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The hotel has only 9 rooms so privacy is one of the main elements, but its location between two of the most important cities of Carazo lets you learn more about our culture. The hotel is decorated in colonial style, which gives it a touch of an atmosphere of peace, all our furniture is antique restored by local workers. The 9 rooms have their own personality, each with private bathrooms, breakfast, wireless Internet, cable TV and security 24 hr day. D' Santos has spacious rooms that can accommodate groups of executive, weddings or events; the ball room is surrounded by our coffee plantations. Given the vastness of the place and the spaces the hotel invites different activities either relax, read a book, walk on our trails coffee, horseback riding or just out to find the extraordinary birds found on the farm.
After being informed by my mother that it was worth checking out, I paid a visit to the restaurant yesterday afternoon. I was pleasantly surprised on all fronts. It is located on a former coffee farm converted into a nature retreat/sanctuary some 500 meters or...More
A wonderful place to stay. Pleasant, courteous, helpful staff, especially Gary who seemed to be there 24/7 and went above and beyond to ensure we had what we needed. Did not eat dinner there, so cannot speak to that, but breakfast was exceptional. Only minor...More
I have stayed at the D'Santos three times for business and for bird watching. I have brought others there with total confidence in the service and quality of the hotel and the owners.
Consuelo Chamorro de Rappaccioli is the powerhouse behind this boutique hotel that...More
Stayed here on our last night in Nicaragua. Small original hotel with great service, the food was delicious and it was an interesting area to explore. We don't speak much Spanish and there is little English spoken in the hotel at present, but this didn't...More
Four of us, two couples, were touring Nicaragua and spent two nights at D'Santos, an organic, shade grown coffee plantation. We arrived after dark and felt like we were far away from civilization. This place is gorgeous and has a positive environmental, feel good vibe...More