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Art Hotel Managua

Estatua de Montoya, 3c. Al Oeste, 1 1/2 c. Al Norte Parque Las Palmas, Managua 10000 Nicaragua
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#29 of 60 hotels in Managua
GreenLeaders Silver level
All rooms have air conditioning, private bathroom, natural gas powered hot water shower, ethernet cable, cable TV, clock radio. Included in your rate, no matter what agency you book through, is a full free breakfast. Wifi is available throughout the hotel. We have two lobby computers that guests can use. Airport pickup in a car is available for $14.75. Airport dropoff in a car is available for $11. If you need a van or truck for a pickup, please contact us for pricing. To arrange a pickup, we need your flight information emailed to us. If your plane is late, we wait. Our lobby is open 24 hours. Guests checking in on later flights can request a 2p.M. Checkout at no additional fee. We are located one block away from Parque Las Palmas. The hotel is 1 kilometer from the tourist district that includes the Lake Managua tourist area (Malecon), the Presidential Palace, the National Theatre and other landmarks. The hotel is about 1 kilometer from the Interplaza Mall and 3 kilometers from MetroCentro Mall. We have a swimming pool, big screen television in the lobby, and make refreshments (beers, cold sodas, and snacks) available 24 hours a day. Our rates include a full free breakfast, not just a piece of toast, like most hotels. We have a cafe that offers light meals throughout the day (grilled cheese, french fries, pasta, chicken, etc.). We welcome all people from all places and try to make everyone feel at home.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Business Centre with Internet Access
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Shuttle bus service
Meeting rooms
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Shared lounge / TV area
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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eyescries wrote a review May 2019
3 contributions
I didn't particularly enjoy the stay here as the room was just too small. Nowhere to store luggage etc. It was a really small room with a queen size bed and a single bed. I just felt like it was too cramped. Some of the staff were really helpful, breakfast was fine. I loved that there are monkeys and a parrot but I wish there was a bit more in the monkey enclosure as they look very bored.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Juan R wrote a review Aug 2018
Managua, Nicaragua5 contributions
I really am impressed with the high quality service I got when ordering a burger and snacks, both efficiency and best service was provided, I wasn't even a guest and was treated like a VIP person, I can only imagine how great it would be the service if I was a guest, therefore I would totally recommend it
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Carlos M wrote a review Sep 2017
San Salvador, El Salvador4 contributions5 helpful votes
I was there in July 2017. I had a great time there. The owner was nice to us and help us with everything we needed. We left early in the morning and they packed some sandwiches for us. It is not a fancy place, but it is a comfy, colorful and nice place to be. The parking spots are on the street in front of the hotel, they took care of our car.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: I was in a room that was not close to the waterpool just in case there were some noisy guests.
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Miranda M wrote a review May 2017
Georgian Bay, Canada113 contributions144 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed here for a couple of days after flying into Managua and will definitely be back. After reading some of the other reviews, my best advice is this: MANAGE YOUR EXPECTATIONS! This is not a 5-star Mexican resort. It's not a Fairmont or a Decameron. However, it is a great little hotel with a ton of personality in an area of Managua you're going to want to explore. The hotel offers a transfer from the airport (it was $14.75USD at time of writing), so you can book that ahead if you don't want to navigate the chaos of the taxi scrum on arrival. You can also arrange a hotel driver instead of taking a taxi, which we opted to do so he would wait on us while we got our phone cards at the mall and we wouldn't have to explain to another driver how to get us back. At time of writing, that service was $10 USD per hour. Not all staff speak English, but there was always someone on who did. There's free wi-fi throughout the hotel, so you can use Google Translate if that helps. Even the staff who spoke no English communicated with us through friendly smiles and accommodating our poorly mimed out requests :) This is a small property, and it's not luxury but it is clean and comfortable. Like a lot of Central American city properties, it's a fairly narrow building that doesn't look like much from the street, but the magic lies beyond the facade. There are a few tables and chairs out front to enjoy. The open air front lobby serves as the front desk, bar (for drinks and snacks), and breakfast dining room. There's actually a commercial stove and grill in the room too, where they make breakfast right in front of you! It's a great place to sit and watch the world go by, play some cards and enjoy a cold drink in the