I planned to stay here for ten days in July. However I got the chance to go to Costa Rica for a few days so the owners let me stow my suitcase in their luggage room until I got back and did not charge me for the days I was not there which I thought was extremely fair.
It is near a couple of bus stops that go direct to Mercado Huembes and taxis are easy to find round there. It is ideal if you are going to be out all day and come back exhausted around nine o'clock ready for bed or a bit of TV. It probably also helps if you speak a bit of the language. The included breakfast of mostly fresh fruit is great. The rooms are clean and the fans keep it comfortable and it felt very safe. I loved the inner court yard where you could eat breakfast in the open air. We had to leave very early to get to the airport and we were given a packed breakfast to take with us. Would definitely stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a tourist hostal intended for backpackers, here you will find the basic necessities to start or continue your trip. Managua is a hot city, here is not common bath with hot water; usually around the country it is with cold water. At 300 meters from us you will find the shopping center Multicentro Las Americas. There are restaurants, supermarkets, banks, cinemas and all kinds of shops. CHECK OUT is 10:00 am. WE CLOSED at 11 P.M (23h). In order to respect the comfort of all guests, we turn out the principal lights and wi-fi at 11pm. Just 7 kms away from International Airport, 2 kms away from Huembes terminal buses and 4 kms from Mayoreo terminal buses, 8 kms away from UCA Terminal buses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Nicaragua Guest House Hotel Managua