Flor De Sarta
Good quality service and overall comfort
Our rating: Mid-Range | Property style: Boutique Hotel
Flor De Sarta is an elegant, family-owned, colonial-style hotel located within the historic centre just a few minutes' walk from León's colonial cathedral. There are only eight ensuite rooms here, all with modern amenities. The outdoor pool is a lovely place to relax after a day of exploring the city. Other facilities include a garden, terrace and lounge.
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A favourite among travellers, the Hotel El Convento is a ground-up restoration of the 17th century San Francisco Convent. Elegant décor and colonial-style, dark-wood furniture can be found throughout the hotel, rooms and well-manicured gardens. The on-site restaurant, El Victoriano, offers an eclectic international menu available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Rooms are simple with tiled flooring, air-conditioning and small touches of stylish furniture pieces. Guests can contemplate the hotel's history in the peaceful, central garden for a bit of down time or make use of the hotel's small outdoor pool and humble fitness room. Ideally located in the heart of the city centre the hotel is just two blocks from the central park amongst a variety of shops, restaurants and wonderful colonial architecture. The owners, the largest private art collectors in Central America, have also converted three colonial homes connected to the San Francisco church across from the hotel into an art museum. Their artistic identity can be seen from the antiques, original colonial art works and native crafts dotted throughout the hotel.
Hotel La Recolección
This modern construction built in León’s Spanish colonial style is a comfortable mid-range accommodation option, right in front of the classic Recolección church and school that the poet Ruben Dario studied in. The hotel is found close to the city centre and central park, with a very reasonably priced restaurant on the bottom floor. La Recolección is owned by Central America’s largest private art collectors and owners of the El Convento hotel.