$42 - $117
|CHEAPEST CITY IN NICARAGUA||Granada||38% cheaper||Hotels in Granada are the cheapest in Nicaragua at just $42 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN NICARAGUA||Popoyo||42% more expensive||Popoyo has the highest priced hotels in Nicaragua with rooms averaging $117 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN NICARAGUA||Managua||89% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Managua than any other city in Nicaragua|
Those looking for a hotel near San Juan del Sur Beach should expect to pay $77/night for area hotels. Below are the 11 best hotel options in the area. Hotels near San Juan del Sur Beach are typically 18% more expensive than the average hotel in Nicaragua, which is $63.
|Low Season||November||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||August||most expensive time to stay|
|20%||expected price decrease|
|34%||expected price increase|
$89 - $169
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Thursday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|$92||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$203||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Real Intercontinental Metrocentro Managua, An IHG Hotel|
Hotels Near Airport
Nicaragua has become a popular travel destination in recent years. People from all over the world travel to Nicaragua for vacations and business. If you plan to travel to Nicaragua for a holiday, some of the cities you should stay in are Managua, Leon, and Masaya. Cheap hotels in Nicaragua are distributed throughout the cities ensuring convenient accommodation. The public bus transport system in Managua makes it easy for locals and visitors to move around. Additionally, the traffic regulations are foreigner-friendly. This means that you can easily rent a car and drive yourself as you visit different attraction sites in the city you stay in. For a satisfying experience of Nicaragua, you should stay in conveniently located hotels such as the Real Intercontinental at Managua.
Whether you are a fan of indoor activities or the outdoors, there are many attraction sites you can visit in Nicaragua that will interest you. One of the popular attractions in Nicaragua is the Masaya Volcano. Visitors access this active volcano from Managua, where most trips are planned. You can choose to be flown in a light aircraft or drive up to the edge of the smoking Santiago crater for exotic views of the bubbling lava. The cost of your trip to the Masaya Volcano depends on the mode you choose to travel in. However, no entry charges are paid to go up the mountain. The Masaya Volcano is popular throughout the year except between March and February when rains make roads unsafe. The Pearl Cays is another popular attraction in Nicaragua. This collection of 12 tiny islands provides a perfect environment for relaxation. The Pearl Cays are popular throughout the year since the temperature in Nicaragua is favorable all year round. Being on the islands is free of charge; however, visitors have to pay for transportation on boats to and from the islands. Guided tours of islands may attract extra charges. Several hotels in Nicaragua, such as the Sky Granada, offer tours to their guests.
To get a complete picture of what Nicaragua can offer while on vacation, you should experience its nightlife. This culturally diverse city has varied nightlife activities that tourists can engage in. While in Managua, there are many restaurants and other night entertainment centers that people can visit. Restaurant Don Candido is a popular restaurant in Managua that you can visit for locally prepared meals such as nacatamales. The Ruben Dario National Theater is one of the popular nightlife destinations for visitors. Plays and live musical performances are held in this theater from time to time. Conveniently located Nicaragua hotels such as the Hotel Roca Del Cumbre allow a comfortable experience of cities at night. An evening tour of the villages along the lake offers tourists a unique experience of Nicaraguan culture. Traditional celebrations open to foreigners are often held in these villages.
Nicaragua is a country with an interesting history. Part of the history is displayed in the form of art pieces in museums. One of the places to learn the country’s history is at the National Palace of Culture in Managua. This iconic building houses the national museum and the national library containing a wide range of historical reading material. The Ruins of Leon Viejo, located in Puerto Momotombo, are a significant historical site in Nicaragua. The ruins depict the lifestyle of the initial Spanish settlers of Nicaragua. These historical and art attraction sites are usually open throughout the year. However, they only operate during the day. Visitors pay a small entry fee to local authorities when visiting the sites. Hotels such as the Pandora Hostel are well-located for easy movement if you want to visit historical and art centers.
October is the least expensive month to stay in Nicaragua, with an average price of $111 per night. That price is significantly cheaper than the most expensive month, April.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Nicaragua to travel to is Montelimar.
Visiting and staying overnight in Montelimar will cost you a premium compared to the rest of Nicaragua. Expect to pay $188 per night, a rate that is about 150% more than the country’s average.
Our users typically find that Big Corn Island has the lowest per night rates in the country at just $11. Big Corn Island offers hotels rooms at an average rate that is 60% lower than the average city in Nicaragua.
There are 2,359 operators available for hotels in Nicaragua as of October 2023.
Prices for hotels in Nicaragua are refreshed on a daily basis.
Residencial Bolonia del canal 2 TV, 1 cuadra lago 75 varas abajo, Managua, Nicaragua
Treecasa Hotel & Resort Nicaragua
Entrada Rancho Payayal, 2 Km al Este, San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
Entrada a las Penitas 600 mts al suroeste Entrada a las Penitas 600 mts al suroeste, Las Peñitas, Nicaragua
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