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Hotel Aloha

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The hotel and the staff were very nice. The staff strived to meet your every demand. I would stay ahgain.

Every person who works at this hotel has a beautiful and gracious attitude. The hotel is small but comfortable and it's ideally situated in the city. I always felt safe here and would recommend it to anyone.

The airlines couldn't keep their schedules or keep track of our luggage, but when we staggered into the Hotel Aloja 14 hours late, and six hours before check-in time, all they said was "We have a room for you." This was followed by a delicious breakfast. If you need a comfortable, secure room in Managua at a price that seems far too low for the value received, Hotel Aloha is your best choice.

From before we got there, the staff was helpful and hospitable. They made sure that all our transportation needs were met, along with finding us a driver to sight see. We speak rudimentary Spanish, so Andrew 's English was a godsend. We managed to get our needs met even with the night staff who spoke no English. A sense of humor helps. Our room was not fancy at all, but always spotless and the a/c was sub-arctic & fantastic. The hotel was in a good location from where we needed to be. That said, it would not be a good idea to try to walk anywhere from there. With only 9 rooms, this is a small hotel who still tries to offer all the services of a larger one. Breakfast was wonderful. They were also great with our 10 year old daughter. We will stay here again.

Delightful budget hotel in the center of the action in Managua, a pleasant walk or cab-ride to great restaurants, movies and shopping. The staff were attentive and pleasant. Fast wireless.

The hotel, the size of the rooms, and even the beds were smaller than expected. However, they quickly put us in another room with larger beds. There is no restaurant in the hotel. Although close to other hotels and a major mall, the hotel is located on a dead end street. The only exit from there, if walking, required passing thru a short dark area without street lights. Usually took taxis for shopping and eating out. Taxis arrived very promptly. I was impressed with the cleanliness of the room and the service from the staff. We visited the National Museum, El Malecon,and the National Carheral.

We used the Aloha at twice. It is well located, comfortable and quiet and offers a very good breakfast. There are very good restaurants within safe walking distance. The wonderful staff was friendly, helpful and thoughtful.

nice room.Frienbly helpful staff, decent location.

The hotel is centrally located to the MetroCentro. That's the downtown of Managua. It's a two minute walk to the Intercontinental Hotel, the mall, and lots of restaurants and nightclubs. It is clean, quiet, and friendly with a free breakfast every morning. The food in Nicaragua is very good and reasonably priced. Lake Nicaragua is beautiful and a must see. However, everyone has their hand out and overcharge for all services outside the hotels and gringo safe restaurants. $14 for three Tonas and a bag of potato chips at the Managua airport bar? $40 for a slow one hour trip around the lake's small islands? $4 for a taxi to go 50 meters from my hotel to the nightclub (I didn't know it was that close)? No safe in my room? Thank God they didn't take my Costa Rican colones (I actually had more in colones than dollars but Colones are like Kryponite to Nicos). Overall, one of the worst trips of my life, and that includes the four hour wait on the runway at JFK during a blizzard. There's no reason for me to have to hit the ATM three times in four days. It would appear to me that, like the Clash song "Safe European Home" "I went to the place where every white face is an invitation to robbery." Being a gringo outside of the "safe" MetroCentro is just plain trouble.

Very good breakfast. Friendly Staff

26 Calle Sureste Managua

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Business center

Hotel Aloha places you next to Metrocentro and within a 15-minute walk of Managua Metropolitan Cathedral. This 15-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Located centrally in Managua, it's also near Japones Park and Los Robles Park.


Dining

Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, get a quick pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café, and mingle with other guests at the free daily manager's reception.


Rooms

All of Hotel Aloha's 15 individually decorated rooms provide washers/dryers, coffee makers, and free newspapers. 32-inch TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries. Free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones are other standard amenities.


Property features

Hotel Aloha features free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and coffee in a common area. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for NIO 15 per vehicle one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and free newspapers.

