Hotel La Perla

The Hotel La Perla is the finest examples of the neoclassical style of architecture that exists in Nicaragua. The central courtyard, typical of colonial construction, is dominated by the fountains with magnificent marble lions hand carved especially for the Hotel. We have worked along with representatives from the office of Patrimonio Nacional and the City of León, and using local artisans, to remodel the home with great attention to the original design, materials and colors.


La Perla Hotel offers 15 rooms, 5 poolside and 10 on the second floor with views of the city and our central courtyard.  The rooms are decorated with a colonial style and antique furniture. Every room has: -Air Conditioning -Over sized beds -Mini bar -Luxury bathrooms -Cable TV -Wireless Internet -Phone -Ceiling Fans -“In room safe”


Our restaurant offers varied dishes of international calibre. The Terrace Restaurant is set in a beautiful environment. We offer a large selection of Argentine, Chilean, Spanish and French wines. Breakfast is served in our Garden Terrace.The Bar: At the bar you can enjoy delicious cocktails and national appetizers while having a good time with your friends or enjoying all kind of major TV events.


-Swimming pool -Telephone and fax -Wireless Internet -Conference room -Breakfast included -Laundry service -24 hours Security -Secure private parking (space for 50 cars) -Tours -Professional massage La Perla Hotel offers ample space for, conferences, seminars and business meetings as well as for all the special events you may want to celebrate.

Dates Room Meals Rates
      Sgl Dbl Tpl
From: 01 JAN 19 To: 31 DEC 19
Junior Suite


$200 $200 N/A
Queen Colonial


$163 $163 N/A

Children under 9 stay free sharing with parents

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