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Reviewed February 11, 2020

For the first time since the uprisings of 2018 a few tourists are returning to Nicaragua which is a very beautiful country. Although I would not recommend travelling here on your, travelling with an organized tour is now quite feasible. One of the stops will certainly be the old colonial city of Granada which has an architectural identity created by the wars and fires of the mid 1800s. Everything basically dates from after that time including the Hotel Casa del Consulado.

It is located only two short blocks away from the main plaza and cathedral which may be the most recognizable building in all of Central America. There are only 14 rooms which are quite large and centred around an open courtyard. There are some nice paintings on the walls of volcanoes and lakes.

Breakfast is included and is served individually rather than as a buffet and it's quite good. There is also a bar and a pool which is great for cooling off in Granada's very hot afternoons.

Our room was on the second floor and had an outdoor patio.

The internet works well and you can get a few english channels on the tv.

Overall this place is a safe oasis in this interesting city.

Room tip: The Verde room has a nice outdoor patio.
Date of stay: February 2020
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Thank maritimeexplorer
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Reviewed January 7, 2020

Good location. Large room with two beds. Pool was almost private. Helpful staff. $80

However, we checked out other hotels and the following looked good. Chocolate Museum Hotel $40 - nice pool. Smaller room i assume. Hotel Grenada has a huge pool- like a resort in the city. Room smaller - $80. Hotel Merced $125 - impressive colonial architecture. Lavish.

Room tip: By the pool
Date of stay: January 2020
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Thank goodtaste_10
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Reviewed January 1, 2020

We stayed 3 nights in Granada over Christmas and enjoyed the Consulado's
colonial architecture, great location, and very helpful staff. Located a short
walk from the main square Consulado is a peaceful oasis with beautiful high-
ceilinged bedrooms set around a lovely swimming pool and courtyard.

During our stay we enjoyed the Masaya night tour, Mombacho zip-lining, Isletas boat trip, Chocolate Museum and many fun evenings on Calle Calzada. Airport pickup was a bonus (arranged by the hotel) as we had not been to Nicaragua before and didnt want to deal with car rental, driving directions etc.

Many thanks again to Adria,Rudy, Rolando and team for the warm hospitality
and excellent service. Best wishes for 2020!

Date of stay: December 2019
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Thank Simon R
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Reviewed May 15, 2019

This place was a great find. Lovely atmosphere in the courtyard and really nice spacious room. Well located and easy to access the rest of the city. They were also able to help us book activities and figure out how to get to Ometepe.

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Reviewed June 27, 2018

I stayed at Casa del Consulado during the busy Easter week. The place is very well run, clean rooms and nice hot breakfast. The front desk and Geovany provided efficent booking, check-in\ check out and support for a day trip tp Ometepe. It is perfectly located between La Merced and the parqueThe inside secure parking is a big bonus well worth the three minutes walk. The Masaya room had a nice view on the roof tops.Pool was also very clean and refreshing. I would certainly return.

Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank Montrealcharles
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