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Nestled in a tropical dry forest Nature Preserve surrounding the limpid waters of the deepest lake in Central America, the Resort encourages you to luxuriate in an ambiance devoid of the stress of daily life. Swim and refresh in the healing 84 degree mineral water of Laguna Apoyo. Loll in a hammock watching the antics of Howler monkeys in the surrounding trees while being serenaded by 150 species of birds populating the protected Nature Preserve. Hike nearby trails or practice in the Yoga Shalas; then finish the day with fine dining in one of the Resort's three restaurants. The many choices pr...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Nothing of resort
Reviewed 31 may, 2021
Stayed on 29th of May, 2021 - There is nothing but accommodations. Stayed in an apartment; no internet, no TV, no breakfast no any other kind of service. Room looked clean, but certainly not worth $100, maybe $30-40. Food was only available at La Vista Restaurant and Grill. Waited for food AN HOUR AND TWENTY MINUTES for two people and they still forgot part of my order (mushrooms). Meal cost $45 - too much for quality, price or service that was received. Menu in dollars.
Advertised as open but everything is closed during the week
Reviewed 10 may, 2021
Booked through online site that said everything was open. When we arrived to check in the security guard was surprised to see us. They initially said they didn’t have my reservation but once they “checked me in” they told me that none of the restaurants were open during the week. She told me that we would need to drive I to town to get groceries if we wanted food there. I told her that we didn’t want to stay since it was a remote location and we would have to drive a large distance to get meals. I was unable to get a refund for the first night since she “checked me in”. 🤦🏼♀️🤯 we went back to Granada and stayed at a nice place near restaurants.
Owneship is awful!!
Reviewed 24 may, 2020
This place is highway Robery,very expensive not even a five Star Resort and they charge More than the best hotel in Managua Intercontinental. the food by the so called chef Nelson is Worst than any no mame taquería in town. I do not Recommend!waste of money.
Reviewed 11 february, 2020
After being on the go for a week in Leon, it was good to slow down for a few days. Our group of 29 were pleased with the resort - but there are shortcomings. After the political issues of the last couple of years, the resort was not very active. The houses were huge and clean, with a great covered porch. The kitchen etc. was sparsely furnished. Good fridge, but no coffee maker, microwave etc. Likewise - no TV. The individual properties were effectively spread out on both sides of a road up the hill. It was fairly steep, and a good distance from the top where we stayed. The have a truck with seating that made regular trips, and which was available on demand. There were several pools on the property, and the staff was great. The resort was not quite what we expected, but we were well satisfied.
We stayed here for a week as part of a mission team to help local churches
Reviewed 3 february, 2020
We had a large cabin? Upstairs was a king size bed with a balconny, downstairs was a double single bed room. 3 bathrooms, full kitchen . . . the pool was great. Two of the three restaraunts were closed. But the remaining one, and Pizza place were great. I'm sure with more bookings things will open up. We would stay there again.