Corn Islands Resorts

Corn Islands resorts come in a great variety of designs and styles including Western-style accommodations and traditional Nicaraguan-style lodging. Two main beaches accommodate larger hotels, small hotels, and budget-friendly Nicaraguan guesthouses or hostels. There are numerous smaller, remote beaches around Little Corn Island that can be explored on foot from any hotel. Little Corn Island’s Hotel Los Delfines is a notable lodging spot and on Big Corn Island is Arenas Hotel, where nice beach bungalows offer a great spot to take in your  tropical Nicaragua vacation.

Paraiso Beach Hotel (pictured above) is the only other true resort-style hotel on Big Corn Island’s Shipwreck Beach. There are fourteen guestrooms accommodating up to 45 people and only about 50 meters from Shipwreck Beach. The beach itself is picturesque, filled with reef fish, and provides excellent snorkeling opportunities for many levels, especially beginners. The beach here is often close to empty, furthering its laid-back Caribbean appeal. The on-site restaurant is a top Corn Island resort stop for visitors seeking fresh seafood including lobster, fish, and shrimp. Cycling, diving, hiking, and golf cart tours are all available through Paraiso Beach Hotel. There is also Wi-Fi, airport transfers, room and cleaning service, and beach rentals available.

Casa Canada on Little Corn Beach is one of the most popular Corn Islands resorts. There are two options for accommodations: rooms inside the main building or bungalows with an excellent cliff-top view of the ocean. Each room and bungalow is fitted with a small patio or balcony with chairs and table for relaxing outdoors. There is both a restaurant and bar on-site providing three meals daily and snacks. Breakfast is available to be delivered to rooms and can be eaten enjoying the Caribbean Sea views. Directly across the road is a shop offering rentals for snorkeling gear, bicycles, and much more. This service is also available via the hotel. The infinity pool is what guest rave about most. It sits perched on the cliffs with magnificent views of the water below. It’s ample, clean, and an enjoyable spot to sit and relax away the afternoon. Guestrooms and bungalows are air conditioned and the grounds are well kept with gardens growing native plants and flowers.

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