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History

The house was built in the 1940's. Its current owner Carlos, had it redesigned, and added comfort to create an oasis that is known as "Hostal Casa Verde", which means  " The Green House Hostal". The hostel offers an atmosphere of peace, harmony, tranquility, and comfort.


Since 2007, Case Verde has become the perfect place to relax, rest, and to explore the area. Carlos wants you to feel completely at home during your stay.

 

Convenience

Our clean and spacious private rooms have their own bathroom with powerful showers and lots of hot water all day long.

The two 6-bed dorms have sturdy, large beds as well and a luggage stand / towel rack next to them. Each dorm has a separate bathroom for women and for men with powerful showers that provide hot water the whole day. Each bed has its own individual ventilator attached to the ceiling.

All guests have access to their own safety deposit box above their bed. Nightlights and mosquito screens are provided.

There are two kitchens, fully supplied with modern cooking equipment. Free quality coffee beans, grinders, coffee makers and water is offered. There is free internet and a lounge room with overstuffed sofa's offers TV, movies, and computer games on a wide plasma screen.
Guests can relax and chat in any of the 3 courtyards that have seating, tables, lounge chairs, hammocks, and a grill.The hostel has the unique feature of a large swimming pool and a roof terrace with a panoramic view.

Parking on the premises for 3 cars can be provided.

The hostel is located within a few minute walk of the historic center, with the National Theater, the Municipal Government building, and the Cathedral. A bustling market is just a few blocks away.

 

Santa Ana

Santa Ana is a department located in western El Salvador and the seat is the city of Santa Ana with approximately 245,421 inhabitants. The department was established in 1855 during the presidency of Jose Maria San Martin.


Sights of interests are the tourist centers of Sihuatehuacan and Cerro Verde, Coatepeque and the Guija lakes, the Guajoyo hydroelectric dam, and forests of Monte Cristo. Of importance are the colonial churches of Metapan, Ostua Texistpeque and the Cathedral of Santa Ana. Three pre-Columbian sites, located in Chalchuapa in the department of Santa Ana, have been declared national monuments.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                       

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