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Tofino
Reviewed 30 January 2012

We had booked 2 nights at Casa Leonesa, The main reason for Picking this place was the pool and good location. The location is great, but the pool is no more than a pond. It was dirty and unsanitary, would have never used it. When they showed us our room, it was not what we expected at all. Very tiny...

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Heredia
Reviewed 19 January 2012

We stayed 4 nights in this B&B and really enjoyed. It is colonial house and you feel like you travel to the past. Staff was excelent and helpfull to us. We will repeat the experience again.

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Portland, OR
Reviewed 16 January 2012

I stayed 1-night at Casa Leonesa with my sister's family, which includes a 9-month old baby - and what a perfect find! We couldn't have been more happy with the tranquil, relaxing atmosphere, extremely friendly and accommodating staff and quiet location. Amenities included A/C, a small pool, breakfast (eggs/toast/coffee), excellent staff, great courtyard and sitting area to relax. The hotel...

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Oslo, Norway
Reviewed 8 December 2011

The colonial-style courtyard of Casa Leonesa is very pleasant, and has a small, clean pool as well. This was the best part of the place, and a great place to relax in the shadow after hot days in Leon. The rooms were decent by Nicaraguan standards, and gave good value for such a central place - it's only 3 blocks...

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Reviewed 28 June 2011

Been here for six weeks. Its ok but not somewhere I would come back. Being here for six weeks is a long time tho. I have had food missing. A little bit of money (change). Paid to do my laundry but I think they dipped in the pool and hung to dry. No breakfast ever no coffee ever. If I...

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Portland, OR
Reviewed 4 April 2011

Spent two nights here shortly after arriving in Nicaragua. La Casa Leonesa is a sweet old colonial home transformed into B&B, with the typical lovely courtyard . Rooms are basic, but clean and comfortable, an oasis from which to experience Leon. The little pool was a relief for our son, as Leon was fairly broiling this time of year. The...

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Thank allyoop1970
Milwaukee, WI
Reviewed 11 January 2011

We arrived in Leon at the end of our 3 week travels in Nicaragua and decided to "splurge" and spend over $55 for a night's accommodation. We didn't love it here, but it was fine. It was clean, the sheets were soft, but what we didn't love is that we always felt as if we weren't welcome or that we...

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Thank slipperypineapple
Victoria, Canada
Reviewed 8 June 2010

We didn't arrive in Leon until the ninth day of our trip, but by then the damage (by way of ill-cooked or -held food) had been done. We decided to splurge (we paid $60 US) on a nice room to accelerate our recuperation and I'm so glad we did. The room was clean and pretty, the shower had a safe...

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paris
Reviewed 4 December 2009

I stayed here from November 10 to11. A small off-centre boarding house. . The rooms on the ground floor are spacious but dark, noisy, airless and smelly. First floor rooms are even worse.Fake antique furniture. The bathroom is rudimentary with hot water only in the shower. You have to pay extra for air conditioning that is also very noisy (so...

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London
Reviewed 12 April 2009

Me and my husband stayed for 2 nights in March 2009 and would definitely recommend it. The surroundings are beautiful, breakfast, which is included, was very good and the rooms clean and spacious with a lovely bathroom. After a hot tramp around the sights of Leon it was a welcome refuge and a refreshing plunge in the pool. Staff are...

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Address: | From the cathedral, 3 locks north and 10 yards east, Leon, Nicaragua
Region: Nicaragua > Leon Department > Leon
Number of rooms: 8
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