When the owner first escorted us to the room and opened the door, we didn't actually think that was where he expected us to stay. The beds were ancient steel frames with lumpy, thin mattresses. We were glad that there were 2 beds because we used 1 bed in lieu of a closet -- our room was closet-less. The a/c was extremely noisy, which ended up being a blessing because our room was next to the noisy lounge and the kitchen and the owners' kids were screaming outside the window. The bathroom, which was really just the corner of the bedroom sectioned off with a couple pieces of rickety plywood, was a real gem: (1) No light; (2) Ice cold water; (3) I couldn't close the door when I sat down on the toilet because there was too little space from my legs. The lone bulb buzzing in the ceiling came right out of a film noir. The best part of the room was the cable TV. No breakfast included, although there was complimentary instant coffee and day-old bread. All this for $46 per night cash for 2 people; they wanted a whopping 15% premium for a credit card payment.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Madera's Inn is located in Masaya, Nicaragua. An arts and crafts cultural center. Transfers to and from the International Airport. Offers rooms with air conditioning, fan, private bath, cable TV, local tours. All major credit cards accepted. The staff is very friendly and they make you feel like home. The owners are there to help you personally, and they speak both Spanish and English. Everything you need is only a couple blocks away ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Madera's Inn Nicaragua/Masaya