Hostal La Casita

Address: Calle 14 de Septiembre, Granada, Nicaragua | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Calle 14 de Septiembre, Granada, is near National Theater (Teatro Nacional), Museo de los Ninos, Orosi River Valley ( El Valle del Rio Orosi ), and Iguassu Falls.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal La Casita Granada

Reviewed by haeschendoktor

Good value

Reviewed Dec 23, 2012
by (6 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

It's a nice hostal not far from the historic center with a fairly good supplied kitchen, a little patio, gratis WiFi (and one old computer for free if you don't have one with you) and they have good new matrasses.
The stuff is very nice and helpful and most of them speak good English, too. The bathrooms (they have only rooms with shared ones) were all the time really clean and the water is kind of middle-cold only.
When we arrived there was no electricity due to a failure to a cable on one of the outside cable trees on the street... They tried their best and supplied us with canldes though the 2-bed-room to the street got really warm without fan... But though it was a good choice for 16 US$.
Our recommendation: you can take the double room to the street as long there is electricity and you have ear-plugs because traffic starts to et really loud at around 6 o'clock. If you like a dorm room (5 US$), it will be quiet because they are in the backyard.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal La Casita Granada

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