Hotel El Convento is located at the heart of León, Nicaragua, on the site of the former San Francisco Convent. Its magnificent colonial style architecture and lush gardens offer a peaceful atmosphere which will make your stay a very pleasant experience. The hotel has 31 executive rooms, each with two queen size beds. Your room will feature air conditioning, private bath, color television, hairdryer and free WiFi.
The San Francisco Convent was founded in the city of León in 1639 by the Reverend Brother Pedro de Zúñiga. It was the first convent in the city. However, in 1830, it was decreed that convent or monastery buildings should be used as educational establishments or for public benefit. Thanks to photographs and accounts from citizens of León, this historic landmark which has housed many important figures from Nicaragua's history has been saved.
High above the worries of the world in the mountains of Nicaragua, ecotourism pioneers built Selva Negra EcoLodge, where hot showers, fluffy towels, crisply-laundered sheets and hearty mountain fare await you after a day of hiking and birding in the cloud forest. Surrounding the resort is an organic farm and plantation that produces one of the most celebrated coffees in the world.
Nineteen bungalows on the grounds range in size from one to four bedrooms, each with their own front porch. While here, guests on IE’s Nicaragua tour will explore the cloud forest trails searching for some of the 220 bird species recorded here, and Learn about shade-grown coffee on a guided walking.
Located just across from Granada's historic Parque Central, the Hotel Plaza Colon is set in an elegant colonial home, which has been lovingly restored to its original style and architecture. Enjoy interior courtyards and balconies overlooking the Cathedral while sipping an El Macua, the national cocktail of Nicaragua. Tour the city in a horse-drawn carriage during your free time; the carriages depart from the hotel lobby. Every room features two Queen beds, air-conditioning, private bath, international television, hairdryer and a safety deposit box.
21-room Hotel Victoriano is one of the oldest houses in the city, built just steps from the beach over a century ago by the British immigrant William Herbert George Cross, who ran the cable company in San Juan del Sur in early 1900. A boutique hotel with fine wood finishes and a heavenly Victorian design, Victoriano offers stunning sunsets over the bay of San Juan del Sur. Rooms are specially equipped with real cedar furniture; hardwood selected and worked by Nicaraguan craftsmen who retained the classic design of the Victorian era. All rooms feature, cable TV and DVD, AC, individual safe, mini-bar, hair dryer, and free Wi-Fi.
In the heart of the capital, surrounded by restaurants and shops, Hotel Elements offers 4-star accommodations with free Wi-Fi, a gym and pool. Rooms have AC, mini-bar, electronic safe, hair dryer, coffee making facilities and a relaxing en suite hot water rain shower.