It was nice to find cheerfully colourful apartments in a lovely garden with lots of plants and mango trees. There are chairs and rocking-chairs outside the rooms, so it is pleasant to sit out there in front of your apartment in the evenings.
A free locked parking in the yard of the next door house was available.
I do not know what breakfasts other guests are talking about. The only breakfast that we got as included In the room price consisted of tea, coffee and a plate of fruit. Probably if you pay extra you can get more.
Unfortunately the downsides were also considerable, and we would avoid staying there again. The room (apartment) and particularly the kitchen and the bathroom were very dirty. There was even some red substance looking very much like blood on the bathroom doorpost. (It was not paint as it was coming off with water when we were cleaning ourselves.)
There was a fridge (with a layer of dust on it) in the apartment, but it was not working. You are required to pay extra for it to be switched on.
The old electricity wires in the bedroom next to the bed made us a bit wary.
There were horizontal glass blinds in the windows and vertical plastic blinds at the windows inside the room. The wind during the night was blowing in and moving the plastic blinds with noise that made it difficult to sleep. The mechanism of the glass blinds shutter was broken so it was not possible to shut the windows and stop that noise.
Water in the toilet was running all night and we did not manage to stop it, too.
They have a computer with internet they allowed us to use, but Internet was not working (most probably not their fault).
The district itself is not pleasant. The bus station is close, but otherwise you do not feel much safe walking around there. We did, but would not recommend.
If driving yourself, the place is a bit difficult to find. Therefore we asked the hotel receptionist to mark the location of the hotel in the map and she did it wrongly that made driving back that night even more confusing.
If you can afford more expensive place in a better district, do so. If you need to stay close to the bus station and can not pay more, then this option is bearable and probably better than the others in the neighbourhood.
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- Hotel Cisneros is a family business in Managua. We treat guests like family and cater to your needs in every way. We offer daily rentals, long-term apartment living and more!Not interested in spending all of your time on the road? You´ll love the family enviroment at Hotel Los Cisneros. We have hammocks that sway in the breeze, a small cozy outdoor library and coffee lounge in our beautiful tropical garden, ... ... more less
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