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Pan American Highway, Masaya Nicaragua
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Larasmith1 a écrit un avis (sept. 2013)
Southampton, Royaume-Uni10 contributions3 votes utiles
Having been a USA travel specialist for 13 years, this is the most unique experience I've ever had...take a step back in time in the steakhouse restaurant, Ashleigh and Jamie in the restaurant were fantastic servers and really made our stay here great. The steaks are the best here and well worth just going for the evening to experience the ambiance of the restaurant. We had the caveman room and although I was sceptical at first, it was very cosy at night and won me over. The pool and bar are lovely after a long drive...very 70's chic...be prepared if you do have the caveman room, it's wall to wall rock and you will have a waterfall shower but we were expecting this.
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Date du séjour : septembre 2013
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dwysyd a écrit un avis (janv. 2011)
Santa Clarita, Californie6 contributions4 votes utiles
A group of 20 from our church recently had the wonderful experience of staying at the Madonna Inn as our base of operations for our trip to Nicaragua. Johnny and his family (new owners) were wonderful. They fed us many delicious breakfasts and dinners and were always were ready to help in anyway they could. The rooms were clean and comfortable.
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Date du séjour : janvier 2011
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Wootpants a écrit un avis (janv. 2011)
Valencia1 contribution
Me and 19 other church members went on a mission trip this year to Nicaragua. Every weekday we came back to the Inn covered in dirt, grime, sweat and sunscreen, and the manager never batted an eye, he only gave us clean towels, and made sure that every time we came back to the Inn we had freshly cleaned and made beds, clean bathroom, and a spotless floor. The manager is the most guest centered man I have ever met in a hotel, and he always made sure any needs were filled, or requests granted. The Inn is a simple place, but great none the less. The water pressure is good, and every morning we had great breakfasts that were some of the best food I've had anywhere, and when we came back from our work everyday, we were greeted with amazing dinners. The only minor complaint is the roadside noise of trucks and cars, but thats Nicaragua average, and can be solved with earplugs. I bet the manager is not the same as last year's.
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Date du séjour : janvier 2011
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kinfinder a écrit un avis (févr. 2010)
Santa Clarita, Californie73 contributions45 votes utiles
A group of 16 of us from church packed this place for a week while working to build houses at Project Chacocente nearby. We came back to the hotel each day covered in dust, dirt and sweat to find that while our rooms had been cleaned no towels had been left, so we had to beg for towels. When there was any water to take a shower it was really cold. Often they had to run around restoring electricity. Dinner every night was chicken. At 4:00 a.m. the roosters were unmerciful. To cap it off, seven off us were stashed in a dorm above the area which served as a night club right up until the roosters started in, and one morning some came down to find musicians passed out on the tables.
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Date du séjour : janvier 2010
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LaPancha a écrit un avis (févr. 2010)
United States32 contributions2 votes utiles
This is a review for the Madonna Inn in Masaya, Nicaragua which is located on the Pan American highway across from the Texaco. We chose this hotel because our Lonely Planet guide described it as a “real hotel” and “super clean” with “pretty furniture.” I would say this is a misleading description of the place. It was clean enough I guess, but the furniture and fixtures were just shabby and grim. Judging from the sights in the town of Masaya, we thought it was probably about the best show in town, though, and decided to stay. The cost was about US$30, and it is located north of the Texaco on the Pan American highway (same side of the highway). The bed was decent but the sheets did not fit it well, so as in many low-end hotels, I woke up in the morning sleeping on the bare mattress… yuck. In addition, security was very sketchy – the door knob was about to fall off and the owner had to pry the tiny room safe open with a butter knife because he could not find the key for us (which he eventually found). There was no secure, fenced court yard, so anyone could have walked off the Pan American highway to our doorstep. The attached restaurant was very dark and gloomy - we did not try eating there. Fortunately, there was no music playing into the wee hours of the night – the place had no customers that I could see. The air conditioner worked well, though, and made enough white noise to block the sound of the highway. Neither of us had trouble sleeping due to noise. There was hot water, also. Overall, the place was not terribly bad; if you do not mind that it is run down and ranks low in security. Good luck finding something better, though.
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Date du séjour : juillet 2009
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Quelles options de boisson et nourriture sont disponibles à Madonna Inn ?
Les clients peuvent profiter de restaurant pendant leur séjour.
Peut-on se garer chez Madonna Inn ?
Oui, parking gratuit est à la disposition des clients.