To start, the name is a deception. These are not suites, but bare, concrete rooms with only a bed and chairs, and no amenities or safe. The location is along a major street with rumbling truck traffic all night, and the clientele roams and talks loudly and slams doors through the night. That's just for starters. A total ripoff.
Rooms: Room 10 had a terrible smell, especially in the closet, it was so bad we had to move rooms. The second room we moved to (room 30) had mold on the ceilings and an uncomfortable bed, the sheets smell like they haven’t been washed and the bed hung off the side of the bed frame. It was the worst sleep we’ve ever had. Service: everyone was very friendly and had great customer service. Overall: I do not recommend staying here. We both woke up with stuffy noses which is a symptom of sleeping in a room with mold.
It was nicely located just 5min from city. Nice to have breakfast on the rooftop. Rooms and hotel was quite nice. The service as well, they can also help you with tours. You have working wifi there too.
Hotel is very centric which is good but ended up awake at 3am by the sound of other room alarm and noisy guests checking out, rooms dont have any sound control plus have poor ventilation and get quite warm (no vents and no a/c). Beds are squeaky and not that confortable. The bathroom is horribly decorated. Overall for the price (over 100 usd) I am sure there are better other choices.
The communal areas here are lovely. Grear coffee too. But the first room I got given absolutely stank of a stong chemical smell which I can only imagine is the floor cleaner. I asked to be moved, 5 minutes jn there made me nauseous. The next room also smelled old and is run down. Road noise very loud! The mattress doesnt have a mattress protector, the thin fitted sheet goes straight on the matress which is just gross. Thumbs down for me.
This hotel is a cosy little oasis, set in the lovely colonial town of Antigua. The courtyard within the hotel is beautiful and its landscape ; simple and yet stunning , making us feel right at home. It’s just great to be able to chill at the courtyard sipping coffee or a beer. The staffs are all friendly and very helpful, passionate and knowledgeable. The staff helped us booked most of our activities at great prices and we are so grateful for all the tips. The rooms are big, simple and yet functional . Hot water is available but can take a few minutes to flow through the shower, so a little of patience help. Overall this is a nice place to stay, and i would recommend checking it out.
This is a very nice 3 Star Hotel. Not in the center of the town, but not far from everything. Just 4 blocks away from the Main Plaza (Parque Central de la Antigua Guatemala). I would say the location, a little bit away is better to have a tranquil night. The hotel itself does not show all the beauty from the outside. There is a big wood door that is kept closed all day and night. But inside you will be presented by a huge garden very well taken care of. There is no parking. People are very attentive and always smiling. The room is very comfy, good bed, small tv that I did not try. In my room (19) there was 2 queen beds. My only complain is the shower, difficult to get to a constant water temperature. Sometimes too hot, sometimes colder. But nothing that bothered too much. I do not know if this is normal, but there is no air conditioning. One day it was hot to get sleep but as I was tired I had no issues. The internet was really good, for the local hotels I have been in Guatemala. Like 30 Mbps downstream / 5 Mbps upstream. The breakfast is the high point. You have lots of options to choose from and they are served in the rooftop, where you have a wonderful view of the volcanos around. I tried the Motuleños, a speciality of the house. 2 fried eggs on 2 fried tortillas filled with fried black beans, tomato sauce, cream, cheese and cilantro and fried plantains as a side accompaniment. There is some fruits and tea, coffee and orange juice as well. Photos attached. …
We stayed here for a week as part of a package. The hotel was nice, but would not have been my first choice due to lack of amenities. Especially given that we were hiking, biking, and kayaking, I would prefer somewhere with a pool or hot tub. The room was clean and comfortable. Clean bath towels daily, but only one hand towel and one wash cloth for 3 people. The package had us away for two nights out of the week. The hotel staff charged $1 per bag for storage, which is ridiculous. They coordinate with the tour operator for the cost of the room, and knew we would be out for two separate nights, and still charged us. The menat the front desk were apologetic. The woman was prickly and borderline rude. I told them we would pay all charges at checkout, but they asked for the money incessently. I held my ground. Marvin at the front desk was wonderful. A problem solver, helpful, chatty, and kind. The other guys were nice. The woman was a cactus - prickly. The hotel needs to coordinate better with the tour operators. Thanks, Marvin, for being cool.…
Awesome base in Antigua. Really close to the city square, great pubs and food and very easy to navigate around. The view on the rooftop at night was my favourite! To sit upstairs and be able to see Volcan de Fuego erupting was a real treat. The staff are incredibly friendly and professional, the only downside being beers are extremely overpriced, so buy them from a corner store. The rooms are clean, comfortable and there is a laundry service at the hotel (also very expensive compared to local rates)
Stayed here on two occasions and in both cases it was a perfect base in Antigua. The suites are about 5 blocks from the central square of Antigua - walking along cobbled streets. Its in a quiet part of town with all rooms on two levels surrounding a very pleasant internal courtyard. The roof top is large and has some seating and tables - great for some late night drinks looking at the volcano under the stars. The rooms are reasonable size with good facilities - a great shower and bed. We did not have breakfast included so went out each morning (there are some great options nearby. The property does not have a restaurant. The reception seems to be manned 24/7 and sold a small range of essentials and drinks. The property fees very secure with a door that is locked late evening. Recommend.…
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