by Courtney Elko
This small boutique hotel situated in a residential area of Managua, the capital city of Nicaragua, features a large colonial home vibe. The 14 rooms surround a beautiful center courtyard garden, where families can enjoy the complimentary breakfast. Walk through the courtyard and you will find a pretty outdoor pool, where families can relax after a day of exploring Nicaragua’s volcanos. Hotel Los Robles is small, but perfect for a few nights when visiting Managua.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor courtyard pool
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free breakfast
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
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There are 14 guestrooms featured on one floor, surrounding the center courtyard. The rooms feature one or two double beds, or two single beds (perfect for the kiddos), air conditioning, purified water, a hair dryer, flat-screen television and free Wi-Fi. The bathroom features a shower/tub combination.
Some of the rooms feature French doors that open to a small, private outdoor patio with a table and chairs. While there are no connecting rooms, the rooms with two single beds are ideal for teens seeking some privacy from parents.
First of all I am not sure if it is fair to rate 3 stars only because of the political problems the country is experiencing at the moment. It is 25 minutes by taxi to get to the hotel. I only stayed here because of my flight. I believe I was the only guest. I had a room next to the restaurant which is noisy. The breakfast was very very basic and the dinner too. The garden and pool are amazing and the rest is cozy and country style. The rooms are clean too. 3 stars because my room could use a renovation and because of the location of the room.
Spent 1 night on our way to Leon and would have enjoyed another night. The rooms are on the small size but there is no reason to sit in the room as the grounds and public areas are beautiful. Being at the small bar in back was like being in a friend's back yard. Thank you to the man who made me a Pina Colada it was perfect. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
The outdoor pool is small but pretty and surrounded by gardens. The pool is only a few steps from any of the guestrooms. There are a few lounge chairs situated under a pigolia that provides plenty of shade on a warm day. A small covered bar area is also situated by the pool and features a few tables for guests to enjoy a beverage or snack.
Le CafÃ© de Paris Restaurant
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, this onsite restaurant is featured in the center courtyard of the hotel, overlooking the gardens. The breakfast buffet is complimentary and runs from 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. The lunch and dinner menus feature French and international cuisine.
Planning & Tips
All About the Extras
Complimetnary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
For an additional cost, the hotel can provide transportation to and from the airport or to any point of interest in Managua.
The Best Time to Visit
On the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, there is six months of a rainy season and six months of a dry season. Peak season for tourists, which is also dry season, runs from about November through April. Low and rainy season runs from May through October on the Pacific Coast.
The international airport, Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport, is located in the capital city of Managua and situated less than 30 minutes away from this hotel.
This hotel is situated in a safe, residential area that is walkable but a vehicle is needed to reach most restaurants and shops. Taxis are readily available and the hotel provides shuttle service for an additional cost.
For Mom and Dad
A small spa is situated onsite, where parents can relax with a massage or facial.