Hostal Calle de los Poetas is a colonial style house in the center of León. We have 3 spacious rooms, suitable for families, couples or singles.
The biggest room has a private bathroom, and the other two rooms share a big bathroom. Our rooms have comfortable matrimonial beds with good quality pillows, a desk with chair, spacious closet, ceiling fan and high speed internet connection. The house has a cosy living room with TV and DVD player and a wide selection of DVD’s you can watch while staying with us. We also have Netflix installed on the TV.
The kitchen is available for your use, you will have space on a shelf and in the fridge. There is coffee/tea and water refill included in the price, we just ask for a contribution if you fill up your bottle to go. We offer laundry service for 150 cordobas per machine wash. Our hostal has a beautiful garden and a big patio in the back, where you can observe a variety of birds in the morning and afternoon.
Room with private bathroom $22 for single, $ 30 for double. With A/C $ 30 for single, $ 40 for double
Room with shared in-room bathroom $17 for single, $ 25 for double
We are open for both long term and short term guests. We offer special price for long term stays.
For bookings or questions please contact us on email@example.com (please use “Hostal Calle de los Poetas” as subject).
Address: De Museo Ruben Dario, 1 cuadra y media al oeste, enfrente de Farmacia Afrodita (1 and a half block west from Ruben Dario museum, in front of the pharamacy Afrodite).
Tel: 2311 – 3306
Why The Street of the Poets/La Calle de Los Poetas?
Our street is named after the Nicaraguan poet, Rubén Dario, recognised as one of the best writers of the Spanish language. An inspiration for many Latin American and Spanish writers and mentor of Nobel Price winners, Ruben Dario was generous and remained humble enough to support and guide younger writers during his short life time.
With our name we want to honor him and other writers and poets who lived on the same street.
We also have a small bookshop in the front room of the house where you can choose from a selection of international and national books (including a good selection of Rubén Darío) in english, spanish, dutch, german, norwegian and more.
Photos: Marthe Kalleklev