Are you planning a trip to Nicaragua and wondering about where to stay? We’ve got you covered! In this article, we share all the best hotels and hostels in Nicaragua that we personally like the most. They all have a unique character, cozy home-like atmosphere, good location and are excellent rated. And the best part: all at an affordable price. If that’s what you searching for? Be sure you check them out!
Ps: we link to booking.com because of the good prices, they don’t charge a service fee and most importantly you can often cancel your reservation without any cost a few days before your check-in. Another option is to use this link to get a $45 discount on your first booking on Airbnb.
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Volcano boarding, historic sites, amazing street food… Léon is an absolute must-see when you travel through Nicaragua. Depending on how long you are going to Nicaragua we recommend you to stay at least 4 nights.
A beautiful colonial city with interesting cathedrals, colored buildings, and fantastic food. Our all-time favorite city in Nicaragua! Besides, it’s has a wonderful location to explore the lake Laguna Apoyo. With many amazing places to choose from, these places are the best when you want to be in the heart of the city.
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Ometepe Island is the largest Island in Lake Nicaragua and formed by Volcano Concepción and Volcano Maderas. Most of the travelers who visit this island felt like they were in a different country. There are plenty of activities to do in a peaceful surrounding area like kayaking, horseriding, volcano climbing & hiking in the forest.
San Juan Del Sur
The main reason you’ll visit this small town near the coastline of the Pacific ocean is for relaxing on the beach or surfing, whether to learn or to catch a bigger wave. Or maybe for one of those pool parties on “Sunday Funday” in 3 different hostels. Don’t miss your spot so get your tickets in advance and if you don’t like those parties you can do many other activities is the surrounding area like horseback riding or hiking up the Cristo de la Misericordia statue.
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Now you’ve seen the best hotels and hostels in Nicaragua, you might be ready to go. The following websites can help you plan the perfect trip: