I went to Granada for a long weekend with my wife and we stayed at the El Almirante, which had been recommended to us by a Nicaraguan friend that lives here in the States. According to him, the El almirante Hotel is the talk of the town due to the very modern, efficient and GREEN facilities, meaning hot water by solar panels, controlled power in rooms like European hotels, etc.
We arrived after the road trip from Managua and what a great surprise, we did not have reservations and however we were greeted like kings, it is well known that latin people are some of the best hosts in the world. I have to say that This Hotel El Almirante has some of the better ones. Most of the employees are bilingual so everybody will understand what you want and how you want it. Everything from concierge, reception, the kitchen was superb, fresh and very clean swimming pool. The rooms are as quiet as you can find them, the baths are superclean and brand new. Somebody told me that this is the only Hotel in Granada with hot water 24/7.
Anyway, I will recommend this Hotel El Almirante to anybody that want to rest, have a quiet time and experience good service and attention to detail without breaking the bank.
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- The hotel is built in an old colonial house in the historical center of Granada. It opened January 2010. ... more less
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