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Hospedaje Cocibolca

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Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 30 June 2011

I stayed here on a GAP tour and found it to be a decent place as long as you are not expecting luxury. It is right on the main pedestrian street about 3 mins from the main square with loads of great bars, cafes and restaurants. The rooms are tiny and do not have air comn and the bathroom are...

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Toronto
Reviewed 28 June 2011

I stayed at Hospedaje Cocibolca for 3 nights at the end of April. I joined a tour group (Volcano Trail, eastbound) through a tour company (Gap Adventures) on my own on April 21, and I stayed at this hotel the nights of the 27th, 28th, and 29th (I had a roommate - a fellow traveller from my group). In total...

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Chichester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 March 2011

Booked by Journey Latin America we refused to stay more than one night. The rooms were dirty, the light did not work nor the toilet flush. The towels smelt as did the bed linen.Pillows so lumpy used my towel. I slept in the single bed as I thought less people would have done so and still got bitten. There was...

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Albuquerque, New Mexico
Reviewed 18 March 2011

I was unable to get a room at several of the mid range hotels in Granada recommended by Lonely Planet and ended up here. The price was right and the location is excellent - right on Calzada, two blocks from the park. HOWEVER, this is basically a backpacker hotel for 22 year olds. In the four nights I stayed here,...

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London
Reviewed 17 October 2010

We stayed here just a few nights back and we discovered on the first night to our extreme unhappiness a nest of bedbugs were in our matress! Now I have only ever encountered this once before on my travels in Fiji, but it was just bites - this time we saw at least 3 climbing over us while in bed....

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Hamburg
Reviewed 15 August 2010

stayed there two nights in April 2010 - climate was pretty hot and as the rooms on the upper floor get some sun during the day, they are extremely stuffy - I had 36°C in the room in the evening; by early morning the temperature was down to 32°C... Add street noise (open air restaurants nearby) and you'll find it...

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Reviewed 4 August 2010

I stayed here as part of a group booking so was not surprised to have a basic level room, however I was very disappointed with the level of cleanliness and the lack of privacy. The bathroom walls stop about 50cm short of the ceiling, and the door didn't actually stay closed anyway, so you could here everything going on in...

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Creedmoor, North Carolina
Reviewed 24 June 2010

I have stayed at this hospedaje a few times and have found it to be perfect for my purposes. It is clean, and safe and wonderfully located just outside of the plaza--within walking distance to the louder parts of town as well as Lago Cocibolca. The staff was extremely accommodating--we had a large group that they prepared a delicious breakfast...

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London
Reviewed 10 March 2010

The hotel has a very central location on "gringo street", excellent for geting to numerous restaurants and bars (fantastic if travelling alone like I was). There is also a fairly well equipped kitchen guests can use if you don't want to eat out all of the time. The rooms are basic, but clean, and have a fan. Rooms upstairs are...

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Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 17 September 2009

We stayed at CociBolca for two nights at the end of trip, not wanting to stay in Managua. It is centrally located in a safe part of town and is very easy to get to and to use as a home base. The rooms are very small for a double/single (ie: one double bed), but we were not there to...

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Additional Information about Hospedaje Cocibolca

Address: Catedral 3c al lago Calle la Calzada, Granada, Nicaragua
Region: Nicaragua > Granada Department > Granada
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Price Range: €15 - €33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 25
Also Known As:
Hospedaje Cocibolca Hotel Granada
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“If you have an early departure ask for the rooms on the first floor so you can sleep well.”
Tours-atitlan, 6 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Room 21-22 = Wind, cool”
SimonK748, 2 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Rooms upstairs facing the lake might not pick up the wifi signal, but you'll get a great lake breeze.”
tope2012, 23 Feb 2012 | Read review
“Get an upstairs room, much breezier.”
Bozeman-Dublin, 30 Jun 2011 | Read review
“1st floor rooms are cooler than those on the 2nd.”
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stephkat, 28 Jun 2011 | Read review
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