The lobby and the rooms have furniture with exclusive design made of fiber of banana tree, wrought iron and wood, done by Nicaraguan craftsmen with a style that combines the colonial style and the modern style at the same time creating this way an agreeable space.
The baths of ceramics and stone are of a singular beauty completed its harmony with tubs of china and beautiful accessories. Details of pictures of recognized painters, angels of wood and stone complete the cozy decoration.
Angel Azul Boutique Hotel is based on a different concept with a cozy ambiance in a typical Nicaraguan family residential home surrounded by gardens and a beautiful pool.
The Hotel is provided with 8 rooms, each one is equipped with:
• Beds of size King or Queen.
• Air conditioning.
• Private bath.
• Warm water.
• Direct phone line.
• Hair dryer.
• Free mobile cellular team of charges.
• TV color + international cable and wireless Internet.
Villa Fontana No.17
From Club Terraza 1 block to the East, 75 poles to the North
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 3 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
You couldn’t ask for a more central location than this beautiful BB, located just few blocks from GALERIAS and extremely bright, with windows on both sides, the skylights and doors that lead to a wonderful terrace. Perfect for a business trip or just relaxing. The house is well communicated, clean, and the service is just Excellent. We would definitely go back ! Thanks
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