Nicaragua's Yemaya Island Hideaway Introduces New Pricing Structure

Yemaya Island Hideaway and Spa Rendering
Photo courtesy of Colibri Boutique Hotels

Yemaya Island Hideaway, reopening December 15, will introduce a new booking structure with three tiers of prices. Guests will be able to choose from à la carte to all-inclusive with prices ranging from $95 to $200 per room.

The lowest ‘Essential’ level price allows for guests to choose what they pay for. Beachfront activities, meals, air conditioning and WiFi will be available at an extra price. This tier, nonrefundable once booked, starts at $95 per room for two people. The next level, starting at $145 per room, offers a middle option. The ‘Deluxe’ tier includes air conditioning, breakfast, WiFi, water equipment rental and cancellation for an extra fee. The highest tier, ‘Premium,’ starts at $200 per room. This option covers all meals, air conditioning, WiFi, water sports equipment rental and comes with a no-penalty cancellation.

Overlooking a white sand beach with coco palms, Yemaya Island Hideaway sits against a verdant jungle. Activities here include paddle boarding, kayaking, a sunset Miskito boat sail, snorkeling, kite surfing and in-room massage. Guests can also arrange for a private bonfire dinner by the hotel’s Driftwood Beach Bar.

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Yemaya Island Hideaway is located on the car-free Little Corn Island in Nicaragua. The hotel offers 16 oceanfront suites, five of which come with plunge pools. The location is a member of Colibri Boutique Hotels and Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

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