sleep, you must not stay too near the central plaza. Parador Margarita was a good value and nicely situated in the Historic Centro with access to all areas of the city, and on a quieter street. We were...More
We certainly got laundry done via reception to an outside laundry. Very reasonably too. I don't thnk there was a minifridge and don't recollect heating arrangements - our second morning was quite cold when we got outside... More
We certainly got laundry done via reception to an outside laundry. Very reasonably too. I don't thnk there was a minifridge and don't recollect heating arrangements - our second morning was quite cold when we got outside but OK in the room.