Matagalpa's Hotel San Jose Discriminates Against Pedophils, Yeah!
In the Hotel San Jose's "Codigo de Ética Genera - Normas De Conducta para Clientes Y Visitantes" , I came across a guest rule that I have never seen promulgated in any other hotel I've visited in the world. After making clear that the hotel does not discriminate against anyone for reasons of race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation or politics, its Guests' Rules Code goes on to recite:
Estamos en contra de la explotación sexual de menores. Se prohibe la entrade en las habitaciones de menores de edad (que no tengan relación de parentesco comprobada con documentos) en compañia de adultos, de acuerdo a la ley contra la explotación sexual de menores.
So, the hotel will refuse service to adults seeking to exploit unrelated minors on its premises! Hope other hotels around the world will adopt the San Jose's policy and protect our children.
The San Jose Hotel is not only in the forefront of safe-guarding minors, it also provides a charming ambiance for visitors, immaculately clean rooms and premises, with a friendly, helpful staff, a lovely old-world courtyard garden, and free coffee, cable TV and internet, all for $25.00 U.S. per night.
The Hotel San Jose is located just down the street from the museum honoring the birthplace of Matagalpa's celebrated revolutionary, Carlos Fonseca, near the parque Dario.