Hotel Santo Tomas

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Locality: City, price from: 38 € per night
Hotel Santo Tomas is an ideal base, just right for the family or single person, who wish to spend days shopping, seeing many parks, museums or go on walking tours and participate in cultural activities in the region. Location: Hotel Santo Tomas is located in San Jose's oldest historical district, Barrio Amon, which is also considered part of the national heritage because of its architectural, historical and cultural values. Within 5 blocks from the hotel you will find Jade Museum and National Gold Museum. The US Embassy is only 3 miles from the hotel. Rooms: All the 20 rooms are elegantly furnished with King Louis XV furniture and include beautiful paintings by a renown Nicaraguan artist, adding a special charm to them. Restaurant: Guests can dine on absolutely delicious local cuisine in the gracious atmosphere of the El Oasis restaurant. You can also sip on international drinks and exotic cocktails in the friendly atmosphere of the bar. General: Faxing and photocopying services are available for the benefit of people on business. You can relax in the charming tropical common areas or in the pool or jacuzzi after a busy day of shopping.

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Connecting to the Internet in a hotel: Practical Advice

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