Hotel Mansión Teodolindo in Managua, Nicaragua

Pool and lounge

Hotel Mansión Teodolindo is a very professionally-run hotel with the capability to accommodate all your needs during your stay in Managua.  There is plenty to see and do in Nicaragua’s bustling, cosmopolitan capital city, and the helpful staff at Mansión Teodolindo can help you with information and arrangements.  When you need to come back to the hotel to relax, though, you’ll be very glad you picked this place.  Rooms are spacious and luxurious, with cable TV, WiFi, and kitchenettes.  Bathrooms include hair dryers, fluffy towels, soaps and shampoos, and a never-ending flow of hot water.  There’s also an impeccable outdoor pool, lounge, and full-service restaurant open all day.  Guests are given the option of a Continental, Nicaraguan, or American breakfast included in their stay, while the lunch and dinner menu offers various tasty, large meals for a great value.

The most notable thing about this hotel?  Hotel Mansión Teodolindo strives to be eco-friendly and energy efficient in their business practices.  Recycling and linen reuse is encouraged.  They’ve even received several awards and certifications for their efforts.  So you can sleep soundly knowing you’re supporting a well-run business with great environmental practices!

Services Offered:

Air conditioning

Cable TV

Hot water 24/7

Phones in rooms

Kitchenettes in rooms

Breakfast included

Parking lot

On-site restaurant and room service available

WiFi

Office center with computers

Gym

Pool

Laundry service available

Airport pickup available ($7.50 per person)

Car rental available

Location: De INTURISMO, 1 cuadra al sur y 1 cuadra abajo, Managua, Nicaragua

Phone: (505) 2228-1050

Email:hotel@teodolinda.com.ni

Website: www.teodolinda.com.ni

Prices (not including tax):

Single: $60

Double: $65

This post was sponsored by Hotel Mansión Teodolindo.

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3 thoughts on “Hotel Mansión Teodolindo in Managua, Nicaragua

    • Well, we didn’t do anything yet because we only spent 12 hours there…If we see any sights when we go back, we will post about it, although it seemed like a typical big commercial capital and I think there are much cooler cities to see in Nicaragua.

  • In a more detailed comment, I will talk about some of the reasoning behind our choices. Fantastic information here. I really benefit from going through your posts. I have learned a lot from them.

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