FIRST OF IT’S KIND
Condo Hotel Xalteva is one of the best Condo style hotels in Granada Nicaragua and also the first of it’s kind. It combines the timeless colonial architecture of Granada with modern conveniences including a full kitchen along with spacious living and dining areas. Whether you’re staying for the weekend or a few months, this hotel has everything you need to help make your stay memorable and comfortable. There is no comparison… compromise elsewhere.
A UNIQUE OASIS
Located in the beautiful colonial city of Granada, Nicaragua, Condo Hotel Xalteva is the place to go to relax after touring the beautiful city. Upon entering the property through a set of locally handcrafted wooden doors you will be greeted by our friendly English speaking staff, a beautiful pool with cascading fountains and lush tropical plants, all of which will make you forget you are in the middle of a city. Enjoy a refreshment under the palapa bar or read a good book while swinging in the hammock under the garden pergola.
“All is perfect in this place. A short walk to everything. A very wonderful staff who makes us feel like home. It is my favorite place in Granada. I love the pool.” CANADALISE
A SLICE OF HEAVEN
“This is our second visit here and that’s unusual for us. We NEVER return to the same destination one year after next. We also never stay at the same hotel. The exception to the rule is here.” JUDITH K
“This is now our 7th stay at the Hotel Xalteva. The accommodations are great as always, and the staff are warm, caring and friendly” MARTHAANDBUD
“A peaceful paradise! I can’t say I’ve met a friendlier staff on my stay in nicaragua. Beautiful rooms.. clean pool… very good breakfast.” CLAUDIO S
MUCH BETTER THAN AT FIRST GLANCE
“Ample breakfast,super service. Pool area very cozy,water beer etc. available at very reasonable prices. Melissa is a superior travel coordinator.” DAVID S
” Ms. Melissa (the manager) and her professional staff get 6 stars – really. I’ve stayed at top tier hotels in Asia, Europe, the US, and the Hotel Xalteva is right up there with the best of them.” CHRISTOPHER S
Slogan by Condo/Hotel Xalteva, design by Eduardo Jose Arias Cruz. This was a contest to bring environmental awareness to the property and to the community. Our employees submitted their proposals and then guests, management, other workers and friends of the Condos voted. The end result was a three way tie so management combined the slogans to make one unique slogan that reflects our comitement to the environment. Local designer Eduardo Arias then created a graphic image to represent the slogan. Each employee has received 10 hours of internal environmental and sustainable tourism training as well as follow up training with the Institute of Tourism. Since then we have created a recycle center and taken part in community clean up projects by the lake and other numerous internal and external actions.
Where we are located
Sandwiched between Costa Rica to the south and Honduras to the north, Nicaragua is smack in the middle of Central America flanked by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. Talk about a great location! More specifically, Granada, your base for this trip, is perched on Lake Nicaragua, one of the top 10 largest freshwater lakes in the world.
We will help you plan the perfect vacation
Let us spend the time planning your activities so you can spend your time enjoying them. Here are some ideas.
- Zipline over a coffee plantation
- Kayak Las Isletas
- Masaya Volcano by night
Is Nicaragua safe?
Nicaragua is considered one of the safest countries in Central America. It has been spared much of the violence that has shaken its neighbors. The political reform has had a clear goal of reducing inequality through investments in education, social services, local infrastructure, and healthcare.
Central American Tourist Product
The Colonial and Volcanoes Route is born from the idea of creating a Central American tourist product that includes more than one hundred colonial and natural destinations. From Antigua, Guatemala, to Panamá, along the old path laid out by the Spaniards on the pre-existing indigenous routes near the volcanic mountain ranges of the Pacific coast of the region.
Calle Obispo Ulloa, Del Trillo Santa Rosa, ½ al norte, Granada, Nicaragua