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We stayed at LCBB the week (10 days?) after our wedding (in the Wilson Cabin) and it was nothing short of paradise! The customer service, experience, accommodations and staff are top notch.
First, we were greeted with pina coladas during our orientation and given a...More
After excited research, my friend Magdalena and I decided to embark on the 2,500-mile journey from Denver, Colorado to Little Corn Island. Our families had both warned us of the travel advisory for Nicaragua, but after reading forums written by the locals and welcoming emails...More
I stayed for six nights with my husband and teenage daughter at LCBB (we had reserved five nights but decided to add an extra one after our first day there) and it was perfect for many reasons: the genuinely kind and helpful staff; great food-especially...More
I am writing this review as my boyfriend and I are having our last breakfast on our 3-night stay in LCBB. The overall experience is amazing: the staff (incredibly friendly, specially Chay and Jesler), the room (very comfy, clean, an spacious), the food (breakfast is...More
This is THE place to stay on Little Corn Island. They thought of everything and made our stay unforgettable.
The food far exceeded our expectations. We stayed 6 nights and ate every meal here!
The staff here provided better service than most nice hotels and...More
Both Little Corn Beach and Bungalow (LCBB) and Little Corn Island were recently listed in the New York Times #1 Best Selling Travel book, "1000 Places to See Before You Die." Recently, the Travel and Leisure …Morewebsite listed LCBB as 1 of 27 "Best Affordable Island Hotels" in the world. Come and join us on this beautiful remote tropical island. Experience an extraordinarily scenic and unique Caribbean world while stepping back in time. We offer relative comfort while respecting the island's delicate eco system. No cars, motorcycles, golf carts or airport disguise the fact that it is relatively easy to find this paradise. Come and see Little Corn Island before it becomes just another Caribbean island. Less
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
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Response from noplansnoreserve | Property representative |
The Master Suite Crusoe's are much nicer. Bigger, private bath, on the beach, King bed, battery operated fan (1 of 2) so when village power goes off at 6am you will continue to have a pleasant nights sleep and they are... More
The Master Suite Crusoe's are much nicer. Bigger, private bath, on the beach, King bed, battery operated fan (1 of 2) so when village power goes off at 6am you will continue to have a pleasant nights sleep and they are more exposed to the pleasant beach breeze.
Response from kiwiyankee | Reviewed this property |
Details are on the hotel website. But basically you fly domestic from Managua to Big Corn, approx. $160 return, then 5min $2 taxi from plane to dock, then a $6 30min boat ride to Little Corn. Note the boat is open to the... More
Details are on the hotel website. But basically you fly domestic from Managua to Big Corn, approx. $160 return, then 5min $2 taxi from plane to dock, then a $6 30min boat ride to Little Corn. Note the boat is open to the elements and can be bumpy/won't go in stormy weather.