Ideal for backpackers, NGO and groups!!!
Just 6 kms away from International Airport, 3 kms Ter minal bus Huembes, 4 Kms Terminal Bus Mayoreo market.
The hotel reserves the right to evict guests acting in a disrespectful manner, acting illegally or breaching hotel codes of conduct.
WATCH OUT: Some taxi drivers might tell you we are closed or full, ect. Simply, because they want to take you to a big hotel to get a big commission, if this happens try another taxi !!! If it is the first time you are visiting Nicaragua, and are going to take a Taxi Cab, first don't get into the first Taxi Cab, first ask the rate to your destination. behind that cab would be another one that will take you for a cheaper fare.
WE DONT ATTEND SPIRIT AIRLINES FLIGHTS AND KING QUALITY BUS Midnight
We do not offer private parking
A) We not accept children under 9 years.
B) CHECK OUT is 10:00 am.
C) Please keep the volume of your TV low, so you will not disturb the other guests.
D) This establishment strictly prohibits guests from occupying a room for purposes other than for legitimate overnight stays. If a guest is found to be using a room for illicit or illegal purposes, the guest will be immediately removed from the premises, without refund.
E) When guests are long-term (more than 3 nights) we will change bedding and linens only every second day (to keep our prices as reasonable as they are!)
F) We reserve the right to evict (without refund of payment) those persons who behave in a manner that is disrespectful to us, to our establishment, or to other guests.
G) In order to respect the comfort of all guests, we turn off the principal lights at 11pm.
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