Bahia del Sol Villas and Condominiums in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Bahia del Sol Villas and Condominiums, overlooking the waters of the Pacific, is a truly luxurious retreat in the resort and surfing town of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua.  Each of the nine villas features three bedrooms, several bathrooms, a full kitchen and a porch with an ocean view.  Every unit has its own local style with beautiful Nicaraguan paintings and fine furniture.

The villas are separated into two floors with the first floor containing the large living area with couches and television along with the dining area and spacious fully functioning kitchen.  The kitchen is amazing with refrigerator, stove, utensils, pots and pans, blender, coffee maker, and much more.  On the second floor there are three bedrooms, the master with a king size bed and it’s own private bathroom.  Throughout the facility there is WiFi and cable TV.   The central air-conditioning keeps the houses crisp and cool and there is a fantastic swimming pool with a swim-up bar for guest use.

The friendly people in reception can help you with everything from local tours to car trips around the country.  If you are thinking about deluxe accommodations in San Juan del Sur, Bahia del Sol has all the frills to become the Nicaraguan adventure of your dreams.



Swimming pool



Multiple bathrooms

Tour agency

Free drinking water

Cable TV

Restaurant serving breakfast

Address:  There are no official addresses here.  Take a taxi from San Juan del Sur or Rivas and tell the driver this: “Detrás del Barrio La Talanguera de las Oficinas De La Alcaldía o Centro Cívico 2.5 kms al norte a mano derecha sobre la calle que va hacia la Chocolata.”

Phone:  +(505) 2568-2828 / (505) 8909-9300




Villa (up to six people): $200-$450 per night depending on the season

Extra person: $25 per night

Extra bed: $5-$10 per night depending on the season

Seasonal calendar

This post was sponsored by Bahia del Sol.


About Carrie

Carrie's got the traveling bug and thinks "settling down" is overrated. Too many people to meet, places to see, and languages to learn!

Posted on May 3, 2012, in Hostels, Nicaragua and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Scott Ohlrich

    Well, THAT’S a step up!

  2. Sheila Kovacs

    You see to always write “it’s” when you mean “its”. Or do Americans do it backwards?

  3. What can I get for $11?

    • Try Pachamama Hostel or one of the many other backpacker hostels in town. On this website we are reviewing accommodations all across the price spectrum, not just the cheapies. We want to give an accurate representation of all that’s available.

  4. Mindy Margolis

    Who is your audience?
    Backpackers or comfort travellers? I’m confused.

    • With accommodation reviews, the goal is just that if someone types the name of the accommodation into google, they will find our reviews and hopefully find it helpful.

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