Conveniently located near the airport and the Real Plaza Shopping Mall, Hotel Casa de la Luna provides its guests with comfortable and spacious accommodations. The Triple Rooms are especially well suited for families as they provide beds for up to three guests. Complimentary Wi-Fi access and the indoor pool will keep the kids busy while the rest of the family sits back and relaxes. Guests may purchase access to the daily American style breakfast provided by the hotel. There are many restaurants located nearby for families to eat at for lunch and dinner.
Our Editor Loves
- Playing in the indoor pool
- Near the airport and mall
- Rooms for three available
- Water Sports
- Free Wi-Fi
My spouse and I stayed 5 nights. The room was in front on 2nd floor next to conference room. It was noisy, but mostly from external sources -- dog barking, horns, etc. One evening there was a meeting next door and it did not end until 11pm, so there was internal noise then. The room was spacious and clean, and everything worked. The air conditioning is a plus. The restaurant in the hotel is adequate, not gourmet, but the menu is very comprehensive and pisco sours are great. My only complaint is that the staff, while very gracious, did not speak any English. That made it difficult to convey messages from the university that was hosting me. I would return.
Only stayed 1 night - which was too much. The hotel's hallways are LOUD, we had a schollclass roaming about the hotel and NOBODY of the staff nor of the teachers made a stop to this terror! Even in the restaurant they raomed and only after I myself really raised my voice LOUD for some tranquility to be able to have a decent conversions ourselves some hotel guy came and took a look, but did not call those kids for raison!
In the business room was some kind of speech, yet with open doors which also contributed to the loudness. Yet this one was ended in a decent time.
The rooms have the charme of a cheap closet, the fridge in the room alreasy on the outside was terribly dirty mst not have seen a cleaning rag for years. Don't bother to open the curtains: the only thing you'll see is a air shaft. It seems that the staff is still in learning modus and for this everything takes a while.
And it's 12 blooks from the center - which we were told - and no other restaurants around. So you are more or less forced to dine in.
My fazit: NEVER again, avoid this one!