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2,5-sterren pension in Paramaribo
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2 nov. 2019
I stayed for three weeks in the guesthouse "De Kleine Historie" and had a very nice time.…
5 jul. 2019
Onthoud: verzamel 10 stempels en ontvang 1 bonusnacht*
The best budget option in Paramaribo! Excellent value for money and the location can't be beat. The large balconies on the 2nd and 3rd floors are special places to sit snd read and watch the world go by. I had the double with AC and recommend it after a long, hot, sweaty day of walking around Parbo. Shared shower and bathrooms were kept clean snd I never had to wait to use. Breakfast is sufficient with bread, salami, cheese and peanut butter and jelly (jam) along with tea and coffee. WiFi worked well and only was unavailable for a few hours during my 5 night stay. Shared shuttle minivans to the international airport cost 90 SRD and should be reserved in advance. Credit card machine at guesthouse was not working but I used the "Pay Now" option on Expedia to avoid that problem. Credit cards NOT accepted widely and only a few ATMs work with foreign cards in Parbo, so prepare for that. The nearest mini-markets are "Die Witte Zwann" and "Chyco" to buy water - 5 SRB for 1.5 L and beer for 10 SRD. One recommended place for lunch is the "Rooftop Restaurant" on 4th floor of Ramada hotel, just a 10 minute walk away. River and city views, a pool, good food, and Visa credit cards accepted. The Ogi Japanese restaurant in the Ramada also has all-u-can-eat sushi nights midweek and other specials that make for a nice splurge. The small kiosks on the riverside just 1 minute walk away are great for a Parbo beer - 25 SRB for cold liter bottle - and to sit and read and chat with locals.
David, Reis van 2 nachten, 1 aug. 2019
Nulla che potesse piacere,struttura vecchia e fatiscente. Camera piccola senza un minimo di mobilia, bagno esterno in comune in condizioni pessime.
Danilo, Reis van 3 nachten, 15 aug. 2019