Location: San Jose, Costa Rica
Address: Avenida Central, Calle 7, 11801 San José Costa Rica
Experience the vibrant energy of San José by staying at the Presidente Hotel San Jose, located in the heart of the city. A hotel with history that once housed two of the most exclusive clothing boutiques in the city: La Dama Moderno and El Caballero Elegant, and whose legacy continues through the sewing machines, billboards and vintage cash registers that adorn our no. Nevertheless modern accommodation.
Settle in and enjoy our comfortable beds, air conditioning, wireless internet connection (WI-FI) and flat screen televisions, without neglecting our room service, a mini refrigerator, and safes large enough to accommodate one laptop.
Our standard rooms are just what you need to recharge your batteries after a day of travel or exploration. A hot pressure shower in an impeccable bathroom, a comfortable bed, Wi-Fi and a delicious breakfast included … The 30 square meter rooms have a king bed, private bathroom, air conditioning, flat screen TV, spacious closets to accommodate your clothes and a table with chairs where you can enjoy a drink, or work on your computer.
Forget the car and explore the colorful sights, sounds and energy of San José on foot! In the revitalized downtown district, the Presidente Hotel San Jose is conveniently located within walking distance of world-famous cultural institutions, museums, and theaters.
There is nothing like traveling and many choose us for our unbeatable location in the center of San José, right on the Pedestrian Boulevard of Avenida Central. However, you may be surprised to discover many more reasons to stay here: free wireless Internet access, the Azotea Calle 7 restaurant and bar, a generous breakfast included or being able to store your luggage while you continue your adventure.
Sit in the wrought iron chairs and tables on the terrace, where you can enjoy the breeze and the mountains that enclose the Central Valley. Or if you prefer, move inside the bar, where the atmosphere changes to a modern setting, with wooden and mosaic floors, an exposed black ceiling and furniture that mixes new pieces with Louis XV style chairs, vases and other memorabilia that belonged to the founders of the Hotel Presidente, Samuel Gudes and his partner Estanislao Scriba.