This hotel is a few blocks away from the central plaza, nearer to the lake, right on the street known locally as "Restaurant Row" -- a good thing; convenient to many restaurants and bars. Breakfast was included with our room but that depends on the deal you have with your reservation. It was ok most days -- the usual buffet array. Sunday's offerings were better. We never ate in the restaurant for lunch or dinner and never saw anyone else eating there either. Our room was large and comfortable, the air conditioning worked well, and it was quiet. That's the trade-off in Granada: hotels are cheaper, closer to the plaza, but close to the plaza it can get pretty noisy. The price is high for Nicaragua so make sure to try to get some kind of discount if you can - they offer some standard ones. The pool at the Hotel Granada is, I've heard, the largest in town - it certainly is big enough to really swim in, though I didn't get a chance to, and has a bar poolside. There is a nice lobby and the wireless worked well. There is a computer in the lobby - heavily used - with a really awful keyboard - ok for basic email. The clientele are mostly middle-aged Europeans and Americans and wealthy central Americans.
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