Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo in Suchitoto, El Salvador

Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo is a perfect mixture of elegance, class, and luxury in the historical and charming town of Suchitoto, El Salvador.

Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo

Located in an enormous, beautifully-restored colonial house with open courtyards, the gentle sounds of fountains and chirping of exotic local birds echo through the grounds.  Walking through the front door you are treated to a fantastic mural, a fitting introduction as the entire complex is full of world-class local art and antique furniture.  Past the first courtyard there is a trendy bar serving beer, wine, and cocktails.

Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo

Further into the facility is the glass-enclosed, gourmet restaurant serving an international menu of dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Outside the restaurant a patio showcases a large infinity-shaped swimming pool.

Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo

Guests can choose from a few types of accommodations.  There are large double rooms, each with air-conditioning, TV, waterfall showers, and king-sized beds. Other options are suites, or the honeymoon suite with its own private pool and beautiful views of Lake Suchitlán.

Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo

Los Almendros de San Lorenzo has been called “the most elegant hotel in El Salvador” and we agree!  With it’s museum-worthy art collection, opulent rooms, delectable restaurant, and welcoming owners, a stay here will make you feel like a royalty.

Services Offered:

Breakfast included

Drinking water included


Cable TV in rooms


Hot water


Tourist information

Restaurant and bar

Address: Calle 4 Poniente #2B, Suchitoto

Phone: (503) 2335 1200



Prices (low season/high season):

The high season is Easter Week, the first week of August, and mid December to the first week of January.

Doubles – $85-$95/$95-$110

Suite for two – $110/$125

Apartment style suite for two – $135/$150

Honeymoon suite – $150/$175

Additional person – $20

This post was sponsored by Los Almendros de San Lorenzo.