Hotel Patio del Malinche
Lovely colonial hotel with stylish, unfussy rooms arranged around pleasant courtyards in a convenient central location.
The charmingly pretty Hotel Patio del Malinche in a restored colonial building is just two blocks from Granada's central park. It’s a popular and much-loved place where you receive a warm welcome from the Spanish owners, who will bend over backwards to help you.
The hotel offers a tranquil stay in what can be a busy city, with plenty of space to relax in the public areas within the adobe walls of the property. The guestrooms are set hacienda-style around two small courtyards, one with a small pool.
Décor is stylishly minimalist and in keeping with the hotel’s architectural style: wood ceilings, terracotta floors and natural wooden doors. Rooms on the second floor have views of Mombacho Volcano, towering over the city’s colonial skyline. Breakfast can be taken either inside in the restaurant or al fresco overlooking the pool area, and there’s a bar serving cocktails.
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