Nicaragua Hotels

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Boutique Hotel in Granada, Nicaragua – Video Tour

La Bocona Hotel a boutique hotel in Granada Nicaragua and definitely one of the most unique and grandest hotels we stayed at while traveling all over Nicaragua in Central America. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .

El Convento Hotel, Leon – Video Tour

El Convento Hotel in Leon Nicaragua maybe not be the real convent that once stood in the same spot over two centuries ago, but they sure did a good job recreating it. This is definitely an amazing place to stay … Continue reading

An Eco-Friendly Lodge with an Organic Farm on Ometepe Island, Nicaragua

Ometepe, the largest fresh water island of Nicaragua with two volcanoes on it. It is definitely a place you want to visit during your trip while visiting this country. But Ometepe is also known for it’s unique lodging that makes … Continue reading

La Perla Hotel – Luxury Hotel in Leon Nicaragua

On our last night in the country we had a grand farewell by staying in a hotel in Leon Nicaragua called La Perla Hotel which is located right in the heart of of the city! Before arriving I knew that … Continue reading

Eco Lodge Adventure on Ometepe Nicaragua – Totoco Lodge

Did you know that Ometepe Nicaragua is the largest fresh water island in the world? And I bet you didn’t know it was the only freshwater island in the world with TWO volcanoes on it! With that said, you know … Continue reading

La Bocona Hotel – Luxury Hotel in Granada, Nicaragua

Granada is Nicaragua’s colonial gem! Cobblestone streets, great boulevards with hundreds of outdoor restaurants and cafes, lake front parks and isletas, and don’t forget the horse carriage ride, are just a few of the things to do here! So to … Continue reading

Hotel in Leon Nicaragua – Luxury and Uniqueness El Convento Hotel

When I first heard of El Convento Hotel in Leon, Nicaragua I was instantly drawn to it. First of all, the fact that we would be staying in a Convent, even if it is fully refurbished and reconstructed, is different … Continue reading