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Hotel El Almirante in Granada, Nicaragua

Hotel El Almirante, located in the heart of colonial Granada, Nicaragua, is a quiet and comfortable accommodation with all the services necessary for a luxurious stay.  Rooms are bright and spiffy, with air-conditioning, mini-refrigerators, cable TV, and impeccable hot-water bathrooms.  The pool glints in Granada’s sunlight, a pleasant escape from the heat.

Hotel El Almirante also includes a restaurant and bar serving tasty barbecues, 2-for-1 cocktails, and anything else you might want.  The premises is locked and guarded by a security guard at night, and each room has a safe, making it a secure place to stay.  The staff can provide information about sights and activities around Granada.  With it’s comfortable rooms and pool, Hotel El Almirante is the perfect place to relax in between your explorations of Granada.

Services:

WiFi

Swimming pool

Air-conditioning

TV with cable

Refrigerator with minibar

Restaurant

Bar

Bilingual staff

Parking

In-room safes

Address:

Calle Corrales 111
Ferreteria Datisa
1/2 Cuadra al Lago
Granada, Nicaragua

Email:  info@hotelelalmirante.com

Phone:  (505) 2552-4628 or (505) 2552-4635

Website:  www.hotelelalmirante.com

Prices:

Single – $65

Double – $97

Triple – $125

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About Zach

Zach seeks to live a simpler life without the extravagance of American culture. Buy fewer things, need less money, work less, play more.

Posted on May 7, 2012, in Hostels and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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