My husband and i stayed two nights at the end of our 10 day trip. The food was delicious, the service was friendly and Daniel the owner, was always on site for advice about the Country. I would highly recommend San Simian. Not so sure it's the best place for children cause it has a more romantic flare to it, but kids would enjoy it too. As a guest without children at home I may be a little biased to the peace and quiet of B&B's that don't have lots of little ones. Nonetheless, great place to stay, however, the mosquito nets on the beds could be a few feet larger. i woke up both mornings with lots of little tiny bugs on my pillow, but being in the forest that's to be expected so i wouldn't let it stop you from visiting. the outdoor shower had plenty of hpt water and was a real treat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- San Simian is a charming Eco Lodge in the Laguna de Apoyo Dry Forest Preserve. Nestled along the water's edge, this secluded resort has private unique lodging tucked into the slope of the crater and steps from the swimming dock, hammocks and bar where guests pass the time. Guests can stay in a unique palm-roofed cottage with open air shower, private garden or terrace, eat at our full service restaurant and relax at our outdoor bar. As San Simian is equipped with a Catamaran, several Kayaks, and other water toys, activity revolves at the lake front and in the clear warm water itself, however, bird and monkey watching in the surrounding forest are also popular, and we are also located at the entrance to a great hike path that leads up the hill to the Pueblas Blancas artisan villages and the stunning Mirador at Catarina. Please Call Ahead if you would like us to arrange a massage, pedicure, Spanish lesson, guided hike, Granada or Masaya tour. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- San Simian Eco Hotel Granada