It was a last minute choice to visit Granada, and because of Hotel Spa, it was the highlight of our entire trip. The front desk responded promptly to all inquiries and fixed our rate when they noticed we had been overcharged. Breakfast boasted local fare, american classics, and the best coffee I've ever tasted. Steer clear of the french toast, a forgivable exception to an otherwise wonderful spread. The pool area is well lit, gorgeous, and even has a few intimate nooks if you care to sunbathe away from other travelers. Beware: three extremely territorial ducks will give you hell if you wander into their space. Only possible drawback, room didn't have much of a view.
Would definitely stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Spa Granada is located in the center of Granada, and is housed in the largest intact surviving colonial mansion of Granada. It comprises five courtyard gardens, each with its own distinctive flavor. Decorated with edgy modern furnishings, Hotel Spa Granada has the feeling of a hip modern hotel in an authentic colonial setting, creating a unique blending of the modern and the traditional. Always benefiting from breezes from Lake Cocibolca, the large shared balconies provide an ideal vantage point from which to watch the glorious Nicaraguan sunsets. You’ll enjoy refreshing yourself in the hotel’s 60 foot swimming pool in a flowery patio with bar and snacks, and relaxing with the daily spa treatment included with all room rentals. ... more less
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