Welcome to the Casa!
Hola future guests!! Some good news, Casa de Olas can now accommodate 75 guests per night and generally we can fit everyone in, especially if you arrive between Tuesday to Friday. The weekends can be very hectic but again generally we can find room.
When you stay at Casa de Olas the following is included free: cooked breakfast, cold drinking water and free town shuttles plus the new pool table in Jazzy’s Bar – all this for only $15.00 per person per night!!
At the Casa we serve dinner family style, which means we all sit down to eat together. Our meals (prices) are as follows:
- Monday – Roast pork/ chicken/ beef with vegetables ($7.00)
- Tuesday – Chicken wings and Nicaraguan rice ($4.00)
- Wednesday – Lasagne, garlic bread with salad ($5.00)
- Thursday – Sausages and mash potato ($4.00)
- Friday – Chicken parmigiana with rice and salad ($4.50)
- Saturday – All you can eat pizza ($5.00)
- Sunday – Breakfast only – bar closes at 2:30pm
The meals may vary depending on fresh supply and any new ideas we come up with. We do our best to use seasonal and local produce.
Sunday’s in San Juan del Sur is ‘Sunday Funday’ we don’t serve any food after breakfast on Sunday and we close our bar at 2.30pm. The Casa has a pool ‘pre party’ for our guests only from 9am to 2.30pm, after which you can go next door to catch the first shuttle or something else if you so wish. Tickets for ‘Sunday Funday’ are $30.00 and can be purchased next door at 11am.
Our Bar prices (Happy hour 5 to 6 pm is 50 cents off every drink):
- Beers – US$2.00
- Mixed drinks – US$2.50
The Casa uses a ‘Tab’ system (which means you don’t need cash at the bar) we encourage our guests to check their ‘Tab’ daily to keep track of spending.
Our free shuttle is every 2 hours on the uneven hours from Sushi Bar in town starting from 9 am then 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm the last shuttle is 8pm. Our shuttle is a white Kia truck with a moustache on the front.
We hope to see you soon and safe travels from the Casa de Olas Crew!
Learn More: The Accommodations At Casa De Olas
If you’ve never been to Casa De Olas in San Juan Del Dur, Nicaragua—you’re probably wondering:
>>> What our accommodations looks like?
>>> Where we’re located? And,
>>> What we offer?
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Lonely Planet – Best in Travel 2015
Nicaragua named the #4 country to visit in 2015 by Lonely Planet.
Here is what they had to say:
Nica neophytes have long been touting Nicaragua as ‘the new Costa Rica’. And in the sense that it’s cheaper, safer and less developed than its Central American neighbour, we can see why.
Nicaragua is a unique natural playground with a history, culture and cuisine all of its own. Nothing attracts backpackers like a bargain, and intrepid adventure-seekers have secretly been flocking to mainland Latin America’s poorest country to surf San Juan del Sur’s blissfully uncrowded breaks, ‘board’ down an active volcano near León, and hike through the cloud forests of Isla de Ometepe, for years. But despite the added draws of Nicaragua’s quaint colonial (albeit bullet-holed) towns, riotous folkloric fiestas and enchantingly undeveloped Caribbean islands, the stigma of its war-torn past has traditionally kept the wider travel community at bay.
Its status as the birthplace of volcano boarding is the first hint that Nicaragua is an adventurist’s dream. Try your luck at beating the km/hr record flying down steaming Cerro Negro on a custom-built sled near León, Central America’s oldest city, or strap on your hiking boots and attempt the summit of Isla de Ometepe’s majestic Volcan Mederas. A largely untapped surfing destination, Nicaragua also boasts one of the world’s few remaining coastlines where you can routinely get the lineups all to yourself – if you’re willing to sniff them out. As for the diving, the barrier reef system fringing the Corn Islands is one of the Caribbean’s most pristine.
Officially it’s eight days of festivities starting in late September, but the usually sleepy town of Masaya stretches out the feast of San Jerónimo, Nicaragua’s most famous fiesta, to three months. Fireworks, marimbas, parades, drag queens and more make it one to remember.
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TripAdvisor Awards Casa de Olas the “Certificate of Excellence 2015” The 4th year in a row!
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua – June 23 2015 – Casa de Olas, San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Establishments awarded the Certificate of Excellence are located all over the world and represent the upper echelon of businesses listed on the website.
When selecting Certificate of Excellence winners, TripAdvisor uses a proprietary algorithm to determine the honorees that takes into account the quality, quantity and recency of reviews and opinions submitted by travelers on TripAdvisor over a 12-month period as well as business’s tenure and ranking on the Popularity Index on the site. To qualify, a business must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, have a minimum number of reviews and must have been listed on TripAdvisor for at least 12 months.
Casa de Olas is overwhelmed in receiving the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for a fourth year in a row” said Dylan Bryant and Shane Batty, Owners of Casa de Olas. “We strive to offer our customers a memorable experience, and this accolade is evidence that our hard work is translating into positive traveler reviews on TripAdvisor.” We would also like to contribute much of our success to our partners at the Casa Freddy and Carla for providing a wonderful and warm experience for all who choose to stay with us.
“TripAdvisor is pleased to honor exceptional hospitality businesses that have received consistent praise and recognition by travelers on the site,” said Marc Charron President, TripAdvisor for Business. “By putting a spotlight on businesses that are focused on delivering great service to customers, TripAdvisor not only helps drive increasing hospitality standards around the world, it also gives businesses both large and small the ability to shine and stand out from the competition.”
NY Times: Nicaragua/ San Juan del Sur is a must see!
Nicaragua in the news again! Nicaragua named 3rd of 46 must see places
If the name Oliver North means anything to you, there’s a good chance that Nicaragua doesn’t jump to your mind when you think of a relaxing, high-end, spa-filled vacation. For the past 30 years, the country has been fighting its image as a land of guerrilla warfare and covert arms deals. At first, only travel writers took note; over the past several years, various publications have declared the country the next great destination. However, if the booming eco-lodge business is any indication, Nicaragua’s moment might finally have arrived. In and around the coastal towns of San Juan del Sur and Maderas, new lodges are cropping up. The food scene is getting a high-end makeover as well, with top chefs opening restaurants. The most exciting ones — El Segundo, La Casserole, Ciudad Lounge and La Finca y El Mar — are proof that Nicaragua is becoming an impressive food destination in its own right.
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Casa de Olas Merchandise Now Available
They have finally arrived!
It taken a while but we now have 2 great designs for you to choose from
Photos to come soon. Make sure you get in quick while stocks last.
If you would like them delivered please let us know and we can post them directly from Nicaragua, firstname.lastname@example.org
Budget Travel Magazine: World’s Best New Affordable Hotels
Every so often, a hotel comes along that is both stylish and comfortable, close to the action and affordable. From the beaches of Nicaragua to the quaint courtyards of New Orleans, Casa de Olas was one of 26 properties that make the cut in 2011.