Looking for a good value hotel in the beautiful capital of Paramaribo, in South America’s Suriname? Check out our top value picks!
For the following selections, TravelMag.com’s hotel team compared over 50 hotels in the city based on price, amenities, location and, in particular, client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of top value picks.
The Royal Torarica epitomises the tranquility of Suriname’s capital. It overlooks an estuary leading to the Suriname River, across which lies the peaceful Palmentuin, or Palm Garden, which backs onto the Presidential Palace. The hotel includes a fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool, a beautiful garden and on-site restaurant featuring regional and international dishes made from local produce.
Stylishly designed rooms in a beautiful setting are the order of the day at the Atlantis. Each room has a view of the hotel’s lovely gardens, which give a glimpse of the natural beauty of a country famed for its nature reserves and abundant wildlife. The hotel’s on-site casino offers another angle on a superb choice for those looking to relax as much as to explore this glorious South American haven.
The Hotel Palacio is located at the heart of Paramaribo, making it the perfect choice for those keen to explore the more cultural side of Suriname. The central market, Zeelandia Fort, Saint Peter and Paul Basilica and Independencia Square are each within a five-minute walk of the hotel. Rooms are spacious and stylishly furnished, with suites featuring views over the city centre.
This bright and colourful hotel is situated a little way from the waterfront and its attractive views across to southern Paramaribo. Fine facilities make the hotel seem more impressive than its two-star rating would suggest, including free wi-fi, breakfast, air conditioned rooms and of course the on-site casino. Fort Zeelandia Museum is just a few minutes’ walk from the Mirage.
The choice for the more environmentally conscious traveller, the Eco Resort Inn is set in a large, renovated colonial townhouse and provides guests with views over either the Suriname River or the hotel’s lovingly tended gardens. A sauna, fitness and aerobic centre add to the general sense of wellbeing at the inn, and all food provided at the buffet in the Riverside Hut located in the garden is sustainably sourced.