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Hotel El Almirante - Hotel Granada - Nicaragua

Hotel El Almirante is located in the historic center of Granada, Nicaragua, and it offers 20 rooms that accomodate 1 to 5 people each. It is in a colonial building that has been renovated with a large courtyard restaurant, TV lounge and a bar. The hotel still has the colonial vibe and was remodeled to keep the old style intact. Every room offers a flat screen TV with cable, free wireless internet, minibar and a safe deposit box. The bathrooms have granite counters, solar-powered water heating and glass shower walls.Rooms cost $50 a night.

Location:

Calle Corrales 111Ferreteria Datisa 1/2 Cuadra al Lago


Granada, Nicaragua

Hotel Types:
Boutique hotel, Hotel/restaurant, Historical property , Small hotel in old colonial house

Hotel Amenities, Services and Facilities , 24-Hour Hot Water, 24-Hour Reception, Airport Pickup - Extra Charge, Bar, Common Room, Hair dryer, Internet Facilities - Free, Laundry Service, Lounge, Non-Smoking Rooms, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Parking - Free, Pets Allowed, Restaurant, Towels Included, Travel Info Desk, Wake-Up Call, Wheelchair Accessible, Wifi

Credit cards accepted
MasterCard/Eurocard, Visa

Currencies accepted
US dollar, Nicaraguan c├│rdoba

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Room Prices:
Lower:$ 50.00
Higher:$ 95.00
Price Description:

Tax is not included


Contact Information:
Phone: 505-2-552-4628 or 505-2-552-4635
E-mail: info(at)remove-this.hotelelalmirante.com
URL: www.hotelelalmirante.com



Other Hotels in Granada that may be of interest: Hotel Oasis, Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Casa Vivaldi, El Club, Hostal Central, Hotel La Bocona, Posada San Jose, Hotel Dario, Los Patios Hotel Granada, Hotel Granada and Hospedaje Cocibolca.








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04 Mar 2011




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