Boutique hotel to open soon in Nicaragua's Rancho Santana estate
The Rancho Santana residential and resort community in Nicaragua will soon welcome a new hotel - the Inn at Rancho Santana. The new boutique property, surrounded by the country's abundance of natural beauty, including hiking trails and five of the best beaches in Nicaragua, is the ideal hotel choice for nature lovers seeking a touch of indulgement with luxury holidays in Nicaragua.
Nicaragua’s 17-year-old residential and resort community Rancho Santana will soon be launching its first hotel - The Inn at Rancho Santana. The new luxury boutique hotel, set to open in April 2015, will comprise 17 guest rooms and suites and will feature a café, a lounge, an open-air central courtyard styled after the traditional haciendas, and its own art gallery displaying unique pieces from local artists.
According to Rancho Santana CEO Matt Turner, The Inn at Rancho Santana will be the ideal accommodation for holidaymakers seeking luxury holidays in Nicaragua.
"If a boutique hotel is a weekend fling—this is true and lasting love. The real thing…. Decidedly down-to-earth, and yet overwhelmingly beautiful—the rooms are much like the ranch itself."
With its rich biodiversity and nearly 5 million acres of protected national parks and reserves, holidays in Nicaragua are ideal for nature lovers and The Inn at Rancho Santana is a perfect example of the natural beauty that surrounds Nicaragua. Nestled in 2700 acres of land, the hotel is surrounded by hills, hiking trails and five of the best Nicaraguan beaches and combined these beaches offer world class fishing, surfing and snorkeling experiences. The onsite restaurant La Finca y el Mar makes use of its own garden produce to create some of the finest mouth watering dishes.
Nicaragua has certainly been generating increased interest among industry experts and key international media. Forbes and Fortune magazine online have reported on the upcoming launch of The Inn at Ranch Santana, both publications have noted the strides Nicaragua has made as a holiday destination coming from a history of civil unrest to now holding its own against its regional peers.
At the end of 2014, US newspaper The Boston Globe named Nicaragua in its list of the six must see holiday destinations for 2015, and controversially listed the Central American country as a superior holiday spot to Costa Rica, a destination the article describes as “old news”. According to the Boston Globe analysts are predicting a 9 per cent growth in tourist spend in Nicaragua over the next decade.
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