Managua City, Managua, Managua
The building's design was based on the need for a real theater with technical perfection and sober exterior. Indeed, the shape of the auditorium and ideal dimensions assures people remain in close contact with the stage, its acoustics ranks it among the best in the Americas. Music, Drama, Opera, Ballet scenario may occur in the flexible and large halls as well as protocolar and various events.
1177 Paseo Xolotlán, Managua 12001, Managua,
Salvador Allende Port offers a great view of Xolotlan Lake, former reservoir of fresh water for Managua. Safe, with parking available and several gastronomic options is a pleasant place to spend a saturday or sunday afternoon with family and friends.
Paseo Xolotlan,Fte a Teatro Ruben Dario, Managua,
The Xolotlan Boardwalk has a scale model of the city of Managua prior the 1972 earthquake. The nostalgia for the city that stood like that once, makes this attraction a highly recommended visit.
Salvador Allende Pier, Managua,
De Ministerio de Gobernación 4c al Norte, Managua, Managua,
If you are participating in a trade show or any other event, stay with us at Crowne Plaza, conveniently located just 3 blocks from this facility. Feel free to contact us to arrange your transportation for an additional fee.
Nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers will love Managua’s natural attractions. The hotel’s location puts you within close proximity of Lake Xolotlan and its surrounding volcanic formations. You’ll also have the chance to witness the spectacular lagoon views of Loma de Tiscapa Historical Park, which is located just behind the hotel.
Crowne Plaza Managua puts you within walking distance of Salvador Allende Pier, a popular point of departure for scenic boat tours. The pier sits on the shores of Lake Managua and offers a selection of restaurants with water views.
Safety is a priority at our hotel. Not only is the hotel located in the safest area of this city, but it is located near many international embassies and government offices.
Our Managua hotel is within walking distance of the city’s downtown historic district, where Xolotlan Boardwalk features a miniature scaled version of the city as it appeared prior to the 1972 earthquake. And if you visit in December, don’t miss witnessing a uniquely Nicaraguan tradition as local Catholics celebrate La Purisma with elaborate altars honoring the Virgin Mary.
Visit the new Salvador Allende Pier, with multiple restaurants, children playground areas and beautiful sightseeing of the Managua Lake.Also the Xolotlan Boardwalk offers a little of history with a scale model of Managua City before the 72 earthquake, with famous buildings and streets. Near both attractions is the central square, with the Old Catedral and the National Palace buildings.