Hotel Kekoldi de Granada
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LOVE THIS PLACE
I escaped the winters of MN and made it to Nicaragua. Stephany met me at the airport and we headed to Granada for two days to spend some time alone before we went to her mom's in Costa Rica.
To fill those of you in who may not know... I met Stephany in August when my mom and I took a tour of Nicaragua. We hit it off and exchanged emails. …
Leon & Granada have had a long history of trying to out do each other as far being Nicaragua's best city.
Whilst Leon definitely was more of the brain - with many universities, art galleries and generally renowned for it's "artistic" flare of it's residents - Granada definitely inherited all the looks. We were back to cobble stoned …
An absolutely beautiful colonial city and famous with tourist. I can understand why. I has lovely buildings, churches, and cobblestone streets. It lies on the northwestern shore of the Lake Nicaragua.
The city has been witness and victim to many of the battles with and invasions from English, Frensch and Dutch pirates …
December so far had been great – especially the weather, and today was no different. Our hotel was lovely but it was lacking something we were desperate for ... a pool. The heat had seemed to be really ramping up over the past couple of days, a local guy had even told us that this year they have had record temperatures in Nicaragua.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Our room was basic but nice. We basically only booked the hotel because it had air conditioning, which we sorely missed while we were in Leon. We also did our laundry there. The room was basic, and the breakfast was bland for $50/night. We expected more than we got. It was fine, but nothing special.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.