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InterContinental San Salvador-Metrocentro Mall

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Fabiola Abarca
Chief Concierge

Welcome to the Real InterContinental San Salvador. We are all committed on going beyong our possibilities to ensure your stay with us is memorable. We are charachterized for our warm and welcoming service, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Things to do
The Perfect Day


The landscape of the city is dominated by the beautiful and now extinct San Salvador volcano. A After enjoying a hearty and delicious breakfast at Faisca do Brazil restaurant located in the lobby of the Hotel, start your day with a visit to the "El Boqueron". "El Boqueron" is the crater of the San Salvador Voclano now a National Park. At an altitude of 6,200 feet, the views of the San Salvador Valley are magical and contrary to San Salvador city, the temperature is cooler. Follow one of the nature trails which allows you to experience El Salvador's natural beauty. Be sure to stop at any of the local restaurants, which house beautiful gardens and offer typical cuisine.


Once you have driven down from El Boqueron continue your perfect day with a visit to the Anthropological Museum David J Guzman. Here you will learn about the pre-Hispanic past, the colonial mix, and the identity of El Salvador. After the Museum visit you should be back at the Hotel sometime around 4 pm, perfect time to wrap up your afternoon with a luscious spa ritual. Start with a body exfoliation and prepare your body for a relaxing hot stone massage and hydrating body wrap.


As the evening sets in and the beautiful colors of the sunset grow even more intense, enjoy a cocktail at Nau Sushi Lounge before dinner. Once ready for dinner, walk over to Picasso Restaurant. This restaurant is a favorite among locals for its Mediterranean cuisine and brick oven pizzas. If tempted to an after-dinner drink, walk out to the terrace area, and enjoy a stroll along the gardens before wrapping up your perfect day in El Salvador.

Did You Know?
  • La Laguna Botanical Garden

    Located inside an extinct volcano crater that erupted more than 2,200 years ago. La Laguna The La Laguna Botanical Garden is a hidden jewel for flora lovers. It is home to more than 3,500 species of local and exotic plants. You will find different types of grasses, palm trees, home garden and industrial plants, South American and African plants, conifers, medicinal plants, orchids, aquatic plants, ferns, bromelias and many others all divided into 32 different gardens. Due to its dense vegetation the Botanical Garden have an average temperature of 73.4 F year-round with a 73% relative humidity. It is a favorite among families as the Gardens have a dedicated children area, coffee shop, herb garden and picnic grounds.

  • People

    People in Salvador are well known for being friendly and warm and their welcoming character.

  • Puerta del Diablo

    Two enormous rocks on the edge of a valley frame a fantastic view of San Salvador.

What to Pack