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Hotel Casa Real
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Reviewed December 20, 2012

I visited Nicaragua for one week on business. Having stayed only one night upon arrival in Managua at a hotel near the airport I was interested in staying close to city and was recommended this hotel. Owned and operated by a 30+ year Nicaraguan resident Swiss man, the hotel is an interesting place with a very interesting and helpful owner, Rene Hauser and his wife who also run a French restaurant nearby which serves very good food in a more traditional European style. If you like hotels of a more typical western style hotel then this is not for you, but if you like something more personal and eclectic, then this is definitely of interest. Some very interesting and good quality Nicaraguan art, collected over 30 years adorns the walls of the hotel, and even more is to be found in the restaurant, “Marseilles” up the road. The pictures and paintings are very interesting to see and a great collection.
Rene’s advice on what was available around Managua, show his knowledge of the area, and he and his wife’s friendly manner and helpfulness were second to none. He also had a lot of interesting stories of life over 3 decades in some very turbulent times in Nicaragua, now thankfully passed. Overall a surprising country and a very nice place to stay, for all the reasons you wouldn’t expect.
Rooms were simply furnished but large, and in keeping with the hotel name, Casa real, it is more like a house ambience. Another plus is the free wifi through the hotel.

Room Tip: A choice between ground floor, or 1st floor rooms. No particular preference, though I had a 1st floor room. Room had air con, a good shower and a clean bed. Also free wifi through hotel
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled on business
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Thank Ben N
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Reviewed December 14, 2011

The hotel looks like in the 80's must have been a very posh hotel, now not so much.
There is tacky decoration all over the place, and it's in desperate need of a transformation.
For that same price you can stay in another place that would stand to the quality you are paying for.
One good thing about it is the breakfast buffet.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank freehall
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Reviewed March 16, 2009

Arriving at 15.00 hours, we were taken aback by the choice of our Agent of Casa Real as a suitable hotel for us, some 20 mins from the international airport.. The reasons for that consernation were (1) the hotel was in a residential area in the business sector of the city - some distance from the restaurants/ cafes, (2) the walk to those cafes etc was considered by the receptionist to be inadvisable (she suggested that I took off my watch), (3) the hotel had no restaurant but a take away could be orded (4) our room was next to the working washing machine area, which did not enamour us to it and finally (5) the hotel had little or no ambience or warmth.

As a result we asked our Agent to move us to more suitable accommodation, although the owner did offer us a taxi to take us to his restaurant some 10 mins away later that evening

Had we had transport or arrived late evening for an early morning tranfer - it would not have been a problem - just a sleep over

  • Stayed: February 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank kaw118
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Reviewed February 17, 2009

Spent my last two nights here during my 8-day Nicaragua solo vacation. It was a step-up for me after some hot travelling and this place was very comfortable. It was exactly what I needed to freshen-up and relax. Hot water galore, and strong A/C. Clean, comfortable bed. The staff, and owner, go out of their way to make sure that you have anything you need. There's a business office with free Internet and printer, and the hotel has free wireless if you have your own laptop. The location is good. A safe street, and about a 5-minute walk to a large modern shopping mall and restaurants.

I would definitely stay there again.

  • Stayed: February 2009, traveled solo
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Thank Neal R
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Reviewed February 12, 2006

Casa Real is a quite good and small hotel in Managua. The best I encountered during our four-day stay were 1) quiet and clean rooms and 2) very good, a la carte breakfast. The weak points are 1)no restaurant for lunch and supper and 2) not so close=safe to the restaurants that you could walk through the very dark streets. In the evening and at night you need a taxi, which may charge heavy mark-ups for a 3-minute ride.

  • Stayed: February 2006
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9  Thank HarriCanada
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