Hotel Victoriano is a San Juan del Sur landmark and I’d heard good things about the onsite “Vintage Restaurant”. So when my two dining companions suggested we meet there for lunch, I jumped at the opportunity.
The mansion was built in the early 1900s by British immigrant William Cross, using materials shipped over from England. It later became a weekend retreat for the ruling Somoza family, before being carefully restored into the 21 room Hotel Victoriano.
We were the only ones here for lunch but that didn’t seem to take away from the sense of occasion. [Read more…] about Hotel Victoriano Serves up a Sense of Occasion