More Hotels Close Due to Crisis

Due to the climate of insecurity prevailing in Nicaragua and cancelled reservations, two hotels in the city of León have announced the closure of their operations.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

"As of July 15, it has been decided to completely close operations in the city of León, until there is a safer climate for tourism development," Art Collections Hotels reported in a statement.

According to the document, the closures include:

-Hotel El Convento and Restaurante El Victoriano
-Hotel La Recolección and Restaurant La Esquina
-Ortiz-Gurdián Foundation Art Center.

See "Tourism: Nicaragua disappears from the radar"

The crisis that has been felt in the country since mid-April has caused multiple economic damages, forcing companies to suspend their activities. Among the cases that were reported at the end of June is the Mexican airline Volaris, which decided to temporarily suspend services to Managua, and the luxury hotel Mukul Auberge Resorts Collection, in the South Pacific, which also announced the indefinite closure of its operations.

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Due to the political crisis that has been going on in the country for almost four months, the airlines American Airlines, Delta, United and Spirit, have decided to reduce the number of flights to Managua.

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Tourism: Nicaragua Disappears from Radar

July 2018

Tour operators report the cancellation of almost 100% of the reserves for this year, and foresee that this situation will extend until 2019.

The crisis in which the country has been submerged since April 14 has brought a lot of negative consequences to the tourism sector. One of them is the one presented by representatives of the Nicaraguan Association of Receptive Tourism (Antur), since tour operators are registering cancellation levels of between 90% and 100%.

Tourism Hit Hard in Nicaragua

June 2018

The Mexican airline Volaris will be suspending its services as of July 1, and the luxury resort hotel Mukul, in Guacalito, has announced the indefinite closure of its operations.

The crisis that has been going on in the country for the last month continues to harm the tourism business sector. The airline Volaris reported that it will temporarily suspend services to Managua from next week, and the luxury hotel Mukul Auberge Resorts Collection, in the South Pacific, announced on Friday that it will close its operations indefinitely.  

Hotels Closing Down Due to Crisis

May 2018

The guild of small hotels in Nicaragua says that due to the complicated situation that the country is going through, the sector has stopped contributing around $100 thousand a day, and has been forced to reduce its personnel by half.

This week an establishment affiliated with the Association of Small Hotels of Nicaragua (Hopen), announced the temporary closure of its facilities. Hotels categorized as small and medium are those that have between 5 and 50 rooms.

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