A charming boutique hotel, Los Patios Hotel is an ideal place to stay in the historic town of Granada. The Spanish colonial architecture is gorgeously reflected in the design of the hotel and harmoniously mixed with the touches of Scandinavian style, inspired by where the proud owners of Los Patios were born.

Los Patios Boutique Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Review - Pool Area

Hotel Room and Amenities

Los Patios Hotel offers four standard guestrooms and one balcony room. We stayed in a standard guestroom with private bathroom for 2 nights. Apart from the king size bed, what you’ll notice in the room is the high ceiling. It just opens everything. Simply beautiful. I love the minimalist design that they have applied to the hotel room. Subtle colours of gray, white and black blend well with the wood crafted ornaments.

What makes Los Patios Hotel special are the five patios which makes for relaxing spots to hang around. With only five sets of guests, you’ll definitely find your own private space. They also said its possible to use the kitchen. There is also a giant chess board and checkers board that are fun to play with.

Did I mention they have a swimming pool? The swimming pool area is at the center of it all. Nothing beats the summer heat in Granada than a quick dip in the pool.

Los Patios Boutique Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Review - Hotel Room

Los Patios Boutique Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Review - Giant Chessboard

Los Patios Boutique Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Review - Design

Delightful Breakfast

A deliciously prepared Continental breakfast platter served with fresh fruits and coffee will surely brighten up your day in Los Patios Hotel. We loved the breakfast that was carefully prepared by the staff. The breakfast also came with pastries specially made by the Danish manager, Sigurd. It was really delicious! You can also opt for the traditional Nicaraguan breakfast, we didn’t try this though.

Los Patios Boutique Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Review - Breakfast

Los Patios Boutique Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Review - Breakfast Platter

Hotel Staff

The boutique hotel felt like home, not only because of its interior but because of the great service and warm hospitality provided by the staff. After we checked in (while enjoying welcome drinks), we were provided with valuable information on places to visit in Granada. There was always someone at the reception to cater for requests from guests. Another thing that is important for Nicaragua, the staff are bilingual so it’s easy to get your message across.

Location: Granada, Nicaragua

Los Patios Hotel is located in the quiet street of Calle Corrales, a few minutes’ walk from the main square and the San Francisco Church and museum. Calle Calzada, the famous tourist street lined up with bars and restaurants is only a few minutes away.

Granada is relatively easy to go around by foot. Taxis and horse carriages are not hard to find if you’re in search for a different mode of transportation.

Los Patios Boutique Hotel Granada Nicaragua - Review - Location

We had a wonderful stay at Los Patios Hotel and would gladly recommend it to those looking for something special in Granada. It is a beautiful place that almost felt like home. Check out Jon’s post about the Spanish colonial town of Granada.

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Disclaimer: We were hosted by Los Patios Hotel during our stay in Granada, Nicaragua. All thoughts and opinions in this review are our own.

LOS PATIOS HOTEL

Calle Corrales 525 Granada, Nicaragua

Website: www.lospatiosgranada.com

Email: info@lospatiosgranada.com

What do you think of Los Patios Hotel? Did it inspire you to stay at the hotel or have you already visited the place? Do you have plans to visit Granada? Let us know.

About the author

Gia Kristel De Guia

Gia, who currently lives in New Zealand, grew up in Manila, lived in Singapore for three years and travelled the world for nearly 2 years. From watching sunsets to hiking mountains, she loves the outdoors. She enjoys living in big cities but takes pleasure staying in quaint, small towns. An aspiring photographer and budding writer, she is the voice behind Mismatched Passports, a travel blog dedicated to the journey around the world with her New Zealander partner, Jon.

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