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I could not stay in the room even 10 minutes. I was coughing and gagging. Do NOT go here if you have asthma or have any problem with respiratory concerns. I asked if they use the same chemicals for all rooms. They said yes. I...More
Response from Walter B, Gerente at Hotel Los RoblesResponded 13 October 2017
Thank you for your review, which help us to know to learn all different preferences of our clients.
First of all, I would like to express you, we feel sorry that you were unable to give us the chance to offer you to...More
Yes the rooms are quite tight , bathrooms a squeeze but the sink vanity is in the bed room which is real useful.
Beds are good as is the shower.
We left before breakfast but they gave us fruit yogurt
On a previous trip to Nicaragua, my colleague invited me for dinner at the Hotel Los Robles and I was presently surprised with the delicious food and service. On my following trip, I decided to give the Hotel a chance. I made the right choice....More
Gorgeous boutique hotel in great neighborhood with lovely courtyard and pool area. Rooms are small but everyone is quiet. service was very slow or under par at times (waiting a long time to be served beers by the pool or coffee at breakfast) and when...More
Just one night here before flying out of the country. This is a lovely small hotel in a quiet location, with a good choice to restaurants in easy walking distance, and of course its own restaurant, but we didn't eat there. Our room was compact...More
The building layout is essentially in the shape of a large "U", with all rooms (except one) along the sides of the "U" and the building entrance, lobby/dining area at the bottom of the "U". I think they're doing some... More
The building layout is essentially in the shape of a large "U", with all rooms (except one) along the sides of the "U" and the building entrance, lobby/dining area at the bottom of the "U". I think they're doing some construction of that one room exception right now to enlarge it, so yes all rooms opens onto the courtyard. In the courtyard is a fountain with flowers/shrubs and beyond a nice large walled-in grassy area and pool, and a small place off to the side with several exercise machines. Though the rooms open to the courtyard, it really is just the door that opens; I don't recall seeing any windows facing the courtyard (though I could be wrong). Inside each room is a window or french door that opens onto a very small (and not very attractive) courtyard of it's own.
I've stayed at Los Robles twice and will be going back again in a few months. For me, the rooms are comfortable and adequate if I want to write or read something, but they're not a place where I would sit and linger looking out at the courtyard. To enjoy the outdoors I'd sit in the area by the pool or in the lobby/dining area. Incidentally, wi-fi does not seem to work in the rooms, only in the lobby/dining area.
We had room 1 which had its own private patio area but was in the road. To get a room by the pool area I would suggest you email the hotel and put a request in. The staff spoke good English and we found them very helpful... More
We had room 1 which had its own private patio area but was in the road. To get a room by the pool area I would suggest you email the hotel and put a request in. The staff spoke good English and we found them very helpful although we were only there for 1 night.