Suchitoto is a very popular weekend destination for Salvadorans. It has broad cultural activities such as art galleries, cultural centers, and handcrafts.
Los Tercios Waterfall
El Rinconcito del Gringo, Calle Francisco Morazan #27 (Just 2 blocks west of city hall and municipal market), ☎ (503) 2327-2351, . 8 am to 9 pm. This little restaurant and gallery owned by El Gringo Roberto, an expat from California, offers great Tex/Mex food and typical Salvadorean foods. They are open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant also has a small art gallery as well as a new hostel. Try their fish or veggie tacos, super burritos or quesadillas. If you want a real treat try the gourmet pupusas, garlic and basil, mushroom and squash just to mention a few. Robert Broz and his wife Tita are happy to provide travel information to those that ask.$1-$5.
Hostel El Rinconcito del Gringo, Calle Francisco Morazan #27 (Just 2 blocks west of the market), ☎ (503) 2327-2351, . checkin: anytime; checkout: 2:00 pm. Suchitoto's newest hostel offers two private rooms and one large dorm room with four double beds. The private rooms have great beds, a shared living room with cable TV, drinking water and a book exchange. The hostel also provides a complete braekfast for those staying in the private rooms. The owner Robert Broz also offers tours and travelers information, he is a real expert on Suchitoto and El Salvador, better than any guide book.$10/person.
Los Almendros de San Lorenzo, Ph: (503) 2-335 1200, . Historical hotel with suites with air conditioning, gourmet restaurant & bar, tropical gardens & pool.
La Posada de Suchitlán, Tel. (503) 2335-1064, Fax (503) 2335-1277, . Colonial - like hotel made of adobe and wood.