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This little hotel is in the former old El Capitan movie theatre. It's definitely for young people on a budget but it's clean, retro and definitely on a street with plenty of night life! Bars with live Cuban music, restaurants etc. We had a sink...More
I booked this as a budget hotel and did not see any of the very negative reviews before paying - my heart sank! However, for us, it all turned out OK. The following points are made:
1. Parking. Costs $15 or $20 dollars for 12...More
I consider myself a budget traveller - hostels, campsites anything on a budget but this place is easily and by far the worst place I have ever stayed.
Disgusting toilets and showers I would not step in - I have seen cleaner wholes in the...More
Response from GuestXperienceTeam, Guest Relations Manager at El Capitan HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear Guest, thank you very much for booking your stay with us. We try very hard to make our guests stays as pleasant as possible, and it is always a disappointment when we learn one of them has left with a less than the first-rate...More
This Hotel is rough at best.
I blew it by booking this ... and don’t know what I was thinking?
The first tell-tell sign was the front desk is behind bullet proof glass. When I went to my room it was disgusting. I’ve stayed in...More
Response from GuestXperienceTeam, Guest Relations Manager at El Capitan HotelResponded 4 weeks ago
Dear Guest, thank you very much for booking your stay with us. We try very hard to make our guests stay as pleasant as possible, and it is always a disappointment when we learn one of them has left with a less than the first-rate...More
They charged me &$200 for 2 nights.
1. The room is ok to me the 1st night, until the 2nd night when I saw a cockroach. Yes! A cockroach!
2. The bathroom is terrible! Broken tiles and poor repaired walls. Stained all over the toilet....More
Thank Kira V
Response from GuestXperienceTeam, Guest Relations Manager at El Capitan HotelResponded October 5, 2017
Hi Kira, we are very sorry to hear that you had such a poor first impression of our hotel. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service to our guests, so we are very disappointed to hear about your experience. We apologize profusely for this,...More
$55 - $111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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