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La Buena Onda
La Buena Onda provides all of the amenities that you are looking for (Free coffee, free wireless internet, outdoor patio with hammocks, cable tv, balcony, laundry service, great book exchange, movies, and more!) and also serves as a great base to expl...
Hostel Don Popo
Hostel Don Popo is just 1 block from the Cathedral. Opened in February 2013, we have new and good quality beds, a cinema room, one patio with hamrocs and a lounge where you can enjoy a game of pool or watch a football game in our 50' TV...
Ulap Yasica Hostel is located in the outskirts of the city of Matagalpa, just 8 minutes away from city center. It is a family owned business conceived to have a low impact in the environment using local resources and recycled materials...
Hotel La Pradera
This hotel next to the Girasol café was so new that you could smell the paint drying in the brightly colored rooms. Hot water, cable TV and new beds - can't complain.
Hotel Lomas De San Tomas
This three-story hilltop hacienda property has huge rooms with ceramic-tiled floors, a pastel paint job and wrought-iron beds. Each has a balcony overlooking the city and surrounding mountains. It’s a US$1.50 taxi ride from downtown.
This somewhat smelly entry, east (up a steep hill) of Parque Rubén Darío, prides itself on being the cheapest place in town - grab a sagging mattress and make a deal.
Vacillates between dumpy and bright depending upon the rooms, which all come with cable TV, plump pillows and new spring mattresses regardless of the paint job. It's surprisingly quiet considering the central location.
This excellent budget choice has clean, simple rooms with high ceilings, lots of light and great security - and free coffee all day. Some of the better rooms with private bathroom also have cable TV, and the bubbly owner knows a lot about the region.
Hotel Alvarado I
Downright frilly, with doilies on the tables and skirts on the beds, this adorable budget option has OK rooms with clean shared bath, and spacious, pretty rooms with private bath, all upstairs by the TV nook and terrace overlooking the park.
Hospedaje El Sosiego
One of two inexpensive options by the river is the more basic, but much more spacious, Hospedaje El Sosiego, with big, wonderful beds inside dark, cool, cement rooms that may make you feel like you're in a castle - the haunted kind...
Hotel Mana Del Cielo
The rooms aren’t huge and are bright pink, but they are also super clean with ceramic-tiled baths, hot water and wi-fi. They don’t live up to the elegant stone lobby, but if you go without air-con, it’s a terrific deal.
Hospedaje Vic Pal
Really cheap and basic, it’s also clean, quiet and friendly, with big beds and cathedral and mountain views over courtyard laundry lines.
La Buena Onda
Clean, centrally located and with a chilled vibe, this fine hostel ticks all the boxes. It's located in a cozy converted house with well-furnished rooms, spacious dorms with private bathrooms and big lockers, and a balcony overlooking the street...
Luna International Hostel
This new branch of the popular Estelí hostel was just finding its feet when we passed through, but has clean and spacious rooms, a large kitchen and plenty of information for travelers...
Hotel El Castillo
This excellent-value new hotel set on a hillside has great views but is only three blocks from the park. All of the rooms are bright and modern, but those at the front have small private balconies overlooking the cathedral.
Hotel San José
This fine new hotel is already popular with travelers thanks to its spotless rooms, central location and professional service.
Hotel Fuente Azul
Just across the creek in the northwestern end of town is a converted home with super-clean, freshly painted rooms dressed with crisp bedding, new bathrooms and ceiling fans. A superb-value option.