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Villa Napoli Bed and Breakfast in Santa Ana, El Salvador

Villa Napoli Bed & Breakfast is a homey, artsy, and relaxing accommodation in the peaceful El Moral neighborhood of Santa Ana.  Run by warm-hearted, helpful, bilingual Rosy who goes above and beyond in service to guests, Villa Napoli becomes an instant home-away-from-home for the weary traveler.  With only four bedrooms, a shared kitchen, bathroom, living room, and porch, the intimate space offers an opportunity to socialize with other guests, or have the whole house to yourself on slower nights.  A continental breakfast served at your convenience is included in the price.

Spacious bedrooms have luxurious pillow-top beds, enormous wardrobes for stashing your suitcase, and cable TVs with many English channels.  The whole house is full of unique art made by Rosy herself, much of it consisting of recycled materials.  Outside is a refreshing pool with a bar area, several hammocks for lounging, and a front patio with a great view over the red-tile rooftops of Santa Ana.

Nearby the small, pleasant city of Santa Ana are the world-famous Ruinas Tazumal and volcanic crater lake Lago Coatapeque.  Both of these sites are close enough to be visited in one day.  Between the surrounding impressive scenery and the laid-back family vibe, Villa Napoli is a great place to spend a couple days…but don’t be surprised if you end up staying even longer!

Services Offered:

Continental breakfast included

WiFi

Pool

Cable TV in rooms

Hot water

Shared kitchen

Free food delivery from Expresión Cultural Cafe y Restaurante

Parking

Address: Quinta “Del Moral” Km. 62-63, Carretera Antigua a San Salvador

Phone: 50378080831

Email: villa.napoli.sa@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/villanapoli.bb

Prices:

$18-$25 per person depending on room

Ask about special group rates.

This post was sponsored by Villa Napoli Bed & Breakfast.

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About Carrie

Carrie's got the traveling bug and thinks "settling down" is overrated. Too many people to meet, places to see, and languages to learn!

Posted on May 19, 2012, in El Salvador, Hostels and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. thank you so much Carrie and Zack, you are very welcome anytime!! if you ever visit El Salvador again, please come and visit us again, God Bless you both of you, please keep in touch, you are great people! regards, Rosy 🙂

  2. Este Lugar es increible muy lindo y la atencion q te brindan es excelente y las habitaciones no se quedan atras de lo mejor 🙂

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