Hotel Con Corazon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Con Corazon Granada
Hotel Con Corazon in Granada, Nicaragua was a very unique hotel. It was a boutique hotel in the heart of Granada. The hotel had 15 rooms total, with a swimming pool and the best breakfast. What I loved about this hotel was that 100% of the profits are invested into education. The staff was really friendly and very helpful. They recommended a couple great restaurants for us. I would definitely recommend this hotel and would stay here again.
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In contrast to Leon, Granada is a sleepy little town, relaxed and easygoing (and quiet!). We stayed at a hotel called Con Corazon and, at the risk of gushing, it was possibly the best place we have stayed at on the whole trip. To clarify - there are places we have enjoyed more (Xclalak for instance) but this place was really sorted . There have …
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... or Tegu how locals tend to call it. The bus dropped us off in one of the most dreaded neighborhoods of the whole city; however, fortunately we arrived some 40 minutes before it got dark. We quickly found accommodation in one of many hotels located in the neighborhood where a double room cost HNL 250 per night. The room had a private bathroom but no running water, so we had to use the hotelīs shared bathroom anyways. As expected, the place was full of locals. Before we ...
We sat down with a few members and enjoyed a lunch of traditional Nicaraguan specialties including a beautiful dark red hibiscus drink that is common in the area and a delicious corn based soup, thick and creamy with slivers of bell pepper and rice served on the side along with pico de gallo to spice it ...
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