Central American heat. The next room is a darker, more shaded but still open air lounging area with souvenirs for sale. There are comfortable tables and chairs there as well for work (if you need to do that, as I did!), playing cards, etc. Beyond that is an open courtyard with a large monkey habitat built right into the middle of it. They are SO CUTE and super friendly. This is where the hotel rooms begin. I did feel bad when, during a thunderstorm, one of the poor wee guys reached his arms out to me through the bars, wanting a hug. Otherwise they play on their swings, leap around the cage and talk to the guests. We loved having them right outside our door, but if you like to sleep in (say past 6am), you might want to request a room a bit further from the animals. The monkeys aren't as loud as the parrots (there's one that yells, Papa! Papa! in the morning) but we thought it was great to have them here, so the noise was a way better wakeup call than an alarm clock and a commute. Beyond that courtyard is the outdoor patio and pool area. The pool is lovely, part in the sun and partly shaded under a cabana you can sit in. The pool looks small, but it's very deep in the far end (my 6'4" husband couldn't touch bottom) and it's long enough to do laps. It is SO refreshing after taking a walk around the neighbourhood. Speaking of which, don't be afraid to walk around here. There's a university with several buildings in the neighbourhood, and a lot of food carts and small cafes to accommodate the students. Not even a block up the street there's a large park with plenty of shade, benches, kids playground equipment, etc. Lots of people and families hang out there during the day. Walk out the front door of the hotel and turn right (past that park) and in under two blocks, you're at a four-lane street. Cross that street to access Paseo de Los Proceres, a park-like pedestrian area with manicured gardens that spans several blocks in length. Ask the front desk for dinner recommendations and they might send you to La Plancha, less than two blocks walk away. It's a steak house and Chinese restaurant--odd combination, I know, but the steak churrasco was fantastic and the prices very reasonable. The hotel itself is like staying at a friend's cottage... the rooms are small but comfortable, and the staff are fantastic and will make sure you have everything you need. There are all kinds of handcrafted items all over the walls in the rooms and common areas (I think most of it is for sale), which makes the property really colourful and warm. Your room will be the only place that's air conditioned, so it's nice for sleeping. Breakfast and wi-fi are both included, and breakfast was delicious. Staff will let you know what's available (when we were here, we could choose from different types of scrambled egg omelettes, fresh fruit, bacon or sausage, toast, pancakes, rice and beans, etc.) and will cook it fresh for you anytime before 11am. And I mean FRESH... we saw the ingredients come right off the farmer's cart outside the front door! You may experience some typical challenges, as you may in any area of the country: the power sometimes goes out, wi-fi sometimes goes down for a few minutes, the sinks and showers don't drain quickly. Just go with it. Hopefully if you're staying here, you're not in a hurry and you're not expecting a North American 5-star spoiling. Enjoy your time here and don't be afraid to explore the neighbourhood. We'll be back! I'd bring our kids here, too.
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Date of stay: May 2017
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Rooms toward the back of the property seemed quieter.
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RonA_Plymouth wrote a review Feb 2017
Plymouth, United Kingdom1,208 contributions418 helpful votes
The hotel is showing its age however it is comfortable and clean and does all that a hotel should. It is the staff that will make your stay enjoyable, asking if you have enjoyed your day and listening to your answer. They will also be glad to answer any question you may have about Managua or onward travels.The breakfast is not the grandest but it is freshly made and tasty and always served with a smile
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$35 - US$42 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Art Hotel Managua
Which popular attractions are close to Art Hotel Managua?
Nearby attractions include Puerto Salvador Allende (2.3 km), Antigua Catedral de Managua (6.5 km), and Plaza de la Revolucion (2.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Art Hotel Managua?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Art Hotel Managua?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Art Hotel Managua?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Art Hotel Managua?
Conveniently located restaurants include Jimmy Three Fingers Alabama Rib Shack, Los Ranchos, and Restaurante Don Candido.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Art Hotel Managua?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Art Hotel Managua have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Art Hotel Managua offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Art Hotel Managua?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Art Hotel Managua offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Art Hotel Managua?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.