- Where to Go
- The Best of Nicaragua
- Nicaragua’s Best Surfing
- Hiking Nicaragua’s Ring of Fire
- Nicaraguan Arts & Crafts
- Nicaragua’s Great Green North
- Sportfishing in Nicaragua
- Down the Río San Juan
- Nicaragua’s Celebrations & Fiestas
- Volunteering in Nicaragua
- Diving & Snorkeling in Nicaragua
- Managua’s Revolutionary Driving Tour
Posadita de Bolonia (three blocks west of Canal 2, then 75 meters south, tel. 505/2268-6692, www.posaditadebolonia.com, $40) is a comfortable and quiet place offering cable TV, Internet, hot water, and private showers. Breakfast is included. Other meals can be provided by arrangement. The hotel also offers a full range of tour and guide services.
At about the same level of amenities, Casa San Juan (Reparto San Juan Calle Esperanza 560, tel. 505/2278-3220, sanjuan [at] cablenet [dot] com [dot] ni, $46) is quiet and close to the universities and offers wireless Internet throughout the hotel, cable TV, and hot-water showers.
Posada de Maria La Gorda (Reparto El Carmen, tel. 505/2268-2455 or 505/2268-2456, $35–60) is accustomed to the international set and provides Internet, laundry, and cable TV; check about special group rates.
© Randall Wood & Joshua Berman from Moon Nicaragua, 4th Edition