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Reviewed 22 February 2018

Would stay here again in a heartbeat!

spacious, clean, comfortable. good location. the nicest, most attentive staff i have ever had at a hotel.
Thank you for making our Managua trip such a pleasant experience!!

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank KKJM2013
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Reviewed 14 February 2018

We wanted to stay in a hotel owned by local people close to friends and sights in central Managua. The lobby was beautiful, the rooms clean and comfortable. The lobby ran out of purified water a couple times, and you have to puzzle through which knob is the hot water in the shower. Also, we were not able to print off our boarding passes, and We would like to have had fruit with our breakfast, instead of having to choose between eggs or fruit, but these are only small things. We highly recommend it. Oh except we don’t like the name. How about Los Caciques instead?

Room tip: No elevators, so you may want to request a ground floor room.
Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Kathleen K
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

I felt at home in this hotel. It is a big, gated, rectangular mansion with a central courtyard in the middle where guests have a substantial breakfast (eggs, beans or rice and beans, white cheese, fried plantains, bread, coffee, and juice). I loved the tile floors in the rooms, the silence, the attention to detail, the kindness of Lic. Mariana Urbina Ríos, and the near location, by foot, to downtown Managua, shops, and restaurants. Were I ever to return to Managua, I would stay here again.

Room tip: Second floor rooms might be quieter still. There is no elevator, though.
Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank ARobertL1
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cbergviajera, other at Hotel El Conquistador, responded to this reviewResponded 31 January 2018
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Reviewed 29 February 2016 via mobile

This hotel was our first stop after landing in Managua, and after a long flight and a hot trip there the air conditioned room was to die for. The staff were extremely friendly and helped me drag my 50 pound suitcase up to the top floor with a smile. The beds were comfortable, the decor was very artsy, and the rooms spotless. Although the hotel itself is not new, I very much liked the architecture. The only downfall to this hotel was the wifi connection, some of the people in my group had no problems connecting while others did. All in all we enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay again.

Date of stay: March 2015
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Lauren B
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Reviewed 31 May 2015

This is an old-style hotel as they do not take resevations online and you need to call (in Spanish). They do not give any confirmation number thus I was not sure the reservtion was really made.
When I arrived late, a nice gentleman welcomed me and escorted to a room. I prefered a secound room as it seemed more secure, he immediately changed the room. The room fridge did not work, he immediately changed it. I liked him a lot. The room is simple, but with the rate I was charged ($48.95 per night, tax inclusive). I can not complain. Wifi worked very well, and AC worked perfectly. A room includes a breakfast.

The location is also good, while it is a borderline of safe/not safe areas, only one block to a main/busy street which has a shoping center. I ate a wonderful fish meal (Daiquiri restaurant) there.
Security is OK and they have a security staff and closed the door in the evening and completely closed in the night. Managua is not a safe city. unfortunately thus you must have a good security.

Only negative point is a reservation system I mentioned so you need to have a courage to call them and go there. Also I found their travel arrangements are too costly (the airport transfer US$25 while a taxi charge around US$5), and a private tour costs over US$100. So avoid such service with them.

But not sure if I want to stay again. Nicaragua is hot and busy, I want to stay in a more upper scale place, with a pool and I do not mind to pay more.

I think this is still a good option.

Date of stay: May 2015
Trip type: Travelled solo
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