The Hotel El Indioâ€™s concrete and glass faÃ§ade and tired neon signs do little to tempt tourists. But those who do make it through the front door will be rewarded with a warm welcome from the OtavaleÃ±o owners and with spotlessly clean rooms, all with private bathrooms and cable TV. The decoration is a curious mix of 70s kitschâ€“think black leather armchairs and bright strip lightingâ€“and OtavaleÃ±o, with large, brightly colored murals and wall-hangings. Breakfast isn't included, but the hotel's restaurant next door offers it for an extra $3. Don't confuse this place with the more expensive Hotel El Indio Inn, which is located a couple of blocks away.
Ca. Sucre between Salinas and Morales.
This Hotel is: Budget