Hotel Villa Paraiso is located on Playa Santo Domingo, one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, situated just between the Concepcion and Maderas volcanoes. Playa Santo Domingo’s uncomparable natural beauty includes 7 km of white, sandy beaches and countless varieties of tropical foliage including the ancient trees of La Cabulla Park. The hotel has private cabins distributed among natural vegetation and overlooking the beach or close to it. Come and enjoy this unforgettable and memorable experience!
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The hotel has 13 private cabins distributed among the natural vegetation overlooking the beach, each cabins is equipped with Air Conditioning, Comfortable Beds, Suites with balcony and lake views, Minibar, Satellite TV, and Bathrooms with warm water.
Cabana features a private terrace, air conditioning, fan, satellite TV, private bathroom with hot water shower. Sleeps up to 2 people in one double bed.
The wide and international menu of La Mariscada Restaurant offers guests an opportunity to enjoy the delicious and unique Nicaraguan traditional dishes, as well as the house specialty: Pacific Seafood and Lake Nicaragua fish. The great view of Lake Cocibolca invites you to relax in a beautiful and peaceful environment. From the bar, you can enjoy the best international cocktails and the famous national cocktail, the "Macua".
The Mountain Farm at Villa Paraiso is devoted to sustainable production and the protection of natural resources. It's strategic location features a spectacular view of the Concepcion Volcano and the Istiam River. An adobe cabin with thatched palm roof and solar electricity offers a welcoming and environmentally friendly setting. The cabin is surrounded by a garden with plants native to the region that attract numerous species of butterflies and hummingbirds.