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Hotel Cocibolca

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Reviewed 10 March 2016

The hotel is nicely situated around a courtyard of palms. There is a fountain in the center with 11 good size turtles in it. It was a bit sad to see. They really should be set free. Rooms are basic and there are some bugs but that is normal. Nothing special but if you are in a pinch it will...

Thank screweduproyal
Monteverde, Costa Rica
Reviewed 12 October 2015

we stayed at this hotel one night and I have to say that it was not bad at all. We had 3 people in one room but its was a little small. Price-wise is very reasonable and the location is good. One of the guys is at the reception (cant remember his name) was very honest and brought back my...

Thank Esteban M
San Jose, Costa Rica
Reviewed 27 July 2015

The hotel is really nice I guess it makes you feel at home in Granada. It´s really near of the Calzada that is the center of Granada, which is amazing. The people who work here is really great and wants the people to feel good at their hotel. The breakfast is good, just perfect for getting your energy up and...

Thank Valemumford
Managua, Nicaragua
Reviewed 17 February 2015

the Hotel was good for medium price. Bedrooms were very small and TV was like 14 inch but on the good side, the hotel does not close at night, which is something some hotels of this range of prices do in Granada

Thank meduarcerda
Missoula, Montana
Reviewed 2 February 2015

Found this spot during a big festival when a lot of better known places were booked. Room could use a bit of cleaning. Brand new mattresses were nice -- but they were super soft. Turtles in the courtyard kept our kid happy, as did the small pool out back. Nice breakfast in a beautiful dining room. It's perfectly fine, but...

1Thank cloud_cult
Reviewed 26 November 2014

I agree with a lot of the comments made by Eternal Nomad earlier. As an update, i offer the following as of my trip last week: 1) breakfast was complimentary 2) my family and i had to change rooms multiple times until we found one with a working A/C 3) they had staff available to help us with our luggage...

Thank latintravelerMiami
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 August 2014

Background: As part of a 3-week volcano trek across Central America, our tour group spent a few days here in Granada. The word "Cocibolca" was derived from the name of the now-extinct ancient town where the indigenous Nicos had lived. Caveat: Don't let the name fool you. Hotel Cocibolca has an ugly step-sister. I know it is confusing because there...

3Thank Eternal_Nomad_12
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Reviewed 21 February 2014

This hotel is pretty basic: no A/C (but does have fans), a private pool, a restaurant and offers free wifi BUT is absolutely perfect. It has two floors and is in the typical Colonial style (in the square layout with an open court yard). Very welcoming, homey, safe and clean. Also, it's in a great location: 20 min walk down...

1Thank Jennifer G
Bangkok, Thailand
Reviewed 5 September 2013

I statyed here for 2 nights. The environment in the hotel was very nice. There was a small garden in the middle of the hotel. There was a adequate swimming pool at the back. I got the room at the end of the hotel nearby the pool. The room was ok, not bad. The bathroom was pretty small. You need...

Thank Goodidear999
Reviewed 8 July 2013 via mobile

Stayed here as a group of young travellers on a budget. Great location only 1min walk to the main strip. Lovely grand lobby area with free water refills and fridge. Garden area and pool area are lovely. Pool was clean. Our room had two double beds, spacious with a little dresser and open wardrobe. Bathroom was large and had a...

Thank Jellytot89

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Address: Calle "El Caimito", Granada, Nicaragua
Region: Nicaragua > Granada Department > Granada
Number of rooms: 29
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“Make sure your A/c actually works prior to committing to a room.”
latintravelerMiami, 25 Nov 2014 | Read review
“During summer, if you can afford it, spring for an A/C room. You'll thank me for it.”
Eternal_Nomad_12, 31 Jul 2014 | Read review
“second floor rooms are great. You get a balcony that overlooks the entire courtyard and if you open the windows, you get a great cool breeze.”
JenniferG532, 21 Feb 2014 | Read review
“You can choose #1 or #2, main floor, but largest rooms.”
CajonTraveler, 9 May 2012 | Read review
“get as far back in the back as possible, there are street sounds in the area of the plaza all over granada all night.”
tico8, 1 Feb 2012 | Read review
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