We arrived at the hotel and we're given a room that did not have any windows that opened, which included a patio door which was advertised in the listing. We started to notice a odour within the first hour or so, it smelled like paint or varnish. Furthermore, the bathroom had no door or drapes. We could also hear the occupants upstairs moving there chairs around and walking which was quite loud. Hotel staff tried to open the patio door but could not then we asked for another room as the smell was strong and we had no way of airing the room out. When I asked the staff if she could smell anything she said no. We we moved to a room next door which was nicer, it had a bathroom door, and was two levels, bedroom upstairs and living room downstairs. There was no smell in the room and we could access the patio. The first night was fine but on our second and third night we were woken up to the squeaking of a mouse. We complained the second night and staff said that it was due to us opening the patio door as they never had this issue before. Also, on the third night it rained and I had water leaking on me on the bed, thankfully the rain didn't last as I was so tired from not being able to sleep due to the mouse. Due to the mouse I was ver disappointed with this hotel as I felt that I was not taken seriously and that they could have done more. We stayed at three other hotels in Nicaragua and paid less money none of them had mice. One positive aspect of the hotel was there bistro.