About this listing
Jupi's House Comunity, a place to share and exchange culture, arts and Ideas!!!!
Room available in Jupi's Community house!!!. Located in Bello Horizonte's residential area. Jupi's Community house is a house where foreigners living in Nicaragua for a long staying favorites lodgement. Jupi's Community House also offers a private room for travelers who stay for a few days in Managua . Our purpose is to maintain a friendly atmosphere in which those who live here feel at home , enjoying the different environments , relax, share and play. Also the house is a culture meeting point where artists come in different occasions to present their talent , paintings , crafts , music , theater, independent film to share with friends , in short, is a community in which each idea takes into account . We'll keep you frequently informed of the various cultural activities Managua have to offer you , (both: at day and night), live music, alternative bars or clubs depending on your preference, cultural centers , social clubs , parties in private homes and much more. If your purpose is to learn and practice Spanish we'll love to Help!!!...
Jupi's community home also offers Spanish classes , tours at the largest Market in Central America: "Oriental market" in Managua and other interesting places where your money whorths more .
If you need a guide available to accompany other departments glad we got it.
The house is beautiful , comfortable and furnished. With porch, two living rooms, kitchen , garage and yard.
The sector is very quiet, with 24 hour security , a shopping center only three blocks away from our house where you could locate a supermarket, banks, cinemas, etc. . Also in the area there are parks , gyms , shops , bars , restaurants , Caribbean and many other things. The sector is excellent for walking quietly . "Mayoreo" is another Market very close by where you can find a great variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. As well this markets offers Transportation from managua to different cities of Nicaragua if your purpose is to travel and know a lot more about our country.
The house is very close to the main avenue where it is easy to get a taxi-cab or different urban buses.
The house has basic needs like , internet , electricity, water , telephone and personal incharge of cleaning house . Besides you have access to cook for yourself , use the refrigerator, grill ( BBQ ) and everything you might need.
La comunidad espera seguir teniendo un buen ambiente de casa con los futuros huespedes; que sean sociables, respetuasos, divertidos y que les guste compartir con otros.
Tambien esperamos mantener una cocina limpia ya que es de uso comunal.
Good, private room in a beautiful little neighborhood. Johnny picked me up from the airport at 2am, drove me to the house, and took me to exchange money and put me on the bus to the next city. Very helpful and accommodating for my first night in Nica!!
Jupi and Fatima's house was exactly as described and was perfect for a quick stay after arriving late to Managua. I didn't stay long but my stay was pleasant and the hosts were able to arrange transport from the airport to the house at 2:00am which was a big help. Will defiantly stay here again if I find myself in Managua .
Listing description was not accurate. I arrived and was offered the couch to sleep on rather than my booked private room and host was not onsite. The community was kind natured overall but being locked in building without a key and having no room available forced me to leave on the first night. Host has yet to refund payment for room. I would not stay there again.
It was great! They arranged for someone to pick us up from the airport and he took us where we needed to go the following day too. Really comfortable place!
The good: -the price is very affordable -the other people staying in the house are very nice. Friendly, generous, and interesting. -taxi ride offered to/from airport - due to a miscommunication that I consider MY fault, they sent someone to pick me up & I didn’t know they were coming, so I took my own cab. They were quite forgiving, which I appreciate. And their driver took me to the airport at 4am, above and beyond the call-of-duty. -there is ample shopping nearby, including a supermarket and a mall with a food court. The bad: -I understand that the posting explains it is a “community living” but I simply think there are too many people staying in one location at one time. With this comes some issues: -I know it’s Nicaragua, and one can’t expect spotless Internet service, but I think it goes beyond just the country in this case. The wifi internet is spotty - with so many people there, each using a laptop, it gets very frustrating. -I was told, after my booking for a bedroom was confirmed, that I would NOT in fact get a bedroom, but would be sleeping in essentially an alcove in the living room with flimsy fabric taped to the ceiling for “privacy”. They had overbooked, and the hosts had family visiting as well. In their defense, they DID tell me this in an email before I arrived, and (I suppose) I could have cancelled/changed bookings, but with only three days or so before arrival, this didn’t feel like an option for me. It felt way too late for this. I’ve had other AirBnB hosts accidentally overbook (I’ll be honest, I don’t feel it was an accident here) and they’ve done everything in their power to correct it, including giving up their OWN room to make me as comfortable as I could be. Not here. -I was then told I would only have to sleep in the living room for a day or so. But with all the people coming and going, this did not happen. A person moved out of a room, someone else moved in, and I stayed in the living room…So many people coming and going, it was hard to keep track of who was supposed to be where sometimes. -Again, in their defense, many of their guests are long-term guests, so in a way it makes sense to ensure those guests always have a bedroom. -AND to be clear, the hosts offered me a discount (which I basically transferred to use as my taxi fare to the airport when my stay was over). So it’s not that I was treated badly; I wasn’t. But I didn’t appreciate the lack of communication/change in what was promised me. -Because there are so many people using the house, the house gets dirty quickly. Particularly the bathroom and kitchen. It’s Nicaragua and it’s summer - not keeping those rooms clean causes further issues which should be obvious. And because many of the guests...
desafortunadamente no te pudimos dar la habitacion porque surgieron imprevistos y no te pudimos avisar con tiempo. Por lo que te sugerimos que fueras a un lugar que te conseguimos, pero vos aceptastes quedarte. Tuvimos unos dias particulares con algunas visitas a la casa previo a la Semana Santa, pero eso no significa que la casa sea como la describistes por unos dias que te quedastes ahi. Sinceramente te pedimos grandes disculpas.
Todo lo mejor para vos!
My host, Fatima, was extremely accommodating, answering all of my questions before I arrived, and being very flexible about my arrival time (which I had to change a couple of times). She gave me her personal phone number so that I could call her if I needed anything. She was very sweet, and a gracious host. There were quite a few guests at the house when I stayed there for the second time, but the house was mostly quiet. The one resident I met was helpful and offered his own fan, when the one in my room wasn't working. Though I was feeling under the weather, I had a pleasant stay at this house.