Recent Press Coverage

Our San Juan Del Sur resort receives raves and write-ups from local, regional, national and international press. Click on the links below to review a few.

San Juan del Sur Recommended by Trip Advisor

San Juan del Sur is named one of the Top 10 Beach & Sun Destinations in Central & South America by Trip Advisor! Trip Advisor

Road less traveled: Nicaragua

“In San Juan del Sur, Pelican Eyes offers breathtaking views of the bay, which are not to be missed at sunset. There are also several pools to choose from at the end of a long day – or in the middle of one, with a poolside beverage.” New York Daily News (July 2010)

Nicaragua Wedding? I do!

Chicago Tribune covers a destination wedding at Pelican Eyes Hotel and Resort in San Juan del Sur. “…They sought a place that could impress people who have traveled extensively and those who rarely leave their hometowns…” Chicago Tribune (April 09, 2010)

Nicaragua, Destination D’Inities

Le Figaro Magazine offers beautiful photos and coverage of Nicaragua as a travel destination. Pelican Eyes Resort and Hotel is mentioned in the article. Le Figaro Magazine (March 26, 2010)

Real Deal in Nicaragua

But in every corner of Nicaragua, theres something to be charmed by, whether it’s the fabulous hilltop resort condo-hotel Pelican Eyes at San Juan del Sur, remote countryside villages and eco-lodges, colonial cities and towns, archeological relics or mystical, smoking volcanoes. The Calgary Sun (January 20, 2010)

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Perched on a hill overlooking the town and the bay, Piedras y Olas has individual bungalows with balconies, three infinity-edge pools and one of the best restaurants in town. The Wall Street Journal Online (March 30, 2009)

The Up-and-Coming Travel Spot for the Down-and-Out Times

“The best view of San Juan del Sur’s crescent-shaped bay is from the infinity pool at Piedras y Olas…” GQ Magazine (March 2009)

Top 10 Central American beach escapes

“…Piedras y Olas Hotel & Resort overlooks fishing village San Juan del Sur, which sits in a bay rimmed with golden sand on the country’s southwestern Pacific coast. The resort boasts starch-white villas set in tropical gardens, with vaulted cane ceilings and spectacular views.” MSNBC (September 2, 2008)

Travel Q&A

“…Nicaragua offers all the appeal of its southern neighbor, Costa Rica, but is not yet heavily traveled…. Lodging includes options such as Piedras y Olas, a luxury resort overlooking the bay, with lush gardens and infinity pools.” The Washington Post (August 31, 2008)

Welcome to Nicaragua

After driving several hours across the border and through thickly overgrown roads with lakes and active volcanoes looming in the distance, arriving at Pelican Eyes Hotel and villas was like finding an oasis in the middle of the desert. …With rich wood arched windows that draw in the vistas beyond, Saltillo tiles, authentic cane roofs and a sweeping staircase to the second floor, we knew we never wanted to leave. The Dining Duo (July 2008)

 

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