There are no hotels at Managua Airport, but there's one nearby: Best Western Las Mercedes Hotel (Tel. +505(0)2 559 900). Other hotels nearby Managua Airport include Hotel Real InterContinental Metrocentro (Tel. +505(0)2 768 989) and Crowne Plaza Hotel Managua (Tel. +505(0)2 283 530). There's a counter to make hotel reservations in the Arrivals Hall. For more hotels and to book online, you can go to Booking.com. They offer a large range of hotels, at competitive internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
There's a reasonable selection of restaurants and (snack) bars, but, as at many airports, prices are relatively high. The duty-free shops and souvenir shops charge ridiculous prices. So-called 'duty-free' rum for example is almost twice as expensive as it is in Managua! Souvenirs are also quite expensive, although the quality is good.
For security reasons you cannot store baggage at Managua Airport. For inquiries about lost objects you can go to the information kiosk.
In the central part of the terminal (between the east and the west wing) you'll find an information kiosk for inquiries about flight schedules and airport services.
There's a VIP lounge (Tel. +505(0)2 332 355) in the east wing offering basic facilities such as faxing, copying and internet access. You cannot rent meeting space. For this you need to turn to the business hotels in Managua (see Hotels).
Managua Airport has good accessibility for the disabled. There are wide, automatic doors, adapted elevators and toilets, low-hanging telephones and wheelchair ramps.
There's a branch of the Banco de la Producción at Managua Airport. In addition you'll find exchange offices and ATM's. There's a Tourist Office in the Arrivals Hall as well as several travel agents. The First Aid station can be reached via telephone number +505(0)2 33 1111.