Nicaragua Luxury Hotel Piedras y Olas Presents the ?Rainy Day Challenge? During October 2006

Pacific Coast, southern Nicaragua (PRWEB) August 31, 2006

Is this the end of the summer getting you down? Piedras y Olas Hotel invites you to take the Challenge Rainy Day and book your trip to the beautiful southwest coast of Nicaragua for a rest of luxury, relaxation and adventure this fall.


Pelican Eyes Hotel

? Piedras y Olas, http://www.piedrasyolas.com, a luxury hotel, resort and unique residential community located in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, offers discount rates and a special challenge? Rainy Day? during the month of October, 2006. During the month guests will receive 15% discount on the hotel? S standard room rates, plus a free night if it rains for a stay of four nights or more.


Green Season

typical of southern Nicaragua? s, the month of October is an excellent opportunity for travelers to explore deserted beaches, stroll through the quiet streets of historic colonial towns, enjoy a relaxing boat trip along the Pacific coast of hike one of the many volcanoes nearby, diving the depths of the Pacific Ocean, surfing in Nicaragua? s best local breaks, or just lounge by the pool or inside with a good book. Who knows, it can rain, and it can not! No matter what you? LL advantage of favorable prices, excellent service, fine dining, charming accommodation and a relaxing tropical.


Deluxe Hosting &

class service

Set high on a hill, but in the middle of it all, Piedras y Olas features deluxe accommodations, including spacious rooms and suites overlooking the ocean sweep. For those seeking a more private vacation, Piedras y Olas also offers a wide range of fully equipped casitas and villas? Ideal for a romantic getaway or a family group. Accommodation and distinctly expansive style of the hotel offer the construction of straw ecological limits cane soaring, exposed natural wood, handmade furniture, unique regional artwork, ocean views and tranquil garden tables. The rooms have king or queen size bed, air conditioning, satellite TV, wireless Internet, a patio or terrace, large private bathroom with hot water, a shelter in a room with microwave, refrigerator and purified water and a full breakfast served daily. The casitas and villas also include a fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms, separate dining room, living room and bedroom, and a variety of other little things.


Guests Piedras y Olas in

can enjoy a variety of services including three pools overlooking the ocean, gourmet restaurant and pool bar, in room dining service, concierge services, airport transportation, the tourist information and packages, and much more. In addition, our own Pelican Eyes Sailing Adventures, http://www.piedrasyolas.com/pelicaneyes/, offers day trips sailing the Pacific Ocean for a relaxing day in the sun, fun and the first-class hospitality on our 41 foot sailboat Marconi Rigged Gulfstar.

Commitment to the Community

Piedras y Olas Hotel

is committed to his community and surroundings, and seeks to have a positive and lasting impact on the people and the environment of Nicaragua. Through a unique partnership with FundaciĆ³n? N A. Brugger John http://www.foundationajbrugger.org, Piedras y Olas provides funding for education, school uniforms, training on-site and long-term employment for hundreds of young people in San Juan del on and surrounding communities. By matching individual donors committed to promising students, Piedras y Olas seeks to demonstrate the dramatic impact of a single individual can have on an entire community. Foundation? N A. Jean Brugger provides educational resources, hands on training opportunities, community outreach, and environmental education projects, conservation and health in high school and university students, and served over 2,200 students Nicaraguan local since its inception in 1999.


Piedras y Olas

also seeks to contribute to his community by modeling fair trade and fair employment practices, by buying and featuring local products and materials produced as much as possible, adhering to the methods building environmentally friendly, employing local workers and community members, the use of natural energy resources like solar, and responsible recycling and / or waste disposal whenever possible.


Reservations & More Information

Piedras y Olas

? Rainy Day Challenge October 2006, rates start at U.S. $ 97.75 per night for Deluxe rooms with views and $ 153 per night for casitas and villas, based on double occupancy. One night free (if it rains for a stay of 4 nights or more) will be deducted at checkout. Special rates good only from October 1-31, 2006. Please visit our website for complete rates and details.

For reservations, please call +1-866-350-0555 in the United States or (505) 568-2110 from other locations. Customers can also contact us by email or fill out our online booking form to make a reservation.


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