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Tribal has a lovely little open-air pool in the courtyard surrounded by palm trees and comfy seats for the lovely breakfast service, and for drinks and cheese before dinner. The rooms are very comfortable, including a silent Hi-Lo air conditioner and a fan. If you're...More
While the Tribal Hotel is located in the perfect spot to wander around colorful Granada, we found it difficult to leave the property because we enjoyed hanging out there so much. The lush courtyard was a bohemian dream complete with comfy lounge seating, daybeds, and...More
My husband and I spent two nights at the Tribal Hotel. We knew we had a amazing stay ahead of us when we arrived at the airport and were greeted with tall glasses of icy cucumber infused water and cool towels to wipe the travel...More
As I was preparing to check out of the Tribal Hotel, after a three night visit, I had a brief discussion with one of the owners and asked if I could make a recommendation. While he was certainly open to the idea, he chuckled at...More
I was able to show my parents the beautiful town of Granada, while still maintaining their creature comforts from the states. The hotel has a design that is thoughtful, stylish and cozy all at the same time. It was costly by Nicaraguan standards, but more...More
Response from Wacosta | Property representative | Reviewed this property |
All rooms face the beautiful interior courtyard, so it may all be the same. There was not much noise. I would imagine that rooms on the second floor may be a little quieter. Hope this helps.
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"I can't imagine any of the rooms are uncomfortable, and all seem to look out towards the pool."