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Nothing can beat the relaxation of sitting on the patio at dawn in Hotel Luna del Rio. They only have a handful of rooms, right over the river Rio san Juan. I stayed with my family in the downstairs room. Everything in the room was...More
We spent 4 great nights at Hotel Luna Del Rio in El Castillo, booking 2 rooms that overlooked the river. The hotel is a cosy and nicely appointed place, with air conditioning in the rooms, clean and simple en suite bathrooms and lovely balconies with...More
The room was lovely but small. We had a small balcony overlooking the little "street", there was ac but we didn't need it just opened the balcony doors. It is very stylish with a handcrafted feel, the bed and pillows were the most comfortable we...More
we stayed for 3 nights at Hotel Luna del Rio. It has been a great experience. The hotel has an atmosphere of great hospitality. The rooms are comfortable and clean. Service is more than good, my husband suffered with some health issues, Margarita has been...More
This is an OK little hotel. Safe and secure. The draw is the Owner / Manger and the river balcony. The rooms and bathroom are very small. Comfortable bed, good air conditioner. Breakfast included was good. Hot water for shower but water flow is like...More
Response from Aventura S, gg at Hotel Luna del RioResponded 5 March 2018
Dear Mr Jerry and Mr Tim, thanks for your commentary , your 5 star to the manager and in general your good appreciation on our hotel.
I just would like to clarify you that due to the tropical rainforest where we are, the rain is...More
Sorry for my late reaction. We came from Granada by car, but from San Juan Del Sur I think you can only come there via Managua and then to San Carlos, and from San Carlos you have to take a boat to El Castillo.