Yemaya’s custom-built ferry will be the official start to an adventure on Little Corn Island.
LITTLE CORN ISLAND, NICARAGUA – Re-opening on November 16 after an extensive refurbishment and the addition of five luxury oceanfront suites with plunge pools, Yemaya Island Hideaway and Spa invites guests to soak in the breathtaking views of Little Corn Island’s emerald-green waters in a setting that’s both adventurous and naturally luxurious. The motor-vehicle-free setting and natural island beauty are enhanced by Yemaya’s upgraded F&B program where new, changing menus at the two dining outlets showcase Hispanic and Pre-Hispanic, Caribbean, Creole, Mayan and Thai influences. Additionally, five more suites are planned for 2018.
With Yemaya’s new custom ferry transport, guests will arrive in even more comfort and style
Also new, Yemaya’s custom-built ferry will be the official start to an adventure on Little Corn Island. After a quick flight from Managua to Corn Island, 50 miles off the coast of Nicaragua, guests board Yemaya’s new 40-foot custom-built ferry for a comfortable, private transport to Little Corn Island. The ferry, built in the US by Sea Hawk Industries, offers both indoor and outdoor seating and has twin Yamaha 300 four-stroke motors, GPS, radio, radar and life jackets, all ensuring the highest safety standards. Guests will also have a dry place to store luggage during the boat trip.
Leading the Team at Yemaya Island Hideaway and Spa is New General Manager Federico Spada
A specialist in Latin America hospitality and cuisine, Federico Spada returns to Nicaragua as general manager at Yemaya Island Hideaway and Spa, responsible for all management, F&B programming, staff training, operations, spa development and planning. Spada is well-versed in hospitality in Nicaragua, Mexico, Argentina and Panama, recently holding the positions of GM at Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa, where he positioned the resort from its opening in 2013 as the first luxury property in Nicaragua and at La Purificadora Hotel in Pueblo, Mexico, where he elevated the culinary direction of the area by creating a pop-up chef dining experience featuring S. Pellegrino Young Chef Latin America winner Daniel Nate. He also held positions at Hotel Habita in Mexico City, Hotelito Desconocido on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, and at the Four Seasons Punta Mita.
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