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Hotel Residence Inn Paramaribo

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#9 of 36 hotels in Paramaribo
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free parking
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Airport transportation
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Dry Cleaning
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Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
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The hotel is nice, spacious and does not have too many rooms. The garden is full of Iguanas and beautiful birds. The receptionists are friendly and speak English. The internet must be the slowest internet in all Paramaribo. I stayed at places where a night costs 1/10th of the price of the Residence Inn, but the internet was faster there. Especially on the weekends, when locals come to spend the day at the pool, it breaks down again and again. I ended up using my mobile data at the hotel, which is not how it is supposed to be, right? If they fixed that and got a bit more fruits at breakfast, it would almost be perfect.
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I was visiting Paramaribo for business and stayed for quite a while at the Residence Inn, I knew what to expect before arrival so wasn’t surprised or disappointed. Rooms are basic, bed was comfortable but very thin sheets, bathroom very tight but functional. A/C was excellent, possibly too good given the lack of real bedding. Telephone in room was not functional and there is no smoke detector in the room. Breakfast was always interesting, if the omelette station was manned there was no problem, if not however you’d have to take a chance with what was pre-prepared if you want something hot. Most days it was alright, although not always very “western”- sometimes the thought of eating liver or dark fish first thing in the morning was a little too tough for me. Evening meals were a little over priced in my opinion but there are a high number of restaurants within 15 mins walk that offer significantly better quality and prices. The WiFi signal is strong throughout the hotel and grounds, no issue connecting to it BUT do not expect to use the internet at much during your stay. Internet speed is often poor to terrible- expect to buy a data SIM from Digicell if you intend on doing anything more than opening a webpage. There is a real and significant mosquito problem in the bedrooms at this hotel. I received no less than 50 mosquito bites over the course of my stay and they all happened in the bedroom. I spent around 200SRD on repellents and insect sprays and spent an hour hunting every evening on return from work to try and minimise the bites. I still have scars on my legs and ankles from over a month ago. Pros +Comfortable bed +Reasonable laundry cost +Close to supermarket +Good A/C Cons -WiFi is unacceptable -Mosquitos extremely prevalent in bedrooms -Noisy -Breakfast selection lacking
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The residence is quite far out of the centre. However the pool offers enough distraction to not be bothered by that. The rooms are good and the staff is friendly. The is good airco and the bar is located just at the pool
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I was lucky to be offered a room in this very nice hotel by SLM after my flight was cancelled. Staff was polite and helpfull and treated me as any other guest. I enjoyed the garden restaurant by the pool where I had diner and breakfast. The building is modern but the garden has some old mango trees which adds to the serene atmosphere. The garden has some unusual pets: you can see iguana's in the trees.
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I honestly could not even stay here...arrived at 2am to get in my room and find that there were literally hundreds of mosquitoes swarming around my bed, I went to the bathroom to use the wifi without getting eaten alive, to find out it was completely disconnected. Then, I walked to the phone to call the front desk and complain, and I found a massive roach on my way to the phone, it was still alive. The staff was courteous and genuinely tried to help...but the solutions offered were absurd and ineffective...this is the first time I actually had to leave a hotel, the Couryard up the street is much nicer, and I hear the Eco Resort is pretty nice as well. Plus, I was charged for the night.
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