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All-Inclusive Hotels and Accommodations in Managua
Are you looking for all-inclusive hotel rooms in Managua? This culturally-rich, relaxing destination has a selection of all-inclusive hotels and other accommodations. The closest major airport is in Managua (MGA-Augusto C. Sandino Intl.), which is located 7 mi (11.2 km) from the city center. Once you've made your way to your hotel and settled into your room, head out to see the volcano, and explore the parks in Managua.
Take a look at our most popular Managua hotels where you can enjoy great amenities, experience quality service, and have a memorable vacation.
Hotel Vistamar - 3-star all-inclusive beach resort with 43 rooms. It boasts a restaurant, an outdoor pool, a terrace, and free self parking. Onsite food and beverages are included.
Barceló Montelimar - All Inclusive - Features 4 restaurants, a swim-up bar, 3 outdoor pools, and a spa tub. Guests like the dining options, bar, and beach locale. This 3.5-star all-inclusive beachfront resort has 293 rooms. Onsite food and beverages, onsite activities, and use of facilities and equipment are included.
Planning Your Trip to Managua
If you're curious about the best season to visit Managua, here is a summary of the weather throughout the year:
- Hottest months: April, May, March, and February, with an average temperature of 93°F
- Coldest months: December, January, November, and February, with an average temperature of 69°F
- Driest months: April, March, February, and December, with an average rainfall of 0 inches
- Rainiest months: October, June, September, and July, with an average rainfall of 8.45 inches
Sightseeing In and Around Managua
Venture out to Plaza Inter and National Arboretum and see why travelers like Managua! Other attractions include Sandino Monument, Loma de Tiscapa National Historical Park, and Tiscapa Lagoon.
Managua is also known for its:
- Cultural attractions
- Live music