The Hotel La Perla is the finest examples of the neoclassical style of architecture that exists in Nicaragua.
The central courtyard, typical of colonial construction, is dominated by the fountains with magnificent marble lions hand carved especially for the Hotel. We have worked along with representatives from the office of Patrimonio Nacional and the City of León, and using local artisans, to remodel the home with great attention to the original design, materials and colors. La Perla is located 50 miles northwest of the capital Managua and only 11 miles from the Pacific coast.
THE CITY OF LEON
León Santiago de Los Caballeros was founded by Francisco Hernández de Córdoba, on June 15th, 1524. The original settlement was on the shores of Lake Xolotlán, near Imabite, an ancient indigenous village.| more