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Hotel Camino Real Managua - Managua Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Camino Real Managua

Km 9.5 Carretera Norte, Managua - Map
"Convenient for airport; nice pool; slow service"
I stayed at this hotel with my 3 kids on the way into and out of Managua. It is very close to the airport and they have a free shuttle which was very convenient. They came quickly when I called after landing at 8pm, which was great. Nice front desk staff, but the restaurant was VERY slow and the waiters were not very friendly. The morning breakfast buffet was wonderful - worth the extra money to purchase in package. Nice pool area too -- especially for an airport hotel.
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Hotel Contempo - Managua Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Contempo

km 11 carretera masaya 400 metros, Managua - Map
"Fabulous Boutique Hotel"
Absolutely loved my stay here. Great decor, loved that rooms are each unique and the food at the hotel was quite good! Definitely recommend this hotel!
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Barcelo Managua - Managua Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Barcelo Managua

Enitel Villa Fontana, 1500 mts al Sur, Managua - Map
"Not bad but mistakes made"
Stayed 2 nights, room very nice, pool beautiful, but on valentines day afternoon all subnets and hammocks were removed about 1.30pm and they started to set up the tables etc for the evening evening dinner. No notice of this was apparent and no one came to let us know what was happening. We used room service for dinner bothnights because of the events going on. The first night was fine, but the second was a disaster. One of our meals turned up, but the other didn't, tried to find out from room service but they weren't answering, so my partner went down to reception and was told that the starter he wanted wasn't available, so apparently that meant no meal was delivered, and they didn't bother to tell us that no food was coming for him, so he didn't get to eat that night. Another issue is the free shuttle. We booked with Expedia and it clearly states free shuttle, but we had to prove this several times when booking to get to the airport. Everyone other than Expedia booked were charged $10. So if you book with Expedia make sure you have the paperwork to prove it. Other than these issues, it is a pleasant hotel, although the drinks are a bit pricey in the bar.
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Holiday Inn Express Managua - Managua Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Holiday Inn Express Managua

Blvd. Jean Paul Genie de la Rotonda 800, Managua - Map
"An Ok hotel for a quick business trip"
The hotel is ok but did not like the location not so much. Nothing around..there is no restaurant on the hotel so you have to take a taxi to go get something to eat if you are hungry.
A Traveller
Welcome to our new Holiday Inn Express Managua. Conveniently located only minutes away from the city centre and within …More
Real InterContinental Managua at Metrocentro Mall - Managua Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Real InterContinental Managua at Metrocentro Mall

Frente a Centro Comercial, Managua - Map
"Beautiful hotel"
Beautiful hotel, first class staff! Luis gave us great poolside service.
A Traveller
Hotel Casa Real - Managua Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Casa Real

Rotonda Rubén Darío, 2c al Oeste, Managua - Map
Hotel Hex - Managua Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Hotel Hex

Bello Horizonte frente, al centro, Managua - Map
"Excellent location!"
A little too small for my taste, but pleasing overall. Very good breakfast and nice cocktails at the bar!!!
Traveller from Miami
Hotel Real La Merced - Granada Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Real La Merced

Calle Real Xalteva, Granada - Map
Hotel Plaza Colon - Granada Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Plaza Colon

In front of Parque Central, Granada - Map
"Very beautiful hotel..but would not go again...."
I just spent 10 days in Nicaragua, staying first in Esteli, second in the Miraflor cloud forest and then lastly in Granada at the Hotel Plaza Colon. Our stays in Esteli and the Miraflor were amazing and would definitely go back but would not return to Hotel Plaza Colon or Granada in general. The hotel was very upscale and beautiful the staff member that checked us in was very unwelcoming and I think this started us off on the wrong foot. We then lost power several times during the day and because of this we had a hard time finding food for dinner anywhere in the city. It was also the first place on our trip where we both ended up feeling slightly ill. Also, a turnoff for me was the dozens of horse drawn carriages out front. We saw one man whipping one of his horses without provocation and many of the horses were not given water even after being out there all day. Overall, the hotel is in a very central location and is very luxurious and comfortable but I think a nice b&b or smaller hotel would have best suited us. I would definitely not go back here or even to Granada as it seems very trendy and it was the first time in Nicaragua that we had a couple people try to pick our pockets. Did not have the best experience here. If you are only spending a night and just need a good sleep the rooms and beds are very comfortable and would be a good place for a quick stop perhaps.
A Traveller
Timeless Hotel Boutique - Managua Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Timeless Hotel Boutique

2nd Entrance Las Colinas 1.2 km East, Managua - Map
"friendly people"
I was picked up at the hotel, however, I had a hard time finding the driver (actually the owner), so I almost took a cab. The room was nice, but lacked appropriate plugin for computer and cell phone. Breakfast was good. I was there one night and my friends picked me up the next day and were given a tour, which was nice, but then were asked to pay for the coffee that was offerred to them. We thought that could easily have been complimentary in the interest of promoting their new hotel. All in all, it was OK.
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