Hotel Dario occupies a neo-classical structure from 1902, with a remarkable and ornate facade overlooking the pedestrian street La Calzada, full of open-air cafes and good restaurants. This wedding cake of a building, carefully painted in shades of blue-green, served as a private residence, a revolutionary headquarters, then a charming hotel. It is a privileged place for the best families of Granada for dinner or coffee. For some guests it is an excellent place to see the city, cathedral and uneven crater of volcano Mombacho from the beautiful balconies of the rooms overlooking the street now.
Hotel Dario‘s spectacular arched entrance, paved with hand-painted Spanish tiles, opens onto a garden with flowers, where the fun pigeons in a refreshing fountain. On all sides there have been classic Moorish arches that give this exquisite interior an exotic flavor that can be enjoyed by both guests and for those visiting the restaurant Tramway that serves Nicaraguan fusion cuisine meticulously presented in a light Under a light Elegant and soft ceiling height.
Those with smaller appetites can enjoy this architectural art in the hotel’s cafe, Chocolate, where the excellent breakfast is served and tantalizing cakes also shown. The spilled coffee on the sidewalk where you can have a beer or a cappuccino and watch people.
Only guests can continue to the second inner courtyard, where a small sun-drenched pool surrounded by sun loungers offers a fresh respite from the tropical heat by known La Gran Sultana. There is a small gym with some aerobic machines. The tastefully decorated rooms are located in this section facing the pool terrace, facing the largest, or with large windows that open onto the balconies from the street terrace. Although the rooms overlooking the bustling street have these beautiful views of the balcony, you may prefer the quieter interior rooms. Neither is it particularly important, but they are all masterfully designed for the illusion of space, with magnificent high ceilings and simple furnishings but beautiful wrought iron hand and rich hardwoods.
In addition to a handful of antiques to complement the conscious echoes of the Moorish taste of colonial Spain, modern amenities including satellite TV, cold air conditioning, Wi-Fi and drinking water but strangely Water is not replenished after day 1. Reception staff can offer advice in English fluently and arrange any type of tour. There is a Avis car rental counter at the hotel Dario if you want to explore the rest of South Nicaragua on their own. There is no spa, but there are plenty of places to get a massage or pedicure at a very reasonable price a few blocks away.
Telf:(505) 2552 3400