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My boyfriend and I had the absolute pleasure of spending some time at Morgan’s Rock last year. Everything about this place is a dream. Amazing service from start to finish. Stunning bungalows, our room was so beautiful. The food from the restraunt was so amazing...More
This resort is amazing, we had so much fun exploring the property. As foodies we loved that the menu changed daily and was always good!
The staff was so nice, Yader was super fun and a great bartender!
Mike set up a fabulous diner on...More
Thank Elena F
Response from MorgansRockMgr, General Manager at Morgan's Rock Hacienda and EcolodgeResponded March 28, 2018
Dear Elena F
Thank you for your visit and allowing us to celebrate your 10th anniversary, dinner at the beach is one of our guest’s favorite experiences, it was a way for us to thank you for choosing MR as your travel destination and we...More
Family trip last summer. Great escape to the jungle. Food was a bit predictable but good quality. Stayed for a week but that may have been a bit long. It is a beautiful resort and amazing beach to explore.
My family of 5 (2 teenage girls and my 72 year old mom) visited Morgan's Rock and had a fantastic time. The place is beautiful, service is great and the food is wonderful.
The cabins were really cool with a great view of the ocean....More
This spot is a hidden gem. From almost every spot at this resort you have a view of the water. The rooms are in the style of luxury tree houses and charming. The food is excellent. really great that you can dine at the beach...More
We felt very safe in Nicaragua but there wasn’t a travel ban. The people there are wonderful. I would try to avoid staying in the more urban areas such as Managua and Leon if there’s a travel ban. San Juan Del Sur is close... More
We felt very safe in Nicaragua but there wasn’t a travel ban. The people there are wonderful. I would try to avoid staying in the more urban areas such as Managua and Leon if there’s a travel ban. San Juan Del Sur is close to Costa Rica probably a little safer.
The bungalows and villas all have screened in areas (like where the bed is), as well as outdoor space, but the structures are mostly made of wood, and aren’t exactly hermetically sealed. My wife and I spent a week there in... More
The bungalows and villas all have screened in areas (like where the bed is), as well as outdoor space, but the structures are mostly made of wood, and aren’t exactly hermetically sealed. My wife and I spent a week there in December and there were almost no bugs. In fact, we never had any inside our room, but the potential is certainly there, and I imagine it has a lot to do with the time of year you’re there, plus a little luck. If you’re very, very squeamish about insects and spiders and scorpions, it might not be the perfect place for you...That said, it’s an eco-lodge in Nicaragua, and is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been in the whole world, so my personal opinion is that the experience is more than worth a potential encounter with a creepy crawly or two.