Pelican Eyes guests have a choice of casa, casita, or habiticiones accommodations.
Casas are houses with two bedrooms, two baths, and a full kitchen and terrace. Casitas are the same, with a single bedroom and bath. Habiticiones are single bedrooms and baths with no kitchen.
All rooms offer terraces or decks or balconies. Most have a king-size bed, but some have two queens. Décor is hacienda style with tile counters, white stucco walls, natural wood beams, and cedar furniture.
Wood ceiling fans with high ceilings, air conditioners in every room, and plenty of windows keep lodgings spacious and airy. Lush plants are everywhere, indoors and out.
Though you can comfortably brush your teeth with water from the tap, all rooms are equipped with tanks of purified drinking water. Hot water (rare for Nicaragua, which is all but the poorest economy in the western hemisphere) is readily available at Pelican Eyes.
The large tiled shower area will accommodate two under its daisy showerhead. Satellite TV, DVD, and stereo are in the rooms. Mobile phones and laptops are available from the desk.