Room options

Double Room (2 Beds)

King 2 | Sleeps 2

Single Room

Queen 1 | Sleeps 1

Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Hotel Aloha

Couples (3) Business (1) Family (3) Friends (1) Other (2)
4

friends trip.

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel and the staff were very nice. The staff strived to meet your every demand. I would stay ahgain.

By on Apr 6, 2015

5

classic architecture, warm people

Singles

Every person who works at this hotel has a beautiful and gracious attitude. The hotel is small but comfortable and it's ideally situated in the city. I always felt safe here and would recommend it to anyone.

By on Feb 18, 2014

5

aloha indeed!

Families

The airlines couldn't keep their schedules or keep track of our luggage, but when we staggered into the Hotel Aloja 14 hours late, and six hours before check-in time, all they said was "We have a room for you." This was followed by a delicious breakfast. If you need a comfortable, secure room in Managua at a price that seems far too low for the value received, Hotel Aloha is your best choice.

By on Nov 4, 2013

4

home away from home

Families

From before we got there, the staff was helpful and hospitable. They made sure that all our transportation needs were met, along with finding us a driver to sight see. We speak rudimentary Spanish, so Andrew 's English was a godsend. We managed to get our needs met even with the night staff who spoke no English. A sense of humor helps. Our room was not fancy at all, but always spotless and the a/c was sub-arctic & fantastic. The hotel was in a good location from where we needed to be. That said, it would not be a good idea to try to walk anywhere from there. With only 9 rooms, this is a small hotel who still tries to offer all the services of a larger one. Breakfast was wonderful. They were also great with our 10 year old daughter. We will stay here again.

By on Nov 3, 2012

5

sweet little hotel near los robles

Families

Delightful budget hotel in the center of the action in Managua, a pleasant walk or cab-ride to great restaurants, movies and shopping. The staff were attentive and pleasant. Fast wireless.

By on Apr 26, 2012

4

a quiet location

Couples

The hotel, the size of the rooms, and even the beds were smaller than expected. However, they quickly put us in another room with larger beds. There is no restaurant in the hotel. Although close to other hotels and a major mall, the hotel is located on a dead end street. The only exit from there, if walking, required passing thru a short dark area without street lights. Usually took taxis for shopping and eating out. Taxis arrived very promptly. I was impressed with the cleanliness of the room and the service from the staff. We visited the National Museum, El Malecon,and the National Carheral.

By on Sep 26, 2011

5

great find

Couples

We used the Aloha at twice. It is well located, comfortable and quiet and offers a very good breakfast. There are very good restaurants within safe walking distance. The wonderful staff was friendly, helpful and thoughtful.

By on Feb 19, 2011

4

nice hotel

Couples

nice room.Frienbly helpful staff, decent location.

By on Dec 16, 2010

3

clean, comfortable, and banditos

Singles

The hotel is centrally located to the MetroCentro. That's the downtown of Managua. It's a two minute walk to the Intercontinental Hotel, the mall, and lots of restaurants and nightclubs. It is clean, quiet, and friendly with a free breakfast every morning. The food in Nicaragua is very good and reasonably priced. Lake Nicaragua is beautiful and a must see. However, everyone has their hand out and overcharge for all services outside the hotels and gringo safe restaurants. $14 for three Tonas and a bag of potato chips at the Managua airport bar? $40 for a slow one hour trip around the lake's small islands? $4 for a taxi to go 50 meters from my hotel to the nightclub (I didn't know it was that close)? No safe in my room? Thank God they didn't take my Costa Rican colones (I actually had more in colones than dollars but Colones are like Kryponite to Nicos). Overall, one of the worst trips of my life, and that includes the four hour wait on the runway at JFK during a blizzard. There's no reason for me to have to hit the ATM three times in four days. It would appear to me that, like the Clash song "Safe European Home" "I went to the place where every white face is an invitation to robbery." Being a gringo outside of the "safe" MetroCentro is just plain trouble.

By on Aug 31, 2010

3

very nice

BusinessTravelers

Very good breakfast. Friendly Staff

By on Jul 8, 2009