The last two nights of our trip to Nicaragua were spent at the Hilton Princess Managua. It was an excellent choice. It doesn't offer you much of a taste of Nicaragua, but after some of the other hotels we stayed at, we were glad to be at one that we could get a good night's sleep. All of the staff were polite and courteous, especially the ladies in the executive lounge. The breakfast and happy hour in the exec. lounge was pretty good as well. Our room was very clean and extremely comfortable. The only problem we had was that the shower drained a bit slow.
Since we had one full day left, we took a trip to Masaya, to see the volcano, market, Apoyo lagoon, and Coyotepe. The hotel arranged for us to go with one of their drivers. It was a bit more than a tour company, but it was worth it. We were able to move at our own pace and John did an incredible job as a guide. And unlike some of the other taxis we had taken, this one was clean and John proved a much safer driver than most. After our long morning adventure, we relaxed poolside. The pool area is very nice, unfortunately, it is in a courtyard with 4 tall walls that minimize the amount of sun it receives.
This is a great place to stay on your way in and/or out of Nicaragua via the International Airport.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hilton Princess Managua hotel in Nicaragua is centrally located in the city’s entertainment and business district, only a few minutes from the Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport (MGA). ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Princess Managua Hotel Managua
- Hilton Hotel Managua
- Hilton Managua
- Managua Hilton